Summary: OK so you review that laptop, but a more expensive version of that laptop for that laptop at £850 I could get an equally powerful £100 laptop. you only get the raw power when you knock the price up to £2000 so you should put the price of the one you have reviewed
Summary: I have just bought the M11X R3 and I can't complain about anything, I am truely happy with spending Â£450 of my hard earned money, all I can complain about is that it didn't get here sooner unfortunatly but perfection takes time. And by goodness they have got it spot on this time :-).
Pros: Well For Starters the PRICE, Performance, Styling, Brand, Customisation, Security Application, Expandability.
Summary: Area 51x, What a piece of expensive junk. 2000 sterling is what I paid for, for what I thought was a state of the art machine two years ago, It died after two years. The advise given by technical support, ' you can always sell it for spares' thanks boffin, Within three weeks of ownership it was back in the depot for an overhaul, the graphics card was wrong. Then the Bios was wrong, It came with crap ViSTA, I put up with that mess.
Cons: case, hardware, mothboard, crap advice, technical support
Summary: I got this unit as a display model, so there is no user´s manual, no software disc coming with it, but still I could managed to set everything up relatively easily. Switchable graphic cards is a new thing to me, but I really like this feature as it saves a lot of battery life while you are not gaming. I opted for the SU7300 CPU because of the price. i7 and i5 are avalible these days, however, the price is a little bit too steep for me.
Pros: A compact beast, switchable graphics
Cons: Keyboard is a little bit small, no multitouch mouse pad