Subject: Mobile | September 3, 2009 - 12:09 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The Acer Aspire One 751h-1192 model that AnandTech will set you back $399, but there are other models out there on the attractive side of $350. As they reviewed it, an Atom Z520 provides the processing power, the chipset is an Intel US15W + SCH LPC and 1GB of DDR2-667 rounds out this 11.6", 1366x768 netbook.
Subject: Mobile | September 1, 2009 - 01:46 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The new PROLiNK netbook has a very happy name, the Glee TA-009. An Atom N270 is paired with the Intel 945GSE
chipset and 1GB of DDR2 in a 10.1" form. When VR-Zone cranked up Battery Eater, the tiny 3-cell LiON battery managed 1hr 41min 37sec
of running time, which is not too bad for the size of the battery. See what you think of it after reading the whole review.
Subject: Mobile | August 27, 2009 - 06:43 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
For some reason there exists a laptop manufacturer that goes by the name of Suzuki and they have a new product out called the Kuiper 1562 WKS. It is a 15.6" display with a native 1366 x 768 display a C2 Duo T6400 and 4GB DDR2 667MHz with a NVIDIA GeForce G 105M
providing the graphics power. Perhaps the most noticeable thing on this laptop is the pre-installed software; you will find a Vista 64-bit Home Basic installation and software for the embedded camera ...
Subject: Mobile | August 24, 2009 - 05:53 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Intel's awkward replacement name for the netbook is the CULV, and the new Lenovo IdeaPad U350 would be one. It has a 13.3" LCD powered by the Intel GS45
chipset at a native resolution of 1366x768 pixels and the model for review at Hardware Zone had and Intel Pentium SU2700 which is a single core CPU @ 1.3GHz and 3GB of DDR3-1066. Hardware Zone decided by the end of their review that while the laptop was certainly good, it fell short of great because the battery life didn't live up to the
Subject: Mobile | August 20, 2009 - 02:20 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Netbooks are grand, inexpensive, flexible, light and with long battery life; seemingly the perfect mobile form factor. There are drawbacks to having an 11.1" or smaller form factor, for instance a normal sized keyboard is well over 1' long and who really wants to watch a movie or TV show on a screen that size. 16" and up and you start running into weight problems and that larger LCD looks nice but it also shortens the battery's run time. The Tech Report investigates an Acer Aspire Timeline that sits ri
Subject: Mobile | August 19, 2009 - 03:04 PM | Ryan Shrout
Sure, we told you about the news of the Tegra being the powerhouse behind the upcoming Zune HD from Microsoft, but apparently NVIDIA wanted to make a press release about it anyway. We also have known about the various technologies and processors in the tiny chip since June of 2008 - we posted an overview of the SoC that you should definitely be checking out.
Subject: Mobile | August 18, 2009 - 01:49 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The ASUS N50Vn is a 15.4" notebook with a native 1280 x 800 resolution and comes with a "Air Ionizer" button. Push the button and the notebook will purify the air around you, though it won't clean up what you choose to display on the screen. Inside the model that InsideHW reviewed you will find a C2D T5850 @ 2.16GHz, 4GB of DDR2 and a nVIDIA GeForce 9650M GT, all
Subject: Mobile | August 12, 2009 - 05:10 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
If you are the proud owner of a gaming laptop, your problems are a little different than the average mobile user. You are neither concerned about weight, nor about battery life, your top concern is heat. Laptop coolers have been around for a while now, first to deal with the inefficient cooling of older laptop lines and now to cope with gaming laptops and desktop replacements. The Thermaltake Massive23 CS
may be the first one with a 230mm fan to provide the air flow, the multicoloured LEDs are just icing on the cake.
Subject: Mobile | August 6, 2009 - 02:45 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
As some of you may have seen on the live version of PC Perspective Podcast #68 last night, the subject of Ryan's newest video review is the ASUS 1005HA Seashell. Available for less than $400, the stylish mirror finish looks great as long as you carry something to occasionally wipe
off your fingerprints. Check out the full review to see what this netbook has inside it and some handy upgrade tips her
Seashells by the seashore in Cheboygen
The ASUS 1005HA Seashell netbook is not only one of the better looking designs for the ultra-portable PC market but also offers some unique features that other vendors are not. Though still based on the Intel Atom processor and platform, the addition of 802.11n and Bluetooth 2.1 make this a worthy addition to the Eee lineup.