Samsung Q430 review: Battery and build

The Samsung Q430 is the South Korean gadget giant’s latest affordable laptop, packing performance and features into something cheap and small. Does it live up to its rivals when it comes to quality, usability and battery life, or is it left wanting? Join us after the break in this part of our Samsung Q430 review to find out.

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June 21st, 2010
Acer Aspire 1825PTZ review

While netvertibles like the Acer Aspire 1825PTZ are nothing new, there’s no denying interest in the fold down tablets has picked up since the launch of the Apple iPad. Bigger, bulkier and less desirable it may be, but with a physical keyboard on board, it also has the potential to be a lot more useful. Join us after the break to see if it lives up to that potential in our full Acer Aspire 1825PTZ review.

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Acer Aspire 1825PTZ review: Tablet tested

The Acer Aspire 1825PTZ performs reasonably well as a normal laptop, as you’ll know if you’ve caught our full Acer Aspire 1825PTZ review, but the USP of this machine’s design is that it can also be used as a full tablet. Is it good enough to compete with devices such as the Apple iPad, though? Join us after the break to find out.

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Acer Aspire 1825PTZ review: Portable power

The Acer Aspire 1825PTZ may be small, but it’s no longer acceptable for slim laptops and netvertibles to compromise on performance. Modern tablets – such as the Apple iPad – offer near instant speed performance, so the Acer Aspire 1825PTZ and its Intel setup will have to be good if it’s to compete. Read on to find out how it gets on in this section of our Acer Aspire 1825PTZ review.

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Acer Aspire 1825PTZ review: Speed and performance

The Acer Aspire 1825PTZ is a portable computer that aims to marry laptop design with tablet usability. While it doesn’t cut it as a perfect tablet (Check out our portable power review to find out why), what’s it like as a laptop? Read on and we’ll tell you just what it’s capable of in this part of our Acer Aspire 1825PTZ review.

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June 18th, 2010
Mac Mini review

The new Mac Mini finally went on sale this week, after years of rumours about a revamp with that all important HDMI slot. Apple’s hoping the new look and extra slots will put the company’s “affordable” Snow Leopard machine at the top of the shopping list for anyone in search of a simple desktop or a home theatre PC (HTPC), but with the £499 option now off the table, is that the case? Read on and find out in our full Mac Mini review.

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Mac Mini review: Speed and performance

The new Mac Mini doesn’t just boast a new look aluminium body. It’s had a big spec bump inside as well, with new graphics and even the option to add your own memory. Are they worthy upgrades, or overkill for something you might simply want to plug into your TV? Read on and find out in this part of our Mac Mini review.

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Mac Mini review: Unibody design and build

The Mac Mini has seen many iterations over the years, but Apple’s little Snow Leopard box has this week had its biggest revamp yet. It’s been given the full unibody treatment, just like the super slick MacBook Pro line. How does it handle in day to day use? Read on and find out in this part of our Mac Mini review.

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