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'If you're not wedded to Apple's operating system, Dell's notebook is the way to go, but Mac fans who value endurance above all else will find the new 13-inch Air the best there is. '
'Thankfully, the system is unencumbered by bloatware. '
'Thanks to a new generation of processors, the MacBook Air gets improved battery life, while maintaining its now classic thin and light metal exterior.'
'The small notebook maintains a strong repertoire of connectivity technologies. '
'It might not be of huge interest to you if you're using a 2012 or newer model, but if you're hanging on to that older MacBook Pro with an optical drive, it's a worthy upgrade. '
'It’s a wonderful laptop. '
'The updated 13-inch MacBook Pro packs a new fifth-generation 2.7-GHz Intel Core i5-5257U processor along with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of faster flash storage. '
'Good graphics, even faster SSD speeds. '
'The Asus Zenbook UX305FA-ASM1 may be extremely thin and feather-light, but an ultraportable laptop can't get by on those aspects alone.'
'The Asus UX305 is one of the finest laptops we’ve ever reviewed when value is taken into consideration. '
'If the company is smart about promotion, this could be a very successful product. '
'The display is unusually good for a Windows laptop though, using IPs-like technology that gives wide viewing angles and better colour gamut.'
'With its slim, lightweight chassis, however, the X1 Carbon Touch is a great choice if you travel for work. '
'The X1 Carbon is a notebook that stays pretty cool to the touch.'
'Battery life good but not the best. '
'Still, for a casual yet powerful commuter Ultrabook the X1 Carbon has got most things right. '
'Thanks to those additions, the 13.3-inch convertible's small speakers can fill a room with crisp and powerful sound. '
'very long battery life'
'The ports are entirely underwhelming, too, with one USB 3.0 socket, two slower USB 2.0 ports, an HDMI output and an SD card reader – the bare minimum, even for a hybrid.'
'awesome gaming experience'
'The Razer Blade is an impressive laptop thanks to its gorgeous display, responsive keyboard and touchpad, and excellent gaming performance for its size. '
'The slim and sleek design of the Razer Blade is unchanged, looking very much like a MacBook Pro dressed in black.'
'Everything about the screen is below-par, from the resolution to the limited viewing angle, to the poor brightness and contrast. '