Adding new features to an old friend

Subject: Mobile | March 21, 2007 - 03:10 PM |
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The ASUS A8J offers a 14" widescreen LCD, a pair of stereo speakers, a 2 GHz C2D T7200, 1 GB of DDR2 and a ATI Mobility Radeon X1700, plus more peripheral ports than you can shake a stick at.  At ~5 lbs (2.4 kilos) it is very easy to carry around and a reasonable battery life, this laptop impressed X-Bit Labs and it might impress you too!

Source: X-Bit Labs

An easy tablet to swallow

Subject: Mobile | March 15, 2007 - 11:00 AM |
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XYZ Computing reviews the Toshiba Portege M400-S4032, a tiny tablet PC.  At 11.6" x 9.80" x 1.53"
and weighing 4.5 lbs it won't stretch your arm out of the socket, and 1GB of DDR2-667 and a C3D T2400 1.83 puts a bit of power in that tiny shell.  Read on if you are looking for a well built tablet that won't set you back much more than a laptop.

Subject: Mobile
Manufacturer: Logitech
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Say Hello to My Little Friend

Logitech's VX Revolution mobile mouse could be the perfect companion to your notebook. It's wireless. It's small. And it packs a punch.

It keeps going and gong and going ...

Subject: Mobile | March 2, 2007 - 11:10 AM |
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MAKE:Blog has posted a link to a new How To.  In this case it's a step by step set of instructions on how to refill a laptop batteries.  It can also be used to mod your battery, by using more powerful cells, you can get a battery that last longer than the original did.  Make sure you read all the warnings, otherwise you or your laptop may end up quite sad.

Source: MAKE: Blog
Subject: Mobile
Manufacturer: Logitech
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Stand by me

With repetitive strain already bad enough for desktop computer users -- notebook users are health disasters waiting to happen! Logitech aims to alleviate this problem with their uniquely designed Alto notebook stand.

ASUS Notebooks Coming to a Best Buy Near You

Subject: Mobile | February 28, 2007 - 11:07 AM |
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Fremont, CA: February 28, 2007 — Beginning in late February, ASUS notebooks will be available for purchase at more than 150 Best Buy retail stores nationwide.  The decision by the two companies marks the beginning of cooperation between one of the world's largest notebook manufacturers and North America's number one specialty retailer of consumer electronics, personal computers, entertainment software, and appliances.   

Source: ASUS

HotHardware chills out

Subject: Mobile | February 26, 2007 - 09:50 AM |
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So, what would you do if you had a brand new Inspirion XPS M1710 and it was -9°F (-22°C) outside?  Well, if you are Sean Pelletier, you overclock it as far as it will go.  With a Core 2 Duo T7600G (2.33GHz), i945 chipset, 2 GBs of DDR2 667Mhz and a GeForce Go 7950 GTX 512MB, this laptop is pretty powerful.  Head over to HotHardware to see how far this Dell can be pushed.

Source: HotHardware

The Internet tablet returns

Subject: Mobile | February 13, 2007 - 12:53 PM |
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Ars Technica has a review of Nokia's third attempt at an Internet Tablet device.  The first had bad interface software and the technical spec were too slow to enjoy it's use, the second revision helped the interface, but it was still slow.  The new version, the N800 is powered by an ARM 330MHz with 128MB of SDRAM and an additional 256MB of Flash RAM.  Drop by to see how well this new incarnation, with 802.11b/g as well as Bluetooth, impressed Ars.

Source: Ars Technica

ASUS U1F with 0.5cm ultra slim LCD panel and 1kg ultra light design

Subject: Mobile | February 9, 2007 - 03:15 PM |
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Taipei, Taiwan, February 9, 2007 — The compact 11.1" widescreen U1F is tailor made for metropolitan professionals to stay on the move with style. From the exterior piano painted LCD cover, stainless contour and carbon fiber alloy housing to genuine leather bound palm rest, the U1 exudes luxury with unique sophistication.

Source: ASUS

Dell's incredibly shrunken XPS

Subject: Mobile | February 7, 2007 - 02:40 PM |
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Dell's small but powerful XPS M1210 is up for review at The Tech Report.  It packs a Core 2 Duo T7600 (2.33GHz ) with a 667MHz FSB, 1 GB of 533MHz RAM, and a respectable 100GB 7200-RPM SATA drive in a 4.37lb body.  Battery power goes for 4 hours and the 12.1" screen will keep your eyes happy, although TR noticed the colour contrast isn't the best.  If you are looking for a powerful, portable laptop, and not a huge, heavy gaming laptop, you might want to get a Dell.