NVIDIA will be in the new MacBooks
The world is up in arms about the newly announced October 14th date Apple has set for a refresh on its line of notebook computers. We continue to stand by our assertion that MacBook, MacBook Pro and MacBook Air will all be getting NVIDIA chipsets in them next week and we have more evidence for it.
Subject: Mobile | October 7, 2008 - 02:19 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The LapLogic G800 Aerogel Extreme is a pad to place between your laptop and your lap to prevent your legs from being slow cooked while you are working. It's outer shell is ballistic nylon and it's interior is two layers, one of Aerogel and one made from LapLogic's own special heat resistant material. Those layers protect you and do a great job of removing heat from your laptop as well.
Subject: Mobile | October 2, 2008 - 03:37 PM | Ryan Shrout
Back in September we told you about a lawsuit being placed against NVIDIA and its CEO Jen-Hsun Huang, by NVIDIA shareholders, claiming that NVIDIA held back information about its problems with poor manufactured mobility GPUs. Now, NVIDIA is being taken to court once again, this time with friends HP and Dell in hand.
Subject: Mobile | October 2, 2008 - 03:19 PM | Ryan Shrout
Apparently in Japan AMD is publicly showing off an updated version of their mobility discrete graphics product that will fall under the Radeon HD 4000-series moniker. The new part will obviously offer improved graphics and gaming performance but also adds full hardware decode support for Blu-ray video.
Subject: Mobile | September 30, 2008 - 02:42 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The new Dell Inspiron Mini 9 is an 8.9" netbook powered by an Atom N270 (1.6GHz) with 1GB of DDR2-533 RAM. It's 60GB SSD drive runs a flavour of Ubuntu and it features wireless support as well as a host of input and output plugs. Hardware Zone did find out that it is expected to sell at $799, but they didn't manage to get a firm number for the battery life of the netbook.
Subject: Mobile | September 22, 2008 - 11:54 AM | Ryan Shrout
Subject: Mobile | September 15, 2008 - 06:37 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
If you are headed back to school and find yourself in need of a notebook that doesn't take up much space or add weight to your backpack you have probably at least considered a netbook. These have become quite popular over the last year and there are a huge amount of models and manufacturers to choose from. Dropping by The Tech Report may help you out. They've compiled stats on the best that are out there, plus they take a look at what will be available to you soon.
Introduction and Specifications
Dell's XPS line of notebooks and PCs has been a fair success in the eyes of gamers as the brand continues to exist even in conjunction with the Alienware brand that Dell purchased a couple years back. We take their flagship M1730 notebook for a spin that features SLI graphics!
Subject: Mobile | September 9, 2008 - 03:41 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The new Eee from ASUS PC 901 netbook is tiny, 8.86" wide by 6.9", just over twice the size of a CD case. Powered by an Atom N230 running at 1.6GHz and with 1GB of 533MHz DDR2, the tiny size doesn't mean you will be lacking in power. You can also keep using it on long flights, it is rated 7.8 hours of run time thanks to some interesting power savings tweaks. Check out the new face of ultra mobile at The Tech Report.
Subject: Mobile | September 4, 2008 - 03:11 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
If you don't have an Altoids tin handy to make a MintyBoost, or just aren't that into creating your own homebrew projects, you may find you really like a company called Ecosol. Their Powerstick, a USB powered portable charger with a big pile of connectors that will let you hook up to and recharge just about anything. Check it out at AnandTech.