Most Popular Laptops for December 2009

Most Popular Laptops for December 2009

Each month we compile data for the number of times a particular notebook is viewed on this site’s product pages to get an idea for what mainstream consumers are looking at and thinking about buying. While these laptops aren’t necessarily the most popular in terms of sales, they are the most popular based on the number of times our visitors clicked on them.

In that sense, think of this list as the most clickable laptops of the month … the notebooks that most of the people visiting this site are interested in learning about. Keep in mind that clicks directly on the Most Viewed Laptops list do notcount toward the total in order to keep the list as fair as possible each month. The only clicks that count toward the monthly totals come from web searches like Google or from visitors who have clicked on a laptop after visiting our Notebook Database or inside our forums.

During the last month of the Acer Aspire One recaptured the #1 spot from the ASUS G51. After countless months on our Top 10 list the Lenovo ThinkPad T400 has dropped off, slipping to #12. The only newcomer to the Top 10 this month is the HP Pavilion dv6t which quietly slipped into the #6 position thanks to holiday shoppers.

1. Acer Aspire One(Previously #2) – The Aspire One is the latest netbook from Acer, offering a convenient, compact design at a budget price. The Aspire One features an Intel Atom Processor, 8.9″ WSVGA TFT LCD, and a choice of either Genuine Windows XP Home Edition or Linpus Linux Lite version. ( 44,269 unique views)

View Review for Aspire One

2. Toshiba Satellite L500/505(Previously #3)– The Toshiba Satellite L500 and L505 share a 15.6 inch HD display. Configurations are available with either Intel Core 2 Duo, AMD Athlon X2 or AMD Turion X2 processor. Other features include DVD SuperMulti drive and up to a 320GB hard drive. (35,359 unique views)

View Review for Toshiba Satellite L500/505

3. Sony VAIO Z(Previously #5)– The VAIO Z notebook features a 13.1″ XBRITE-DuraView LCD, Intel Centrino 2 Processor and an optional 128GB2 solid state drive technology. (18,514 unique views)

View Pricing and Additional Information for Sony VAIO Z

4. Dell Studio XPS 16(Still holding #4)The Studio XPS 16 features premium design with genuine leather accents, anodized aluminum, edge-to-edge display and backlit keyboard, 16″ ultrawide 16:9 aspect ratio with 1080p HD support & optional RGB-LED for brighter and more vivid colors, the latest Centrino 2 platform for blazing fast performance, amazing battery life and go anywhere wireless connectivity and premium ATI 512MB graphics delivers incredibly lifelike videos, movies and gaming. (16,927 unique views)

View Review for Dell Studio XPS 16

5. Asus G51(Previously #1)The ASUS G51-series is a 15.6″ gaming notebook offering dual hard drive bays, NVIDIA GTX 260M graphics, and an optional quad-core processor. To enhance the multimedia experience this notebook offers a 1080p 16:9 display, a backlit Chiclet-style keyboard, and Altec Lansing speakers. (13,467 unique views)

View Review for Asus G51

6. HP Pavilion dv6t(New to the Top 10)– The HP Pavilion dv6t is a 16-inch screen notebook equipped with an Intel Core 2 Duo processor. The dv6t will have a 16:9 widescreen format display for optimal multi-media enjoyment. Also included are 2 firewire ports, and an an optional GeForce 9200M GS graphics card. (13,257 unique views)

View Pricing and Additional Information for HP Pavilion dv6t

7.Dell Studio 15(Still holding #7)– The Dell Studio 15 is a 15.4″ screen multimedia laptop offered in multiple colors and configurations. The Studio 15 can be equipped with an Intel Core 2 Duo and dedicated ATI graphics. It comes with a slot-loading DVD drive, backlit keyboard, sleek drop-hinge design, widescreen glossy display and touch sensitive buttons. Software wise the Dell Studio 15 includes a unique Apple Mac OS X launch dock. (12,547 unique views)

View Review for Dell Studio 15

8. Lenovo G550(Previously #10)– The Lenovo G550 is an update to the Value Line G530 with the primary difference being the shift from a 16:10 to a 16:9 screen. Configurations include either Intel Pentium or Core 2 Duo processor and up to 4GB DDR3 installed memory. (11,913 unique views)

