'Compared to other mainstream consumer notebooks on the market, it is very inexpensive at around $495.'
'great budget laptop'
'It’s a decent budget laptop'
'All sections of the notebook were comfortable to hold and the keyboard was always cool enough to type on or rest you hands on.'
'the screen is bright and onscreen colours vibrant.'
'We found the L300 was fine when handling standard tasks, such as writing emails while Media Player was running in the background.'
'roomy hard drive, good connectivity options'
'ultra-light and very powerful machine'
'Add-ons can get expensive.'
'spectacular performance scores'
'The Dell Inspiron 15 is likely the best bang for buck you'll get for AU$1000, from its battery life to its upgrade options.'
'fine notebook worthy'
'Battery life is by no means bad, either.'
'This Inspiron 1520 weighs about six and a half pounds and is considered a mainstream consumer notebook'
'The VAIO® UX Micro PC is so small and lightweight you won't believe it's a full-functioning PC.'
'full 5.1 channel surround sound system'
'huge hard drive'
'great looking notebook'
'powerful ATI graphics'
'stylish Media Center Edition notebook'
'the VAIO VGN-A190 has room for one of the notebook world's most responsive and comfortable keyboards, featuring 19.5mm-wide keys that have a generous 2.6mm of depth.'
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