"Our 5 favorite laptops (for April 2011)"
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Our 5 favorite laptops (for April 2011)
In the market for a new laptop that you're not sure which ones test well.
-- CNET specs for the top five laptops on the market today.
First one out the Toshiba -- ARE 35. It's super light compared to most laptops and it's still all the features you're gonna need despite its small size.
Next up the new Apple MacBook Pro fifteen inch it's got render graphics it's -- much faster than last year's model.
And it has an amazing battery its gonna cost you a pretty penny but you're probably gonna love using it.
Now the Apple MacBook Pro thirteen change is good if you like the way Apple laptops are made but you don't wanna spend an arm and a leg purchasing one.
If you want a smaller more portable laptop check -- the HP mini DM one Z.
It's got better hard drive space and a larger screen keyboard than a netbook.
But -- still really portable and finally the big Kahuna the Dell XPS fifteen if you're looking for laptop they can replace a desktop.
Indeed go home theatre experience this is the one to get.
They have it hybrid expert computer the travels I'm Scott Stein cnet.com. And.
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