Top 10 Best Laptops of Today !!

Posted: November 21, 2010 in All Categories, Firmware, Gadgets, Gaming, hardware, Home Tech
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I previously posted on the top 10 HDTVs and one of my friend asked me to have a post about the top 10 best laptop around today, also bcoz he is buying a new one and he got no better person than me to research on it ;). Offcourse the most common question we get around is simple: “What laptop should I buy?” Being a generally difficult person by nature, I usually respond with my own series of questions, why do you need a laptop for, whats your cost range, what screen size u need, what other features and they go on and on…But sometimes people just want a simple suggestion, based on what I actually like. So, here is a jargon-free list of the current crop of laptops that I’m digging, either because they give you good bang for your buck, they excel in their specific category, or because they just plain rock. I have not listed out the e2e specs and price, which you could easily find it out on the web..

Dell Inspiron 15R/14/17

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This is the Value for money laptop from Dell you can go either go for 14/15R/17 I think they are equally good, It’s among the basic ones in the market but still got quite good hardware which includes core i3 processor from Intel with 3 GB of RAM.On demand graphics card and increase in battery life by upgrading to 9cell lithium battery.
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo T6600 (2.2GHz), RAM: 4GB (!), Hard Disk Size: 320 GB, Display: 14″ High Definition Wide Screen, Battery Life: 6.5 Hrs. Operating System: Windows 7 64 bit OS

HP Pavilion dv7-4183cl

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The HP Pavilion dv7-4183cl’s new components, including a faster Core i5 processor, 6GB of DDR3 memory (from 4GB), and bigger battery, are more dominant than anything else you can buy at this price. Sexy metallic design. Even bigger battery now, which delivered 6 hours of battery life. Big, bright screen. Spacious, fast 500GB drive. Blu-ray drive included. Terrific speaker system.

Sony VAIO VPC-Z1390X

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The Sony VAIO VPC-Z1390X is, hands down, the lightest and most powerful ultraportable money can buy. It lead medium budget market when it comes to the look and feel of the device, but lags on the hardware front where as it’s competitor give much better hardware in the same price. Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo T9900 (3.06GHz), RAM: 4 GB, Hard Disk Size: 250 GB, Display:Battery Life: 6.5 Hrs, Operating System: Windows 7 Premium 64bit

Macbook Pro

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Not a big deal on Apple, but by far is the best Laptop in the market. Not because of the hardware it provides but because of the features, final product finishing and combinations it offers. Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo (2.26 GHz), RAM: 3 GB, Hard Disk Size: 250 GB, Display: 13.3″ With 1280 x 800 Resolution, Battery Life: 7 Hours (!), Operating System: Mac OS Tiger

HP Compaq 6730b

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Compaq Presario is a value for money laptop and HP has sold lot of these equipments. It’s better finished as compared to it’s competitor Dell Studio. Processor:Intel Core 2 Duo P8600 ( 2.4 GHz)
RAM: 2 GB, Hard Disk Size: 320GB, Display:15.4″ WXGA BrightView display, Battery Life: 6 Hrs, Operating System: Windows 7 Pro :

Acer Aspire

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The Acer Aspire AS5745-7247 is one sweet laptop deal, putting in parts and features you don’t normally get at these prices. A $600 laptop, for instance, will usually use a budget processor like an AMD Athlon or Intel Pentium and a hard drive no bigger than 320GB, But Aspire comes with Fast Core i3 processor. Great battery scores. Whopping 640GB of storage. Lightweight. Excellent user experience.

Gateway ID49C13u

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The Gateway ID49C13u seduces with an aluminum design that not many can pull off for $850, let alone put in premium components like a Core i5 processor and Nvidia Geforce GT 330M graphics. Powerful Core i5 processor. Switchable graphics with a good Nvidia chip. Inexpensive. Four USB ports. Great battery life.

Toshiba Satellite T235-S1350

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Toshiba’s latest CULV-equipped laptop, the Satellite T235-S1350, has all the key laptop essentials for an unbeatable price. Very aggressively priced. Exquisitely thin and lightweight. White design is vibrant. Excellent battery life. HDMI and eSATA included. Excellent keyboard. Wide touchpad.

Dell Latitude E5510

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The affordable Dell Latitude E5510 business laptop comes complete with a durable frame, excellent user experience, and the performance you would expect from a Latitude laptop. Inexpensive, for the Latitude line. Durable chassis. Excellent keyboard. Soft mouse buttons. The 1,600 by 900 resolution. Good processor for the money. Huge battery delivered 7 hours.

Lenovo IdeaPad V460

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Lenovo IdeaPad V460 have Intel Core i5-450M-HM55 processor and Windows 7 Professional 32bits , 1.3 Mega pixels Camera, 4 Giga Bytes DDR3 (1066MHz) RAM, 320GB 5400rpm HDD, 14.0 HD LED Glare and 6 Cell.This laptop is reasonably good on hardware front but it’s looks and battery is what really pushes it backwards, and there is no customisation option for the same. This is a medium budget laptop.

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