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Creative Sound BlasterAxx AXX 200With audio quality that matches the competition, the unexpected extras of the AXX 200 put it ahead of the competition.

Samsung Galaxy Note ProYou can easily get a better-performing laptop at this price, but a laptop will not have plenty of the features which you will find on the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro.

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Samsung Series 5 Ultra
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The Good: Built-in optical drive; plenty of ports; comfortable trackpad/keyboard.

The Bad: Battery life could be better; screen has limited viewing angle.

The Bottom Line: This one's geared at the user who's willing to take the next step forward in embracing the next generation of laptops but isn't quite ready to let go of some stuff yet.

Samsung Series 5 Ultra
Platform: Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit)
Editor's Review
By Gabey Goh | 18-05-2012

The ultrabook market is getting pretty crowded, pretty quickly.

An ultrabook is supposed to be thin, boast long battery life, house solid state hard drive and offer instant-on features.

Of course, that it must run an Intel processor (Sandy Bridge family or newer) goes without saying. But when one looks at Samsung's 14-inch Series 5 Ultra though, one could be forgiven for getting a little bit confused.

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