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After a 17.3″ laptop for around the £400 mark? The Samsung 350E7C could be the notebook for you – a clear 17.3″ screen, Intel’s Pentium B970 processor operating at 2.3GHz, backed up by a solid 6GB RAM and with 750GB of built in hard drive storage. On face value this looks like a good deal – especially considering it includes Microsoft’s latest Windows 8 Operating system. Read on for our full review of the 350E7C.
Price: £429.99 £438.00
Weighing just 1.38kg, the Asus S200E is an 11.6″ notebook, with the Intel Core i3 3217U 1.8GHz processor, 4GB RAM and a spacious 500GB hard drive. Measuring 30.3cm by 20cm by 2.1cm, it is incredibly portable – easily fitting into your bag, yet still offering a decent specification, enabling you to surf the web whilst out and about. In our Asus S200E Vivobook review, we evaluate just how good this notebook is.
Price: £449.99 £399.95
The Asus K55A is a sub £500 stylish laptop that provides both function and form in an attractive package. Featuring Intel’s Core i7 3610QM 2.4GHz Processor, Intel Chief River HM76 Chipset, and integrated graphics card, together with 6GB RAM, this laptop is not short on power. The hard drive is a generous 1TB in size, and the 15.6″ backlit display with a resolution of 1366 x 768 offers a decent picture. Read on for our Asus K55A review.
Price: £629.99 £499.99
The Acer Aspire E1 laptop is a decent mid range 15.6″ laptop, with a pretty impressive specification considering it’s relatively low RRP. It is currently priced at around the £349.00 mark, providing quick processing with the speedy Intel Core i3 3110M 2.4GHz, as well as a generous 6GB of RAM, a spacious 500GB hard drive with room for all of your files, a DVD player and webcam, all running on the new Microsoft Windows 8 64-Bit operating system. So how does this notebook perform? Read on for our Aspire E1 review.
Price: £399.99 £318.00
The Packard Bell EasyNote TE laptop is a mid-priced 15.6″ notebook, with the Intel Celeron B830 1.8GHz processor, 6GB of speedy DDR3 RAM, a spacious 500GB HDD, as well as a DVD drive. Finished in a smart black and silver exterior, and also featuring the latest Windows 8 64 bit operating sytem from Microsoft, the EasyNote TE offers a lot of notebook for your money. Read on for our review.
Price: £299.99 £294.99
The Acer Aspire 5733 is a 15.6″ laptop, complete with Intel’s Core i3 380M 2.53GHz processor, 6gb of speedy DDR3 RAM, a practical and spacious 500gb hard drive, DVD drive, Intel integrated graphics card and Windows 7 Home Premium (64-Bit edition). So what sets the Aspire 5733 apart from the competition? Read our guide to the 5733 laptop to find out more.
Price: £399.99 TBC
The Samsung NP350V5C 15.6″ laptop is a great mid-priced laptop, with an impressive specification that belies it’s relatively low price tag. Currently available at around the £420.00 mark, it offers a speedy processing power, in the form of the reliable Intel Core i5 3210M 2.5GHz processor, in addition to the 6GB of fast DDR3 RAM, a 500gb hard drive, which should be ample room for all of your music, files and photos, all running on the excellent Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit operating system from Microsoft.
Price: £499.00 TBC
As part of the ever continuing Satellite range, Toshiba have released the P855-32G – a high end 15.6″ notebook, priced in the £650 bracket. Finished in an expensive looking aluminium surround, it features an Intel Core i5 – 3210M processor, 8GB of DDR3 RAM, as well as a 1TB hard drive operating at 5400RPM, all running on the excellent Windows 8 platform. Continue reading for our Toshiba Satellite P855-32G Review.
Price: £699.99 £699.99
Toshiba’s L855-149 is the next notebook to be reviewed, released as part of their ever expanding Satellite range; a 15.6″ display laptop, complete with a fairly competitive feature list. Inside you’ll find the Intel Core i7 – 3630QM processor, 6GB of DDR3 RAM, a 750GB hard drive complete with a copy of Windows 8 loaded. Finished in a smart ice blue colour scheme, this laptop certainly looks smart. Read on for our Toshiba Satellite L855-149 Review.
