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Read more 1/6 Apple Macbook Pro This laptop is still one of the most popular computers on the market.
With an Apple logo emblazoned on the front and a thin bezel, this laptop is a bit of a standout.
It’s equipped with a quad-core i7 processor and a 256GB SSD, and it costs around £1,300.
Apple’s own Macbook OS is also available on this machine, which is also the cheapest Mac with the most features.
Apple has said it’s going to introduce a version of Mac OS X for Apple’s MacBook Pro this year.
2/6 Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Another popular laptop on the shelves, the Samsung Galaxy Notes 7 features an Intel Core i7-7600HQ quad-Core processor and an 8GB of RAM.
It is also one of Samsung’s fastest laptops, with a top speed of 3,000fps.
Samsung’s own Galaxy Note 10.1 operating system is also compatible with the Note 7.
3/6 Dell XPS 15 The Dell Xps 15 has been the most expensive laptop on sale since its introduction back in 2011.
It now costs £1.99.
This is because this is a high-end laptop, but it still features a Quad-Core Intel Core processor, which can handle graphics intensive games at up to 60fps.
The laptop also comes with a 512GB SSD.
4/6 Acer Aspire S3 Acer’s latest laptop has a high price tag, but if you’re looking for an affordable and fast gaming laptop then this one’s for you.
It comes with an Intel Broadwell-E processor and 32GB of memory, as well as a 1080p screen and a 13.3-inch Full HD IPS display.
5/6 Asus Zenbook UX305 Asus’ Zenbook is a laptop that has been around for a while now, but we’re not sure that it’s seen as popular as some of its rivals.
This time around, however, Asus has gone back to using a 14-inch model, and they’ve gone back with a higher-resolution display for the UX305.
The Zenbook uses an Intel i7 7th Gen Core i5 processor, a 16GB of DDR4 RAM and Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 graphics.
6/6 Toshiba Satellite A13T Toshiba has just launched a new laptop, the Satellite A 13T.
It offers a quad core i5-7th generation processor and 16GB SSD for £399.
This model comes with 256GB of storage, but the Satellite is rated to take full advantage of the extra RAM.
7/6 Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 With a quad Core Intel Core Processor and a 2,700mAh battery, the Lenovo Ideapad Yoga 13 is a serious contender.
This 15.6-inch laptop is available with a 2TB SSD for just £400.
8/6 ASUS ZenBook UX301 It may not be as well known as its competitors, but this laptop has an Intel HD 4600 GPU, 16GB DDR4 memory and a 1080-resolution screen.
The ASUS Zenbook Z1 Compact is also equipped with an Nvidia GeForce GT 1050 graphics chip.
9/6 Razer Blade Stealth Razer has recently released a range of gaming laptops, and this is one of them.
It has a quad Intel Core Duo processor, 512GB of SSD and a 1TB HDD.
10/6 Sony Xperia Z5 Premium Sony has announced that it is going to launch its latest laptop, Sony Xperia J5 Premium, in the UK.
It will be available in a 5.6 inch display, 2TB HDD and a 7.5 inch Full HD screen.
11/6 HP Spectre x360 HP has announced the Spectre x 360, which has been released alongside the Spectre S14 Spectre.
The Spectre x36, Spectre x3 and Spectre x7 all feature a dual-core Intel Core M-7200 quad- core processor.
12/6 Panasonic Lumix D610 This high-resolution, high-specced IPS screen is one the best in its class, and HP is offering it for £1 on its site.
13/6 Alienware 15 Elite The Alienware Elite is a machine that’s been around since 2011, and its been the flagship laptop in that series for some time now.
It features a quad CPU, 256GB storage, Nvidia GeForce 8400M graphics and a 12.3MP rear camera.
14/6 Alcatel OneTouch Idol X The Idol X is a premium device from Alcatel.
This device is designed to deliver excellent multimedia and web browsing experience, with its powerful Intel Core m3 processor, 1TB of storage and Intel HD 520 graphics.
15/6 Huawei P10 Huawei is the most well