Which Laptop Is for You?

 
 
By Anne Chen  |  Posted 2006-08-28 Email Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Review: eWEEK Labs' evaluations of some of the latest laptop computers find that there's a machine for just about everyone.

During the last six months, eWEEK Labs has evaluated several new laptops. With the introduction of dual-core processors, weve found that the new systems represent a higher level of capability and performance. Our overall favorite among the current crop is the Lenovo ThinkPad X60s, which we honored with an eWEEK Labs Analysts Choice award for its performance, battery life and portability.
But among this latest group of laptops, theres something to like for just about everyone. Need a system thats relatively cheap but powerful? Then go with the Dell D620. Want to be the envy of all your colleagues? Then go with Sonys slick Vaio SZ 160. Looking for a portable widescreen format? Try the Lenovo 3000 v100. Want a cost-effective laptop with excellent battery life? Consider the Gateway M465. How about a laptop with an AMD processor and 64-bit capabilities? Check out HPs nx6325.
Click below for our most recent laptop reviews.
  • Toshiba Tecra A8
  • HP Compaq nc6320
  • HP Compaq nx6325
  • ThinkPad X60s
  • Vaio SZ160
  • Gateway M465-E
  • Lenovo 3000 v100
  • Dell Latitude D620
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    As a senior writer for eWEEK Labs, Anne writes articles pertaining to IT professionals and the best practices for technology implementation. Anne covers the deployment issues and the business drivers related to technologies including databases, wireless, security and network operating systems. Anne joined eWeek in 1999 as a writer for eWeek's eBiz Strategies section before moving over to Labs in 2001. Prior to eWeek, she covered business and technology at the San Jose Mercury News and at the Contra Costa Times.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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