Subject: Mobile | May 1, 2007 - 12:00 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Big Bruin has some tips on how to extend your laptop batteries life. They cover tips that will keep the battery going longer on a charge, as well as delaying the inevitable slow death of your battery. From tips you would expect like hibernation mode, to making sure you don't expose the battery to temperatures beyond it's comfort zone. Read on, if you don't feel like buying replacement batteries anytime soon.
Welcome to G-Nation
Asus enters the gaming arena with the 17" G series notebook. It sports a Radeon Mobility X1700 512MB and a mean design, but is it enough to beat the older Dell M1710 or the similarly configured Asus Z96J?
Subject: Mobile | April 25, 2007 - 01:18 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
HP's ultra portable tx1000 offers a full set of features perfect for a laptop, including a screen that can be rotated 180Â° and reversed, as well as a button to reverse that mode for lefties. The 12.1 WXGA screen may not be as large as many laptops, but it does keep the weight down to about 5lbs and the battery going for over 2 hours. Read on at Digital Trends to get the full review<
Subject: Mobile | April 18, 2007 - 05:23 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Get HD broadcasts and analog cable TV on you laptop with the help of this little USB device from Hauppauge, called the WinTV-HVR-950. On one end is a USB 2.0 plug, and on the other is a familiar looking Coax cable connector on the other. [H]ard|OCP tried it out on a handy C2D laptop and found that the PVR function was perhaps the most impressive feature, and found the only disappointment was
Subject: Mobile | April 18, 2007 - 02:40 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
INTEL DEVELOPER FORUM, Beijing, April 18, 2007 — Describing the latest trends in mobile computing at the Intel Developer Forum today, Intel Corporation executives said that personalization and content are key drivers behind increased demand for notebook PCs and mobile Internet devices (MIDs).
Introduction and Specifications
Alienware holds nothing back when it comes to performance and screen size. The Aurora mALX is the fastest performing notebook we've tested, but be prepared to mortgage your home!
Subject: Mobile | April 10, 2007 - 02:43 PM | Ryan Shrout
If you want to be on the bleeding edge of technology, you'll be interested in seeing the first SSD notebook computer: the Sony VAIO G-series.
The latest Sony VAIO G forgoes the traditional 40GB HDD and instead uses a 32GB SSD (manufacturer unknown). The weight of the notebook drops from an already remarkable 1.97 pounds to 1.89 pounds.
More Displays the Merrier
If you own or maintain an old notebook and you look at dual-displayed computers with envy, then Village Tronic has the solution for you!
Subject: Mobile | April 4, 2007 - 06:24 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The Lenovo ThinkPad Z61t Notebook offers the same features you would expect from this manufacturer, encased in a titanium shell (with a $20 upgrade). XYZ Computers puts this rather expensive model through it's paces, and the C2D T7200 performs perfectly. Cheaper models do exist, mostly due to slower C2Ds, but if you are interested in this model, the titanium shell is a defin
Subject: Mobile | March 29, 2007 - 05:02 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
VIA Arena provide a preview of the TufTab v7112XT UMPC. Wrapped around a 7" LCD, with a 1.3MP camera that can take shots at 1280x1024 or video at 15fps in SVGA/30fps VG. The sides are where the input and output ports are, including an Ethernet LAN port, headphone jack, USB 2.0 port, VGA out, DC power jack, a PCMCIA slot and a SD-IO/MMC slot. It's also BlueTooth enabled, and will be at home in any traveler's kit.