Medion Erazer X6811 (£949, medion.co.uk)
This laptop is suitable for gaming because have 15in full high-definition screen, Intel Core i5 processor and Nvidia GeForce graphics card, which provides an excellent playing experience. Racing games and shooters run smoothly with little buffering or lag, and the nine-cell lithium ion battery provides plenty of mobile gaming time.
Samsung Galaxy Tab (from £400 depending on network and tariff, samsung.com/uk)
Apple Macbook Air (from £849, apple.com/uk)
Rock Xtreme 795 (from £2,199, rockdirect.com)
Sony Vaio Z Series (from £1,525, sonystyle.co.uk)
Based from lightweigh carbon fibre, based from compare laptop prices, Sony’s Z Series laptops are the expensive prices that can you buy. This laptop has Boasting dynamic hybrid graphics and a super-fast solid-state drive, with the minimal boot-up times, and it’s very easy to save and so retrieve documents on the go. The entry-level model uses a 2.8GHz Intel Core i7 processor, up to 8GB of memory and runs Windows 7. The slightly better model even gives users the choice of a DVD or Blu-ray writer.