Saturday, November 7, 2009
The BRASH 10: Laptops of 2009
If your head’s spinning trying to choose a new laptop from the myriad offerings currently on the market, then look no further. In an effort to relieve you of the tedious and often madding task of technology research, we’ve done the grunt work for you and compiled a list of the newest and best notebook computers. Rather than numb your mind with a listing of features and specifications, we’ve nailed down the essentials—who makes it, why you need it, what it offers and how much it’s going to cost you. You can thank us later. —Allison Johnston
The All-Purpose Notebook, Lenovo IdeaPad Y510 ($899) Lenovo’s notebook computers have long been held as the gold-standard for the business class, and with good reason. Lenovo’s latest notebook computer, designed with you in mind, the IdeaPad Y510 offers an excellent multi-media system, solid construction and a James Bond-like facial recognition feature for those harried password-forgetting days. Aside a somewhat sluggish boot-up time, Lenovo’s first consumer line notebook is a smart choice. And did we mention it’s reasonably priced?
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