Tablets and laptop devices dominated the top 10 this week, with V3.co.uk readers most keen to find out about the new Dell XPS 15z.
With its aluminium finish, the latest laptop from Dell looks to take aim directly at the range. It comes with dimensions of 24.68x384.85x260.37mm and a weight of 2.51kg, leading Dell to tout its superior portability.
Also popular this week were our Labs blog detailing how to upgrade your Samsung Galaxy Tab to Gingerbread, the Acer Iconia Tab A500 review, and news that iPad 2 devices could soon be in short supply thanks to a fire at a Foxconn factory in China where many are made.
Away from hardware, V3.co.uk readers also flocked to our analysis of the big news of the week, the role Twitter played in the eventual breaking of the super-injunction taken out by footballer Ryan Giggs after an alleged extra-marital affair.
Other popular stories included more Scada security worries for Siemens, a Windows 8 release date and rights groups' anger at president Sarkozy's plans for the internet.
We were also in the audience this week to report web founder Tim Berners-Lee's remarks that the internet needs a more sophisticated social network.
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