Best Notebooks

Are you searching for the Best Notebooks?

Because of advent of technology, laptops or notebooks have come in the range of middle-class people’s budget. We will see top 3 notebooks of the year 2006 here.

1. Apple MacBook (Black)

2. Dell XPS M1210

3. HP Pavilion dv6000t

1. Apple MacBook (prize $1,499): It stands on its own because of Mac OS X. This versatile and elegant operating system isn't vulnerable to viruses and other malware as in the case of Windows, and makes multimedia intuitive because of its iLife '06 suite and Front Row interface.

 

The perfect bang-for-your-buck machine to deliver all of these goodies is the black version of the Apple MacBook. It doesn't have the graphics muscle of the MacBook Pro. This 5.2 pound, 1.1 inch thick system with a 2 GHz Intel Core Duo processor gives large multitasking power and an 80GB hard drive and slot-loading SuperDrive store a ton of files and movies.

2. Dell XPS M1210: This 4.8-pound and 12.1 inch screen body is impressive and includes a metallic finish on the inside, backlit multimedia controls on the front, and a shiny black cover with a round Dell logo. The full-sized keyboard makes your typing easy and faster with the wrists and fingers.

 

The M1210 scored 286 on MobileMark 2005 tests while lasting for 4.5 hours on battery power. The notebook has 2 GHz Core 2 Duo processor. When combined with Nvidia's GeForce Go 7400 graphics with 256MB video memory, you can enjoy a Windows Vista experience and the ability to play the latest games. The key feature is the broadband option. When using the EV-DO card that connects to Wireless EV-DO network, you can surf the Web at high speed.

3. HP Pavilion dv6000t: It features for durable coating and impressive finish. With the Pavilion dv6000t, you will get a webcam and microphone for video chatting on the 15.4 inch widescreen. Other features are a dual-layer DVD burner, 1GB RAM, and 80GB hard drive. They have provided the QuickPlay feature which plays movies music and photos with the push of button without booting Windows, whether those files are stored on hard drive, disc, USB drive or on a memory card in the 5-in-1 reader.