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Roundup: 4 Vista-Free Big-Screen Notebooks

alaTest has collected and analyzed 2 reviews of Roundup: 4 Vista-Free Big-Screen Notebooks. The average rating for this product is 4.5/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Laptops for all reviews. Views about the image quality and screen are on the whole positive. The sound and performance also get good feedback, but there are some mixed opinions about the usability. Some have doubts about the design and battery.

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portability, battery, design

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Expert review by : Steven Leckart (

Wired Pits Bot Against Bot to Find the Master of the Dr...


These ain't your grandpa's robots. Seems these hunks of plastic, aluminum, and sensors will do anything to impress you, whether it's a karate kick, cartwheel, boy-band pose, or saying Ai shite-ru yo! (I love you!).

Programmed for fencing (surprisingly, it's a well-balanced sword fighter). Fastest out-of-the-box startup. Luminous green eyes

Calling the RBT's gait tipsy is being polite — simply strolling is a challenge. Precanned roll maneuver failed on all surfaces. Chintzy plastic frame. Clumsy battery charger — three separate, bulky pieces and a tangle of cords

Dec, 2009

Expert review by : Christopher Null (

Review: Roundup: 4 Vista-Free Big-Screen Notebooks


Used to be buying a 15-inch notebook meant parting ways with at least two grand. Not anymore. Plenty of big-screen machines now offer up loads...

Very good performance for a laptop this affordable. Considerably better feature set than most machines in the affordable 15-inch category. Incredibly (and surprisingly) loud, crisp audio

Lid is difficult to open. Terrible battery life. Weird exterior design for a ThinkPad. Skews towards the heavy end of the spectrum

Apr, 2009