This business-rugged notebook can take a beating without costing an arm and a leg.
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The business-rugged Toughbook F8 delivers more power, outstanding battery life, a 14.1-inch screen, and an onboard optical drive in a 3.7-pound package. But it will cost you.
Samsung's mainstream business notebook debut in the U.S. is a solid effort, but the machine doesn't stand out in this crowded market in terms of design or price.
This mainstream machine has more style than most budget notebooks and a well-rounded feature set.
Toshiba's Quad Core HD Processor gives this 18.4-inch multimedia powerhouse some compelling abilities, but the lack of a Blu-ray drive option holds it back.
The LifeBook S6520's compact size, light weight, and travel-friendly features make it one of our favorite thin-and-lights for road warriors.
It doesn't have the looks or performance of the company's current golden-haired EliteBook, but business buyers get much of the same security and durability for about half the price.
The Tecra A9 is a solid corporate notebook, but you can get more bang for your buck elsewhere.
Speedy performance, extra-long battery life, and top-notch ergonomics and build quality make the R500 an excellent bang-for-your-buck business notebook.
This first-of-its-kind 16.4-inch beauty combines the power of a desktop replacement with the portability of a mainstream machine.
A huge high-def display, awesome sound, and loads of multimedia extras make the Aspire 8920G a compelling desktop replacement notebook.
LAPTOP Magazine reviews the Sony VAIO VGN-SZ791N/X.