Thin & Powerful Laptops

AsusZenbook

Asus ZenBook

  • Extremely Thin with High Specs
  • Screen Sizes 11 & 13 inches
  • Core i5 & i7
  • 4 GB Ram
  • USB 3.0
  • SSD
  • Extremely Reasonable Priced For The Power Your Getting

SonyVaioZ21

Sony VAIO Z

  • Power Machine On Steroids
  • 13inch Screen
  • Win 7 64 Bit Premium to Ultimate
  • Core i7
  • USB 3.0
  • SSD
  • 4-8 GB Ram
  • AMD Radeon HD 6650M (1GB) Graphics Card
  • Very Nice Expansion Dock
  • Most Expensize

DellLatitudeE6320

Dell Latitude

  • The Work Horse, Perfect For Business But Not That Powerful
  • E6320
  • HD not SSD
  • Windows 7 Professional
  • Core i7
  • 4 GB Ram
  • Mid Price Range

The Round Up:

There are a lot of great laptops that have come out over the last few months, some more interesting then the rest. If you are looking for a Windows laptop then this is a very good selection, there are other laptops to choose from but I went for more mobile and powerful. If you are looking for a good robust midrange workhorse then the Dell Latitude is the best option, if you are looking for the most powerful the Sony VAIO Z is top dog at the moment, and if you are looking for high specs but extremely mobile and light then the Asus Zenbook is the best option. From reading all the details regarding the laptops I would have definitely go with the Zenbook, the Sony VAIO is a great option if price is no issue.

Dell Latitude 13

DellLatitude 13

I’m not a fan of consumer laptops from Dell or HP, but I do like their business lines. They are heavy duty laptops which can take a beating while performing flawlessly. Now they have came out with the Latitude 13, which is part of the business line but had some of the design cues from the Dell Adamo which looked good but wasn’t successful. In this case this machine is thin and perfect size but packs a punch.

Specs:

  • Intel Core 2 Duo 1.3 GHz
  • Windows 7 Pro 32 Bit or XP Professional Downgrade
  • 13.3″ Widescreen HD LCD with anti-glare (1366×768)
  • Camera 1.3MP
  • 4GB DDR3 1066
  • SSD or HD
  • External Optical Drive
  • Intel WiFi Link 5100 a/g/n
  • Blue Tooth

Link: Dell

Dell Latitude E6500

After long deliberation between the Lenovo and the Dell, I pretty much went with the Dell. After looking at the XPS and the Latitude, I decided to go with the Dell Latitude and the specs below. I placed the order around the 2nd week of March and I’m expecting it sometime over the next couple of days. I’m hoping soon, the best part is that it comes with a clean install and no crappy software like HP or Sony install on their machines, you can even ask for it without Antivirus or Productivity software. I will install AVG or NOD32, and Microsoft 2007 later and all the other list of softwares that I install when I’m making a clean install, I especially like the case of the machine.

Specifications

  • Intel® Core™ 2 Duo T9550 (2.66GHz, 6M L2 Cache, 1066MHz FSB)
  • Windows Vista® Business 64-BIT SP1
  • 15.4” UltraSharp™ Wide WXGA+ (1440×900) LED Display-Regal Red
  • NVIDIA Quadro NVS 160M
  • 4.0GB, DDR2-800 SDRAM, 1 DIMMS
  • 128GB Dell Mobility Solid State Drive
  • 8X DVD+/-RW w/Roxio and Cyberlink Power DVD™, Red
  • 9 Cell Battery
  • 90W A/C Adapter (3-pin)
  • Additional 9 Cell Battery
  • Intel® WiFi Link 5300 802.11a/g/n Draft Mini Card
  • Dell Wireless® 370 Bluetooth Module
  • Integrated Webcam with digital microphone
  • PCMCIA & ExpressCard

Link: Dell