Dell G5 15 review: New name, same great budget-gaming deal

Dell G5 15 review: New name, same great budget-gaming deal

Dell’s G-series gaming laptops are part of the company’s continued push into gaming PCs “for players of all levels and budgets.” That basically translates into computers that are cheaper than those from its Alienware division, but still capable of playing the latest AAA titles.  The 15.6-inch G5 starts at less than $1,000, £730 and AU$1,800 is […]

Lenovo ThinkPad X230 review: Lenovo ThinkPad X230

Lenovo ThinkPad X230 review: Lenovo ThinkPad X230

The time of year has finally come for Intel’s latest Ivy Bridge processors to flood into mainstream laptops, after first appearing in high-end quad-core systems. The Lenovo ThinkPad X230 wins the prize for being the first laptop we’ve seen in 2012 to...
Toshiba Satellite P755 review: Toshiba Satellite P755

Toshiba Satellite P755 review: Toshiba Satellite P755

Laptops that can tackle games are traditionally huge beasts slathered in glowing lights and angry-looking vents. The Toshiba Satellite P755 will happily take on your games without making such a fuss about it.Our model, the P755-113, came with an Intel Core i5...
Dell Precision M4500 review: Dell Precision M4500

Dell Precision M4500 review: Dell Precision M4500

Dell refers to the 15.6-inch Precision M4500 laptop as a mobile workstation, and it’s easy to see why. With its speedy Intel Core i5 processor and meaty Nvidia Quadro FX graphics chip, it’s much more powerful than most business laptops. All this power...
Lenovo ThinkPad T420 review: Lenovo ThinkPad T420

Lenovo ThinkPad T420 review: Lenovo ThinkPad T420

Compared with laptops seen at CES 2012–ultrabooks and other sleekly designed variations–the ThinkPad T420 is a dinosaur, from the outside, at least. Thick and bulky, with a keyboard studded with enough auxiliary buttons to look like a space shuttle control...