THE BEST Laptops

HP Mini 5101 Notebook

HP Mini 5101 Notebook

Just shy of a netbook (and arguably much better looking than one), the HP Mini 5101 features an aluminum/magnesium chassis, a 10.1″ screen, and a 95% size chiclet keyboard.

HunterGatherer Sleeve/Case

HunterGatherer Sleeve/Case

New York-based HunterGatherer partners with Arkitip and Incase for an iPhone 3G/3GS slider case and 15″ MacBook Pro sleeve, both of which sport a sharp woodgrain pattern.

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Mini Fit XL Cooler

Mini Fit XL Cooler

Cradia’s Mini Fit XL makes two interesting innovations to the laptop cooler: not only can you adjust the position of the fan to maximize cooling, but it serves as a 15″ case and stand.

Laptop Cooler Desk

Laptop Cooler Desk

Too bad it’s Japan-only, because we’d love to get our hands on this Lap Desk; it includes a built-in USB-powered laptop cooler, mousepad, cupholder and folds flat for storage.

Booq Boa 3L Bag

Booq Boa 3L Bag

Booq’s Boa 3L bag is an ideal tech bag: able to hold 17″ notebooks, it’s made out of water-repellent ballistic nylon with easy-access open-top pockets and extra-thick back padding.

ReBo:Do Three

ReBo:Do Three

No, it’s not making off with your laptop–ReBo:Do Three is a semi-autonomous robot which accepts any Windows, Linux or Mac netbook to guide its array of IR navigation sensors.

Sporting Collection

Sporting Collection

Hard Graft’s Sporting Collection adds hand-selected Italian leather to the mix, each embossed with a badminton shuffle; choose from laptop sleeves, wallets, cases and pockets.

2009 MacBook Pro

2009 MacBook Pro

Apple’s MacBook Pro line gets a refresh: at 13″ model with FireWire 800, a 7 hour (non-removable) battery, an SD-card slot, up to 8GB RAM/500GB HDD, and a lower starting price.

AP Sandbag 2.0

AP Sandbag 2.0

Oakley’s single-strapped AP Sandbag 2.0 can be carried via handle, messenger-style or as a backpack; it includes a 15″ laptop compartment, interior organizer and external pockets.

Launch Prototype: CrunchPad

Launch Prototype: CrunchPad

The CrunchPad Launch Prototype is a giant leap in design over previous versions; the screen sits flush with the case, which measures 18mm thin and will be made out of aluminum.

Alienware M17x Laptop

Alienware M17x Laptop

The “M” stands for “monster” with Alienware’s new M17x gaming laptop; it tops out with a quad-core CPU, dual 1GB GeForce GTX 280M GPUs, 8GB RAM and a 1TB HDD or 512GB SSD.

Dell Studio 14z

Dell Studio 14z

It ain’t as sexy as the Adamo, but Dell’s Studio 14z picks substance over style with an NVIDIA 9400m, Core 2 Duo CPUs, up to 5GB RAM, plus HDMI, DisplayPort and eSATA out.

MSI X340 Notebook

MSI X340 Notebook

MSI’s ultrathin 13.4″ X340 notebook is now available; svelte both in terms of power and size, it sips 1/6th the power of other processor with Intel’s CULV CPU and weighs 2.86lbs.

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TAD Gear Dispatch Bag

TAD Gear Dispatch Bag

TAD Gear’s Dispatch Bag is a messenger bag for work or war, with MILSPEC Cordura Nylon, 13 pockets, 7 pen slots, a hideaway pocket and MOLLE-compatible PALs/TIBS webbing.

Burton Zoom Pace Bag

Burton Zoom Pace Bag

Although weighing just 4.5 lbs, Burton’s Zoom Pace Bag is eminently versatile with a removable camera pack, padded laptop area, ski attachment points and 420D nylon construction.

Lenovo IdeaPad S12

Lenovo IdeaPad S12

Lenovo’s first use of NVIDIA’s Ion platform in a netbook, the IdeaPad S12 packs a 12.1″ LED backlit screen, full-size keyboard, 1080p playback, HDMI-out and a weight under 3 lbs.

Gravis Digi Bag

Gravis Digi Bag

Gravis’ popular Digi Bag gets updated for 2009 with a fresh black and white pixel colorway; it features two padded main compartments (up to a 15″ laptop) and multiple pockets.

Muzetto Laptop Bag

Muzetto Laptop Bag

Rugged yet stylish, WaterField’s Muzetto is a vertical messenger bag made from distressed brown cowhide leather; it’ll hold up to a 13″ laptop with three other pockets for smaller gadgets.

Cocoon Laptop Bags

Cocoon Laptop Bags

Most laptop bags are a jungle of cables, dongles and mice, but Cocoon’s Grid It is a versatile organizer with a weave of rubberized elastic bands that hold everything in place.

Cryo S Cooler

Cryo S Cooler

If even your laptop cooler needs to look good, NZXT’s Cryo S fits the bill with a 3mm thick aluminum body, two 120mm fans, two USB ports, a non-slip rubber finish and tilted surface.

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Clickfree Traveler

Clickfree Traveler

The size of a credit card, Clickfree’s Traveler connects via USB to your PC or Mac and begins backing up your data immediately without setup; choose from 16GB, 32GB and 64GB sizes.

Laptop Pillow

Laptop Pillow

It’s actually from a Mexican Pepsi ad, but we think this cushy laptop pillow is cool enough that someone should sell it as a novelty item; it gives new meaning to sleeping on the job.

HyperMac Laptop Battery

HyperMac Laptop Battery

Squeeze more juice out of your MacBook with HyperMac’s 222Wh external battery; it’s good for 32 hours and a ridiculous 52 times for your iPhone; of course, it does weigh almost 5 lbs.

Acer Aspire One 751

Acer Aspire One 751

Acer finally drops official pictures for the Aspire One 751, above; the 11.6″ barely-a-netbook features an Atom 1.3GHz Z520, 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD, and weighs just under 3 lbs.

Glennz Laptop Skins

Glennz Laptop Skins

New at Glennz: his witty vector art is making the jump from tees to laptops, with 24 skins that fit 13″, 14″, 15″ and 17″ notebook lids; they’re all priced the same, regardless of the size.

Theft-Proof Laptop Bag

Theft-Proof Laptop Bag

With slash-proof shoulder straps, wire mesh front/bottom and tamper proof zippers, Metro’s Theft-Proof Laptop Bag will foil pickpockets–as long as they don’t make off with the bag itself.

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