Top 5 Laptops of 2010

Are you planning on buying a new laptop? If you have been doing a little browsing or shopping, you may be feeling overwhelmed by the amount of choices that are available.

To help you narrow down your choices, as well as ensure that you are able to purchase the best laptop available, here are the top five laptops of 2010:

#1: Acer AS5742-7120 15.6-Inch Laptop

If you want the best budget laptop of 2010, look no farther than this Acer. Although its price is less than $600, this laptop is packed with features that make it a better laptop than many other higher priced models. Highlights of this laptop are its crystal-clear 15.6 inch HD screen, blazingly fast 2.40 GHz Intel Core i3 processor, high-definition webcam and Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium.

#2: MacBook Pro 13-inch 2.4GHz Laptop

Whether you’ve been a MacHead for years, or you’ve decided to make the switch from Windows, if you want an Apple laptop, this is the one to buy. With this MacBook Pro, Apple successfully created a laptop that is very portable, but doesn’t sacrifice computing power. Because the 13.3 inch screen has 1280-by-800 resolution, it gives you plenty of space to work and play on your screen. Thanks to its 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo dual-core processor, this laptop can easily run the iMovie and GarageBand applications it includes. And one of the biggest benefits of this laptop is that its battery can last for up to ten hours at a time.

#3: Toshiba Satellite L645D-S4036 LED TruBrite 14-Inch Laptop

If you need a laptop that is strong enough to serve as a replacement for your desktop yet exceptionally portable, this Toshiba Satellite is the best choice of 2010. With its powerful 1.8 GHz AMD Phenom II P820 triple-core processor, it has no problem providing you with the same level of performance that you’re used to with your desktop computer. However, thanks to the fact that it only weighs a mere five pounds, you can enjoy the power it provides from anywhere.

#4: Dell Inspiron i14R-1761MRB 14.1-Inch Laptop

One of the highlights of this high-definition 14.1 inch laptop from Dell is its 7-in-1 media card reader, which provides you with a more interactive experience as you are using your laptop. Additionally, because this Dell has an exceptionally slim and light profile, it’s a very portable laptop. But that doesn’t mean power is sacrified – this Inspiron i14R comes with a top-of-the-line Intel i3 process and a huge 500 GB hard drive.

#5: HP Pavilion dv6-3120us 15.6-Inch Laptop

Who knew an all-around entertainment laptop could be had for a little over $500? From being able to use the TrueVision Webcam to burning labels right on to your DVDs or CDs, this laptop is packed with a lot of cool features. If you are looking for a laptop that provides you with plenty of entertainment options, while still allowing you to be productive when you need to get things done, the HP Pavilion dv6-3120us is the laptop to purchase. Whether you are video chatting with a classmate or colleague, watching a DVD or burning a new DVD, this laptop’s AMD dual-core processor will be able to provide you with a smooth and enjoyable computing experience.

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