This is a good notebook for multimedia watchers on the go, but not for heavy typers. This is a good notebook for multimedia watchers on the go, but not for heavy typers. The T135D-S1324 is an easily packable laptop ideal for light-duty office, home, and travel use. Fujitsu's underpowered tablet PC, the T2020, is at least light and long-lived enough to get you through the work day. Dell's XT2 is a top-end tablet for those that want the premium look and feel -- but lacks a little in muscles.
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Visually, this notebook is impressive, thanks to its fusion chrome finish in Gemini black. The vivid 13.3-inch LED-backlight display is especially great for watching your favorite multimedia. As far as user friendliness goes, the T235-S1370 offers a streamlined experience, despite its lack of power. Speaking of power, you should be aware of the power drain this notebook may have. Battery life is up to 6.93 hours, but needless to say the battery loses some of its charge on a daily basis.
the Sony Vaio NW offers solid, but not earth-shaking, performance for both games and multimedia fans for a competitive price.
The Sony VAIO NW is a classy-looking midrange laptop with a solid selection of features, and even some advanced options available if you want to configure your own, which we'd highly recommend. At its base, the machine doesn't really standout, but pop in a Blu-Ray drive for less than $100 and you've got a much more capable addition to your home theater setup.
The Fujitsu LifeBook P3010 is an attractive, highly portable notebook that can be purchased for $899. It's not very powerful, and its battery life is short, but it's not designed to be a powerhouse. For creating office documents, watching videos and browsing the Web, it will be fine.
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.
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. We do miss the numpad, but the rest is perfect for the budget conscious user.
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