Price: £649.99 £629.00
The Toshiba Satellite U920t-108 is a strange hybrid of a machine – part tablet part ultrabook, which in turn is essentially a more portable laptop. Toshiba bill this item as an ultrabook that converts into a tablet (rather than vice versa), and features a 12.5″ screen, Intel’s Core i3 3217U 1.7GHz processor, a 128GB SSD and 4GB RAM, all running Windows 8. So who is this aimed at? Read on for our Toshiba Satellite U920t-108 Review.
Price: £899.99 £649.97
Next up we have a notebook placed firmly in the higher end of the laptop market – manufactured by Toshiba as part of their all encompassing Satellite range is the P875-31P. A 17.3″ laptop, offering a pretty extensive specification for it’s price tag of around £1200 – an Intel Core i7 – 3630QM 2.4/3.4GHz processor, a 1TB hard drive operating at 5400rpm, as well as a generous 16GB of RAM all running Windows 8. Read on for our Toshiba Satellite P875-31P review.
Price: £1,199.99 £981.35
The Satellite C850-1C0 is the latest 15.6″ notebook from Toshiba’s laptop range, priced around the £350.00 mark and providing the Intel Celeron B830 1.8GHz processor with 4GB DDR3 RAM and a substantial 640GB hard drive loaded with Windows 8 operating system. Finished in a slight textured black exterior, which follows suit inside, it looks smart on first impressions. Read on for our Toshiba Satellite C850-1C0 review.
Price: £349.99 £330.44
This 15.6″ laptop from Toshiba is one of the newest in their Satellite range, offering a 15.6″ display, and priced in the mid to low range of the consumer notebook market. Named the C855-1RL, it features a substantial 500GB hard drive, 6GB of DDR3 RAM as well as Intel’s Core i3 – 2328M 2.20GHz processor, all wrapped up in a red and black finish. Read on for more details of our Toshiba Satellite C855-1RL Review.
Price: £429.99 £418.29
The Acer V3-731 offers a huge 17.3″ display for a pretty low price of around £400. Normally the inclusion of a larger screen results in a compromised specification when compared to it’s 15.6″ equivalents. The V3-731 pairs an Intel Pentium B960 2.2GHz processor with a substantial 6GB of DDR3 RAM, as well as providing a sizeable 500GB hard drive. Read on for our Acer Aspire V3-731 Review.
Price: £399.99 £449.99
Are you after a 14″ laptop? And do you like the colour red? Well here we have the Ideapad S400 – which fulfils both of your criteria. Featuring the Intel Pentium B997 1.6GHz processor, 4GB of RAM and 500GB of storage, the S400 measures just 33.6cm by 24.1cm by 2.2cm and weighing just 1.8Kg. The operating system is the latest version of Microsoft’s Windows – version 8 – read on for our Lenovo Ideapad S400 review.
Price: £399.99 £283.00
Next up we have the X401A from Asus – featuring a slightly unorthodox 14″ size display offering a resolution of 1366 pixels by 768 pixels, a 1.8GHz processor in the form of the Celeron B830 from Intel, 4 GB of RAM and a 500GB hard drive operating at 5400rpm. Weighing just 1.85kg, it is ideal for those who commute regularly – read on for our Asus X401A review.
Price: £299.99 £350.00
The Acer Aspire V3-551, available for around the £380 mark, is a 15.6″ notebook, finished in a shiny gloss black finish. The processor is the AMD A6 4400 2.7GHz, which is complimented by 6GB RAM, and 500GB of storage courtesy of 5400rpm SATA II hard drive. Running Windows 8, and with overall dimensions of 38.2cm by 25.3cm by 3.3cm, it offers a considerable amount of power for less than £400. Read on for our Acer Aspire V3-551 review.
Price: £379.99 £373.87