Best laptops

  • Apple MacBook Air 11 (mid-2012)

    Apple MacBook Air 11 (mid-2012)

    CNET Rating8.5

    The MacBook Air 11 continues to be a wonderfully portable laptop, suiting travel or those who are constantly on the move. While an IPS screen would be nice and the default storage sizes need to be raised, this is a lovely piece of engineering that has well and truly carved its niche.

  • Samsung Series 9 (13-inch, 2012)

    Samsung Series 9 (13-inch, 2012)

    CNET Rating8.5
    User Rating3.2

    There are some small concerns, but the new Samsung Series 9 is an absolute pleasure to use. 9

  • Apple MacBook Pro with Retina display

    Apple MacBook Pro with Retina display

    CNET Rating9.5

    It's not cheap, and it'll take some time for the software world to catch up, but great battery life, good sound, impeccable build and a screen that'll blow you away means that the MacBook Pro with Retina Display has set a new standard for the rest to follow. 11

  • Asus ZenBook Prime UX31A

    Asus ZenBook Prime UX31A

    CNET Rating9.0
    User Rating6.0

    The ZenBook Prime UX31A is everything the ZenBook UX31E should have been, and more. We have no hesitation in recommending this laptop if you truly want no-compromise performance in an ultrabook. 19

  • Asus G75VW

    Asus G75VW

    CNET Rating9.0
    User Rating1.0

    The G75VW is a very fine piece of engineering, something that any power user would be proud to wield. 6

  • HP EliteBook 8560w

    HP EliteBook 8560w

    CNET Rating9.5

    The HP EliteBook 8560w is a beautiful piece of engineering, providing you can afford it.

  • Alienware M11x R3

    Alienware M11x R3

    CNET Rating9.0
    User Rating8.0

    We still love the M11x, but with the ever-marching pace of technology, we'd like to see it go on a diet, get a better screen and a much better touch pad and buttons for the R4. And maybe, just maybe, make use of the currently pointless 3G slot. 2

  • SteelSeries Sensei

    SteelSeries Sensei

    CNET Rating9.0

    The Sensei is a phenomenal mouse. It's a testament to its performance that despite having woefully horrible button customisation and macro support, it's still one of our favourite mice. 1

  • Roccat Kova[+]

    Roccat Kova[+]

    CNET Rating9.0

    The Kova was fantastic, and the Kova[+] now adds Roccat's great software into the mix. We'd recommend this one for all.

  • Razer Lachesis (5600dpi)

    Razer Lachesis (5600dpi)

    CNET Rating9.0
    User Rating8.0

    If you need an ambi mouse, the Lachesis should be on your list of rodents to check out. 2

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