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Apple MacBook Pro 13 inch Laptop (Dual-Core i5 2.4&hellip by Apple
58 of 64 people found the following review helpful
I have owned Apple Macs since 2001. I bought a G4 PowerMac that year and it's still running well today. Since then I've owned a number of Apple products, this Macbook Pro being the latest. As much as I love the stuff from this company, I find myself slightly resenting the fact that they used to be a bit of an alternative to the mass of Windows machines out there: there was always a feeling that by going the Apple route you weren't just following the crowd. In some ways it seems unfortunate that times have changed; what was once a company selling very well built and designed computers has turned into a corporate monster with a continuous push to dominate the world of cool with their endless… Read more
Sony Vaio VPCZ21M9E/B.CEK Z-Series 13.1 Inch Lapto&hellip by Sony
23 of 23 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great but not perfect, 5 Nov 2011
I have owned my Z series for about a fortnight now and it's great: small, VERY light and clearly built using some decent materials; there's no feeling of flimsiness here. Being that I'm not much of a Windows fan, I installed a Linux OS on mine and am extremely impressed by the speed. Boot time is under 20 seconds and programs open almost instantly - the SSD is rapid. I opted for the full HD 1920x1080 screen which, if I'm honest, may be a slight overkill, text can end up being on the minuscule side but should you decide to watch a movie or look at photos, I don't think you'll find a better laptop screen, I think it's clearer than the Macbook Pro, giving truer blacks.

However, it's… Read more
HTC Legend Sim Free Android Smartphone (Hero2) by HTC
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Generally pretty awful, 24 Sep 2010
I took out a contract with the HTC Legend about six months ago. Basically I wanted a touchscreen smartphone that wasn't an iphone!I'm sure some of you are in the same position.
Being a bit of a fan of open source software, the Android system appealed. That coupled with the generally positive reviews I found online for the handset convinced me to go for it.
To start with, the look and feel: It does look like a quality product. The fact that it's been formed out of a single block of aluminium does make you feel that you're holding a classy piece of kit, it's quite heavy (in a good quality sort of way) and the amoled screen is covered with a super smooth lump of glass.
It boots… Read more

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