'decently performing new Core 2 Duo CULV processor'
'spacious design every laptop maker'
'bright 13.3-inch display'
'reasonably crisp 13.3-inch backlit LED screen'
'Image quality is superb, although the shiny screen can be distracting if you're working in a brightly lit room.'
'The keys are flat and springy; the layout lacks a full number pad, but that's far from a dealbreaker on a multimedia notebook.'
'The screen is bright, with rich colors and crisp text rendering.'
'amazing starting price'
'Lackluster speakers could use some oompf.'
'three-piece power suits'
'Short battery life -- make sure to buy a six- or eight-cell battery.'
'performance serious road warriors demand'
'Excellent screen colour and vibrancy • Keyboard is excellent to type on • Stamina/Speed modes let you choose between performance or battery power.'
'The on board touchpad buttons were also found to be uncomfortable since they were small and placed awkwardly.'
'It was unable to run FutureMark's PCMark Vantage benchmark test.'
'The power button and QuickPlay launch key are discrete controls that are visible at all times.'
'decent general performance desktop replacement'
'Integrated Blu-ray • Good battery life • Great keyboard and touchpad.'
'Unimpressive battery life.'
'the laptop's sound became loud enough to disturb my cubemates.'
'Images look sharp on the Dell Studio XPS 16's RGB LED screen.'
'the Studio XPS 16 is great for watching Blu-ray movies or other high-definition content (an optional Blu-ray optical drive is available for AU$324.50).'
'the screen is capable of showing 72 percent of the Adobe RGB color gamut, whereas typical laptop displays show 45 percent.'
'It's small, and the buttons feel cheap, but compatibility with most Wacom-ready pens means the range of control options for the W700's tablet are nearly unlimited.'
'The W700 is more than enough to play Unreal Tournament 3 and is capable of 48 fps at 1920x1200 resolution.'
'the 1,366x768 native resolution screen looked good, although we've also seen screens this size with higher resolutions.'
'very responsive touchpad'
'The integrated video processor is able to help decode HD videos (AVC/VC-2/MPEG2) , e.g., for a fluent Blu-Ray playback with slow CPUs.'
'reasonable $999 price tag'
'The new design is quite smooth with rounded edges on the bottom – the old model was squared off – and an internal battery thart can hit about 7 hours on one charge.'
'The use of DDR3 technology is significant: the MacBook user now has an increased bandwidth that gives better quality photo and video editing.'
'the speakers weren’t terribly loud.'
'amazingly strong performance laptop'
'good battery performance'
'The large Synaptics touchpad is easy to use and very responsive.'
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