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Subject: Mobile | February 13, 2008 - 01:26 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
With a C2D T7500 at 2.2GHz and 2GB Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM at 667MHz, the ASUS U6S packs a fair amount of power into a 3.46lb package. One drawback to putting that much power into an ultra portable is battery life. About 2.5 hours really isn't that impressive a time for this type of machine, but those looking for a little extra power while the battery lasts may not mind at all.
Subject: Mobile | February 7, 2008 - 06:03 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The ASUS F5R Notebook uses the ATI Radeon Xpress 1100 chipset with a which supports 667MHz DDR2. The different flavours are Intel's Celeron M (Merom core), Pentium Dual-Core and Core2Duo. As far as features go, you may not need 16 levels of screen brightness but it does make sure you can't complain about choices, and the touchpad can be used as a simple calculator. Head to X-bit Labs to see how this office oriented laptop fares against the ASUS X51R.
Subject: Mobile | February 1, 2008 - 12:03 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Anyone into electronic pr0n should drop what they are doing and head to [H]ard|OCP where they can see shots of naked Air. The first thing that you might notice is just how much work it takes to get one apart, even for something as simple as a battery change. Then again, MacBook's aren't really designed with user serviceability as the top priority.
Subject: Mobile | January 31, 2008 - 03:00 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
NZXT's Cryo LX Notebook Cooler is built like a tank, has four USB ports and three adjustable 120mm fans. It is designed for 17" to 19" laptops, and thanks to NZXT putting some thought into how the airflow would behave it should cool any notebook that fits on it. Although their ears weren't too happy with teh cooler, even at low speed, Big Bruin did find that this cooler works as advertised, and the one place they could find it for sale was onl
Subject: Mobile | January 29, 2008 - 01:10 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
[H]ard|OCP reviewed the Powermonkey, a very handy device if you are on the road and find yourself with a gadget that is running low on power. It has a wall socket adapter that can handle around 130 different countries plugs, and can charge a huge amount of phones, PDAs and other mobile devices. There is also a Powergorilla for your laptop.
Subject: Mobile | January 29, 2008 - 11:25 AM | Ryan Shrout
According to Engadget MSI is working on an Eee PC competitor using Intel's Diamondville, ultra-low power processing platform.
Subject: Mobile | January 21, 2008 - 05:41 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Make your Eee squeal out it's name and beg for mercy with the help of these tips from Hack a Day. Adding all the functionality will take some time, and a certain amount of skill, but this huge write up gives you a chance to make the Eee all that it can be.
Subject: Mobile | January 15, 2008 - 11:27 AM | Ryan Shrout
This has got to be one of the weakest news "sources" I have ever seen: a report from a guy that got a message from resellers from a Lenovo rep. But hey, it sounds good, right? The rumor speaks that Intel's 45nm Penryn-based chips are seeing some delays - and this is not the first time we've heard of this - and that notebook vendors worldwide are in for a swift kick in the ass from customers.
Subject: Mobile | January 15, 2008 - 11:23 AM | Ryan Shrout
If you have been curious about the lack of Santa Rosa-based platform notebooks recently, part of it might be the upcoming Montevina platform's fault. According to this story, with the launch of Montevina, and the updated Intel processors for it, coming in in May, some vendors are planning on by-passing the refresh launched just this January.
There are a TON of CPUs set to be unveiled for Montevina including some that go as low as 10 watts TDP!
Subject: Mobile | January 9, 2008 - 02:48 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The new mobile Penryn processors didn't gain an incredible amount of speed or power along with their die shrink, in fact they use less power which should translate into longer battery life. AnandTech had the chance to test this theory and it turns out to be true. The added time you can expect does depend on your chosen application, but the lowest increase AnandTech saw was a gain of 23 minutes in Reader 2007. You even get a boost in the benchmarks they ran to make the deal even more a
Subject: Mobile | January 7, 2008 - 01:21 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SHOW, LAS VEGAS, NV (JANUARY 7, 2008) - ASUS, worldwide leader in component and notebook design and manufacturing, today unveiled its new ASUS G70 notebook featuring powerful dual-graphics based on the highly acclaimed NVIDIA SLI technology, as well as the support of dual hard drives and 8GB of system memory for optimal transfer rates.
Subject: Mobile | January 4, 2008 - 11:57 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Sure, as The Tech Report points out, the Eee 4G isn't exactly butch, and you might feel a little embarrassed about being seeing walking with it, but then again it is easy to hide. Weighing in at 2 lbs and taking up as much room as 2 CD cases side by side, the Eee can be easily taken anywhere, and is a lot more useful than a dog in a purse. Check out just what the $400 Eee 4G can do in their full rev
Subject: Mobile | January 3, 2008 - 05:56 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SHOW, LAS VEGAS, NV (JANUARY 3, 2008) - ASUS, today announced plans to launch its award-winning GPS smart phone in the United States early this year.
The P527 took home the prestige of CES Innovation Design and Engineering award for 2008. This latest cellular innovation from ASUS is designed to provide users with simple access to the latest GPS technology. Among the host of versatile functions, Travelog and Location Courier have been crowned as the most unique features on the P527.
Subject: Mobile | January 3, 2008 - 05:54 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SHOW, LAS VEGAS, NV (JANUARY 3, 2008) - ASUS, worldwide leader in component and notebook PC design and manufacturing, today unveiled the world's first one-terabyte notebook in collaboration with Hitachi Global Storage Technologies.
ASUS announced that the new Travelstar 5K500 (500 GB 2.5 Inch hard drive) from Hitachi has been integrated into the ASUS M series multimedia notebook PCs. The new ASUS M50 and M70 will ship with two of the Travelstar 5K500 to provide unprecedented storage capacity for high definition media and personal data.
Subject: Mobile | December 30, 2007 - 11:55 PM | Ryan Shrout
Looking forward the absolute ONSLAUGHT of product announcements at this year's CES? You can get an early start by checking out Dailytech's coverage of a few Penryn-based notebooks that will be shown.
Subject: Mobile | December 24, 2007 - 12:46 AM | Ryan Shrout
Taking a tip from the band of the same name, the upcoming Asus U2 notebook is going to cure cancer and stop worldwide poverty. Or maybe it just "Reinvents Luxury Computing Experience with Delightful Detailing and Advanced Performance." You decide:
Subject: Mobile | December 20, 2007 - 01:05 PM | Ryan Shrout
Subject: Mobile | December 13, 2007 - 02:25 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
It's been a long time since we've seen a Turbo button, but that is exactly what you will find on the MSI GX600 gaming laptop, and if you are plugged into the wall you can get a jump from 2GHz to 2.4GHz. BCC found that while this will never be a favourite when it comes to gaming, there are a lot of other applications it is quite proficient at.