It's a refurb, and the 15.6-inch screen can't do anything close to 1080p, but this is still an unusually powerful laptop for the price.
Toshiba's top-of-the-line Qosmio costs $1,899 and weighs a ton, but it's packed full of impressive processing power and has a 3D display and glasses. Read on for our review.
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The disc-based movie's days may be numbered, but Blu-ray is still the best way to enjoy pristine audio and video. Plus: two bonus deals!
For just a few bucks more than you'd pay for a typical entry-level laptop, this refurbished Gateway offers more horsepower and a Blu-ray drive.
Buying physical copies of movies seems to make little sense these days, even if they provide digital versions with the purchase, given the frustration involved.
There's a rebate involved, but the list price on this superbly equipped system is $700. Plus: It's National Donut Day! Find out where to score one free.
Apple has banished Blu-ray from the MacBook and iMac because, it says, discs are "holding us back".
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Mainstream Blu-ray laptops just got a little cheaper, and with a new Intel Core i3 processor to boot.