View Review for Lenovo G550

9. Acer Aspire 4810 Timeline(Previously #8) – The Acer Aspire 4810 Timeline is a 14-inch notebook featuring a six-cell battery that offers up to 8 hours of battery life. It features configurations with either an Intel Core 2 Solo or Pentium dual-core processor, 3GB or 4GB DDR3 RAM, a 5-in-1 media card reader, and Intel GMA integrated graphics. (10,460 unique views)

View Review for Acer Aspire 4810 Timeline

10. Dell Vostro 1520(Previously #6) – The small business-oriented Vostro 1520 features a 15.4 inch display, Intel Core 2 Duo processor, option of integrated or NVIDIA dedicated graphics, optional webcam and microphone, and up to 9-cell battery. (9,307 unique views)

View Pricing and Additional Information for Dell Vostro 1520

And here’s the rest of ’em rounding out the top 20 most viewed and popular on for the month of :

11. Lenovo G450– 9,191 unique views

12. Lenovo ThinkPad T400– 7,107 unique views

13. Dell Inspiron 15– 6,248 unique views

14. HP Pavilion dv4t– 5,163 unique views

15. Sony VAIO FW– 5,158 unique views

16. Dell Inspiron 1545– 5,084 unique views

17. Dell Inspiron 14– 4,795 unique views

18. HP Pavilion dm3t– 4,623 unique views

19. Lenovo IdeaPad Y550– 4,561 unique views

20. Dell Studio 17– 4,456 unique views

Remember, to get advice on which notebook to buy don’t just go with what’s popular, visit our What Notebook Should I Buyforum to ask what everyone else thinks you should buy based on your needs. Check out how the current standings for this week’s most popular notebookslooks.

Top 20 Threads for

While we’re on the subject of top 20, to give an idea of what the hot topics were in the forums last month, here’s a list of the most viewed forum threads posted in :

  1. *Official UL30VT-X1 Owners Lounge* (poster iclicku, posted 12/3/, 141200 views, 1345 replies)
  2. How good is an Intel GMA 4500 video card for gaming? (poster HerrKaputt, posted 12/22/, 69552 views, 66 replies)
  3. AW M15x Throttling Issue Investigation – Stock clocks and overclocked. (poster 5150Joker, posted 12/2/, 27000 views, 575 replies)
  4. *OFFICIAL* All Powerful M15x Owner’s Lounge, *Part 3* (poster Kamin_Majere, posted 12/8/, 25670 views, 647 replies)
  5. New M6500 Discussion Thread (poster Quido, posted 12/1/, 20009 views, 381 replies)
  6. M17 OC Benchmarking – The Next Generation! (poster Mandrake, posted 12/11/, 11758 views, 801 replies)
  7. Thinkpad T410 (Arrandale goodness!) (poster zeus0r, posted 12/4/, 10773 views, 53 replies)
  8. Nvidia 195.62 WHQL for mobile released: (poster 2.0, posted 12/4/, 10286 views, 137 replies)
  9. New specs on T410, T510, and W510 (poster zephir, posted 12/27/, 8619 views, 107 replies)
  10. Get ready for another Steam sale (poster @nthony, posted 12/23/, 8610 views, 355 replies)
  11. [New] Vostro V13 (poster Johnny T, posted 12/8/, 8255 views, 110 replies)
  12. ASUS G73JH-A1 with ATi Mobility Radeon HD 5870 1GB GDDR5 (poster iaTa, posted 12/31/, 7818 views, 242 replies)
  13. Asus G51Jx-A1 w/ GTX 360M (GDDR5), now available for pre-sales! (poster -=$tR|k3r=-, posted 12/29/, 7537 views, 146 replies)
  14. found a way to GREATLY improve FPS stability with VERY LOW TEMPS 7811fx/7805u users only (poster ONE_J, posted 12/4/, 6516 views, 155 replies)
  15. Dell Studio 17 (1747) Review (poster Kevin O’Brien, posted 12/7/, 6095 views, 54 replies)
  16. ASUS Eee PC 1201N Review (poster Kevin O’Brien, posted 12/18/, 4910 views, 64 replies)
  17. Ebay Bing Cashback is at 20%! (poster Cin’, posted 12/4/, 4880 views, 88 replies)
  18. HP ProBook 5310m Review (poster Jerry Jackson, posted 12/10/, 4751 views, 50 replies)
  19. Quad’s COD:MW2 Tips, Tricks, and Tactics (poster Quadron, posted 12/23/, 4686 views, 116 replies)
  20. Core i3, i5 Notebooks Launching in (poster Charles P. Jefferies, posted 12/18/, 4489 views, 55 replies)





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