Subject: Mobile | March 17, 2010 - 03:00 PM | Jonathan Hung
Acer has revealed a new line-up of TimelineX laptops, and perhaps the most interesting of the bunch is the TimelineX 1830T. The 1830T is an 11-inch 1366x768 notebook featuring an Intel Core 2 Solo CPU and the Intel GS45 chipset. Using the Intel integrated graphics, the new 1" thick notebook is reported to last 8 hours. Connectivity includes HDMI, 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth, three USB 2.0 ports, SPDIF digital output, and gigabit ethernet.
Subject: Mobile | March 16, 2010 - 01:49 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The ASUS N61Jv-X2 is a 16" notebook with some serious power under the hood, a Core i5-430M with 4GB of DDR3-1066 and nVIDIA's GeForce GT325M 1GB Optimus powering the 1366x768 screen ...
Putting a Little ION in Your Diet
With Asus product design and NVIDIA's ION graphics, the Asus Eee 1201N has all the markings of a winner. But can a netbook with an identity crisis win the hearts and dollars of consumers?
Subject: Mobile | March 10, 2010 - 09:22 AM | Jonathan Hung
Today MSI is announcing their latest X-Slim series notebook, the 13.3" X360.
We first saw this notebook back in January at CES 2010 and now we have firmer details on the specifications that will be available.
Subject: Mobile | March 9, 2010 - 02:47 PM | Jonathan Hung
Warpia is announcing Easy Dock, a new wireless docking station that allows any notebook or netbook (including Macs) to wirelessly dock with a separate display, keyboard, mouse, and speakers. A USB transmitter is attached to your system, while a receiver with 2 USB ports, DVI output, and line-out audio attaches to your peripherals.
This allows you to put your notebook nearly anywhere, while giving you the creature comforts of a desktop configuration. This could potentially be useful in tight places, clean installations, and multi-user environments.
Subject: Mobile | March 8, 2010 - 12:29 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
It is not quite available yet but when the ASUS G73J hits the shelves it will be among the best gaming notebooks on the planet. Inside will be a Intel Core i7-720QM @ 1.6 GHz on an Intel HM55 board, with 8GB of DDR3 and a mobile HD5870 with 1GB of RAM. Add in a 17.3" monitor @ 1920x1080 and you have a notebook that outclasses most desktop systems. Of course the MSRP is going to top $2000, so it will also be more expensive than most desktops. Drop by InsideHW f
Subject: Mobile | March 3, 2010 - 02:30 PM | Jonathan Hung
MAINGEAR Computers, the makers of custom desktop and notebook PCs, is announcing a new 15.6" notebook called the mX-L15. The mX-L15 features the latest Intel Core i5 and i7 processors, ATI Radeon Mobility 4570 with 512MB of RAM, and up to 8GB of DDR3 RAM.
Subject: Mobile | March 2, 2010 - 02:02 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
No matter how oddly nVIDIA chose to name the ION 2, the important thing is that this is not one of their traditional rebadging of previous generation hardware, it is rebadging of current generation hardware. The same 40-nm GT218 you've seen in the GeForce 210 and 310 are hidden inside ION 2's tiny little shell. The addition of Optimus technology allowing on the fly enabling and disabling of the onboard GPU makes that even more attractive to those who want The performance of the GT218 as a discreet solution left a little to be desired but as an embedded GPU there is hope.&nbs
ION 2 = ION + Optimus
NVIDIA's ION technology was originally aimed at changing how consumer were able to utilize netbook and nettop computers and this second revision is no different. This "re-imagining" of the ION brand takes a discrete GPU, adds in support for Optimus technology, and basically calls it a day. But do you need to make sure your next netbook computer has ION inside?