Computers for commuters
as old-school takes on new
You might be able to send emails and view the odd work-related PDF on your smartphone, but to be really productive when travelling – or watch a fi lm at a decent size, come to that – you need a portable computer and from netbooks to tablets, there’s now a tonne of options. Which is the best? Read on…
Best: Web Browsing
Apple iPad WiFi + 3G 16GB
Love: Portable. Excellent battery and screen.
Hate: No multitasking. Virtual keyboard not great for long documents
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Sony Vaio VPC-P11
Love: Incredibly compact. Very cute design.
Hate: Poor basic specs and battery. Mad price.
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Best: Battery life
MSI Wind U160
Love: Battery life. Comfy keyboard. Affordable
Hate: Low-res screen.
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Toshiba Satellite T110-12U
Love: Good battery. HDMI. Spacious keyboard. Reasonable price.
Hate: Bulkier and heavier than its rivals.
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Best: Processing power
Lenovo Thinkpad X100E
Love: Dual-core processor. Great keyboard and bright, hi-res screen.
Hate: Stunted battery life. Uninspiring looks.
Read the full review I Link: Lenovo