Gaming

  • Asus ROG G750JZ

    Asus ROG G750JZ review

    Bobby MacPherson
    8 Aug 2014

    An absolute monster of a gaming laptop, but let down by a lacklustre screen

  • Chillblast Defiant 2 Mini

    Chillblast Defiant 2 Mini review

    Sasha Muller
    18 Jul 2014

    A compact laptop with the heart of a mobile workstation, the Defiant 2 Mini is a force to be reckoned with

  • Toshiba Satellite S70-B review

    Toshiba Satellite S70-B review

    Sasha Muller
    7 Jul 2014

    A mediocre display and frumpy design are unforgiveable at this price

  • Gigabyte P34G v2

    Gigabyte P34G v2 review

    Sasha Muller
    23 Apr 2014

    Gigabyte packs giant-slaying performance into a compact, portable 14in laptop with decent battery life

  • MSI GE70 2PE Apache Pro

    MSI GE70 2PE Apache Pro review

    Bobby MacPherson
    11 Apr 2014

    A power-packed 17.3in gaming laptop and capable desktop replacement, the Apache Pro provides plenty of bang for your buck

  • Lenovo IdeaPad y510p

    Lenovo IdeaPad Y510p review

    Bobby MacPherson
    26 Oct 2013

    A powerful, well-priced desktop replacement let down only by a below-par display

  • Asus Republic of Gamers G750JW

    Asus Republic of Gamers G750JW review

    Sasha Muller
    9 Oct 2013

    A hulking 17.3in gaming heavyweight that offers serious power for an almost-sensible sum

  • Acer Aspire V3

    Acer Aspire V3 review

    Mike Jennings
    11 Jul 2013

    Blistering application pace, but this giant laptop can't compete on any other front

  • Samsung Series 7 Chronos

    Samsung Series 7 Chronos review

    Mike Jennings
    25 Jun 2013

    Great performance, build quality and excellent battery life make Samsung’s Series 7 Chronos a laptop to be reckoned with, but it’s not quite the match of the Retina MacBook Pro

  • Dell XPS 14 - front

    Dell XPS 14 review

    Mike Jennings
    9 Oct 2012

    Dell’s 14in Ultrabook is stunningly pretty and built like a tank, but a poor display and cooling issues dampen our enthusiasm

  • HP Envy 6

    HP Envy 6 review

    Mike Jennings
    20 Sep 2012

    Not without issues, but the cheaper price and Radeon-powered gaming performance make this a reasonable Ultrabook alternative

  • Dell Inspiron 17R Special Edition

    Dell Inspiron 17R Special Edition review

    Sasha Muller
    30 Aug 2012

    Dell's desktop replacement delivers high performance and a sterling screen, but the build quality disappoints

  • Samsung Series 5 NP550P7C

    Samsung Series 5 NP550P7C review

    Sasha Muller
    29 Aug 2012

    A good all-rounder with one key weakness: a very low-contrast screen

  • Dell Inspiron 15R Special Edition

    Dell Inspiron 15R Special Edition review

    Jonathan Bray
    24 Aug 2012

    Plasticky build and plain looks mask a luscious display and top-notch specification - the Dell is a fine all-rounder

  • Asus N56VM

    Asus N56VM review

    Sasha Muller
    23 Aug 2012

    Great build quality, good performance and refined design push Asus' gorgeous N56VM to the top of the Ivy Bridge heap

  • Alienware M17x R4

    Alienware M17x R4 review

    Sasha Muller
    18 May 2012

    A quad-core Ivy Bridge CPU and AMD’s Radeon HD 7970M combine to make the M17x R4 a gaming force to be reckoned with

  • Samsung Series 7 Gamer - glam shot

    Samsung Series 7 Gamer review

    Jonathan Bray
    22 Feb 2012

    Packed to the gills with power, features and with a big, beautiful screen, this is the best entertainment laptop we’ve seen

  • Asus N55S

    Asus N55SF review

    Sasha Muller
    6 Dec 2011

    Quad-core power, fast Nvidia graphics and Bang & Olufsen speakers, and all for a very good price

  • Acer Aspire Ethos 8951G

    Acer Aspire Ethos 8951G review

    Sasha Muller
    23 Sep 2011

    An imposing 18.4in display combined with powerful hardware, but the removable touchpad sours the experience

  • Alienware m14x - front

    Alienware M14x review

    Sasha Muller
    26 Jul 2011

    A bold, burly 14in laptop that combines gaming power with gorgeous build, but it’s much better value without the expensive SSD