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Dell Inspiron 15 7000 series review

Dell’s Inspiron 15 7000 Series is cheaper than the XPS 15, and actually defeats Dell’s flagship laptop in several key areas as well. See Full Review »

Our Score 9
User Score 6.0
Our Score 9
User Score 10.0

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Origin EON 17-S (2014) review

  • Attractive and well-built
  • Lots of connectivity
  • Display suffers from extremely inaccurate color
Our Score 7.5
User Score 0

MSI Global GT60 Dominator Pro review

  • Great keyboard
  • Sharp 3K display
  • Connectivity could be better
Our Score 7
User Score 0

Dell Inspiron 15 7000 series review

  • Sturdy chassis
  • Large touchpad and keyboard
  • Heavy
Our Score 9
User Score 6.0

Lenovo Yoga 2 (11-inch) review

  • Affordable
  • Cheap construction
  • Still heavy and awkward when used as a tablet
Our Score 4
User Score 0

Lenovo Yoga 2 (13-inch) Review

  • Excellent display
  • Limited connectivity
  • Lackluster keyboard
Our Score 6.5
User Score 0

Dell XPS 15 Touch Review

  • Attractive and well-built
  • Excellent performance
  • Sub-par display quality
Our Score 8.5
User Score 0

Acer Aspire E1 review

  • Attractive and well-built for the price
  • Strong CPU performance
  • Poor 1366x768 display
Our Score 5
User Score 0

Acer Travelmate X313 review

  • Thin and light
  • Only one USB
  • Performance does not impress
Our Score 5
User Score 0

Editor Laptop Reviews

Smartphone, shmartphone; the sign of a truly productive human being remains the laptop computer. Why else would people continue displaying them all day long at coffee shops? And buying one isn't like a phone purchase -- you only need to worry about that thing for a two-year contract. A laptop is forever. Or, at least three or four years. Our testing process is as much about a user's everyday experience with the laptop as it is about lab-based benchmarking, because ultimately a laptop is a lot like your car: You don't need to know how every piece of the engine works, but you do need to know if it's designed for what you need, if it's worth the price tag, and that it won't end up in a smoking heap on the side of your desk. From budget notebooks to Ultrabooks and everything in between, we've used it, reviewed out, and have an opinion about it.

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