The ASUS U2E 11" ultra-mobile notebook goes on sale

Subject: Mobile | March 8, 2008 - 08:58 PM |
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Well, if you were interested in the ASUS U2E notebook that we recently reviewed, you'll be glad to know that the standard hard drive model, the U2E-A1B is now on sale.  Newegg.com has it for $2099.99 - a little bit higher than the price ASUS quoted us but reasonable none the less.

Alienware strikes back

Subject: Mobile | March 6, 2008 - 05:33 PM |
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Seeing as how Dell and other names not previously associated with heaping gobs of power in notebooks are busily gaining a reputation for spewing performance all over the laps of mobile gamers, Alienware has responded.  Of course it's not exactly a competition, it's really just Dell versus Dell.

Anyways, the Alienware Area-51 m9750 is not quite worth it's own weight in gold, but DriverHeaven's review does show that it is worth a lot when it comes to bragging rights.

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ASUS to officially offer Eee PC with Windows XP

Subject: Mobile | March 6, 2008 - 01:25 PM |
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For those of you that were interested in the ASUS Eee PC that we reviewed last year, but were hesitant based on the custom-built Linux OS that ASUS made you use with it, there is good news across the wire today.  Details are still slim, such as price changes or model number differences, but ASUS is now officially saying that getting an Eee PC with Windows XP is right around the corner.

Source: 3DCenter

CeBit 2008: ASUS Eee PC gets competition from ECS

Subject: Mobile | March 6, 2008 - 12:04 PM |
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While not the first competitor to the ASUS Eee PC, the ECS G20IL (umm...) looks pretty sexy and offers some impressive specs.  The price is set to be sub-$500 and will offer three USB ports, WiFi, HSDPA, webcam and more.  No info yet on the other hardware specs.  Check out Engadget for more info.

Source: engadget

ASUS and the new 9" Eee PC

Subject: Mobile | March 3, 2008 - 07:06 PM |
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We have been big proponents of the ASUS Eee PC since it was first released for sale in October of last year.  It is an inexpensive, small and function Linux-based notebook that will run you about $300-400.  One of the drawbacks and complaints of the Eee PC was the small 7" screen and it looks like ASUS is set to release a new version of the Eee PC with a 9" screen:

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The Hype - it's been building

The ASUS U2E has been waiting in the wings since Computex of last year to jump onto the ultra-mobile market and strut its stuff. Well, we don't have to wait any longer as PC Perspective gets its hands on a shipping system. Come see why this 11" notebook is going to be a giant in the market.

ASUS' incredible shrinking laptops

Subject: Mobile | March 3, 2008 - 01:57 PM |
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Ryan's new favourite laptop is the ASUS U6S 12.1" Ultra-mobile Notebook, that offers some well thought out styling as well as great performance.  With the screen limited to 12" and graphics begin powered by a GeForce 8400M, you won't be doing much gaming, nor will the battery last as long as you might hope.  On the other hand, at 4lbs and perfectly capable of playing movies, this is a great laptop if you are on the go.

CeBit sneak peak of ASUS products

Subject: Mobile | March 2, 2008 - 09:06 PM |
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It looks like someone snuck into the show floor at CeBit and snagged some photos from the ASUS booth a bit early.  First up, ASUS is pushing the Eee PC brand with a host of new accessories including a VoIP phone (but not the Skype phone we looked at previously), an 802.11g wireless access point, HSDPA card and slim external DVD-RW drive. 

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Introduction and Specifications

The ASUS U6S is an ultra-mobile machine that offers us a slim, low-weight design with an Intel Core 2 processor and Windows Vista Business. But can it also bring a battery life to make it an all-day notebook?

Power per pound

Subject: Mobile | February 28, 2008 - 11:58 AM |
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The Dell XPS M1730 is just over 10lbs of serious power.  It has a 17" 1920x1200 LCD, SLI, PhysX, it can handle RAID 0 or 1 as well as up to 4Gb of DDR2 800.  All in all it is serious competition for the Alienware m9750 that Ryan tested recently.  Check out the current pinnacle of laptop performance at AnandTech.

Source: AnandTech