TechSpot sorted the mobile market into six seperate segments and then made suggestions as to what products are currently the best of their kind. Each segment has several different models from which you can choose from as the mobile market is full of very close competitors and one person may favour a feature more than others. From the gamer who is likely to be looking at Alienware to Brazos and Atom powered netbooks, the entire gamut is covered. Even if only have $500 to spend, you are likely to find at least one model to tempt you.
"After an initial hiccup at the beginning of the year which resulted in launch delays across the board, it’s back to business as usual for Intel with another successful notebook platform powered by their second-generation Core processors. AMD responded to the threat with their first Fusion chips aimed at mainstream notebooks, the A-Series, but so far they’ve failed to make major inroads into the market the way they did at the entry level with the E- and C-Series APUs.
To help ease the hassle of going through countless notebook models getting released week in and week out, we’ve compiled a list of our favorite notebooks available right now and grouped them into six different categories: ultraportables, business & general purpose laptops, desktop replacements, gaming notebooks, budget laptops, and netbooks."
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