Subject: Mobile | March 27, 2006 - 03:24 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
BleedinEdge examines a Dell notebook with some real power under the hood. This may well be a glimpse at the components that will continue to keep Dell's Alienware mobility systems on the farthest edge of performance gaming laptops.
"Bleedinedge reviewing a notebook? Not only that but it's a Dell and not an XPS
system! You must be wondering what gives? To be fair, this review is about
much more than just about a Dell.
Subject: Mobile | March 21, 2006 - 04:39 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The new portable computer will be tiny, at least if Intel and Microsoft are right about the Ultra Moblile PC (UMPC). While it may bear a resemblance to a supersized PSP, it knows a few more tricks, and XYZ Computing can tell you about them.
"Simply put, the ultramobile PC (UMPC) is a tablet computer which will run a modified version of
Windows XP Tablet edition and is powered by an Intel processor.
Subject: Mobile | March 15, 2006 - 06:29 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The next complete system to be reviewed [H]ard|OCP is the Gateway CX200X Tablet PC. Gateway has been fairly low profile recently, but from the looks of this tablet, they may be in for a resurgence.
"While prowess in gaming is a key feature of our program, we also like to test the overall
utility of the machine, which is why we also feature the video encoding test and put so much
emphasis on the general usability of the system.
Subject: Mobile | March 9, 2006 - 05:13 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
CNET reports on a new product to help those with an on the go lifestyle. The UltraCell will last you for a cross Pacific flight, as they are expecting about 14 hours worth of power. This may be the first Fuel Cell application for PC's, and probably not the first.
"A start-up called UltraCell is showing a 2.2-pound fuel cell prototype at the Intel Developer
Forum that can power a laptop computer for 14 hours.
Production models will be available in
Subject: Mobile | March 7, 2006 - 11:37 AM | Jonathan Hung
Today ATI is rolling out the ATI Mobility Radeon X1800 and X1800XT GPUs for mobile users which follows the release of the X1600 mobile part in December (which we previewed here). The X1800 has 12 pixel shader pipelines and 8 vertex shaders, and the X1800XT has 16 pipelines and 8 shaders. In contrast the X1600 mobile has 12 pipelines and only 5 shaders.
The Mobility Radeon X1800 parts are clocked slightly slower than their desktop cousins.
Subject: Mobile | March 3, 2006 - 06:33 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Your laptop may be perfectly secure for web browsing and email, with firewalls, anti-spy/virus ware and other programs; but what about the actual laptop? Laptop Gamers runs through some steps to ensure that your laptop stays with you, in the real world.
"Think about it — What other piece of equipment or personal possession do we routinely carry
around that is worth over a thousand dollars, by itself, and may be worth thousands more in data?
Subject: Mobile | February 24, 2006 - 04:05 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
With a name like that, how can you not want one? Virtual-Hideout has the review of this insulating pad, designed to make laptop use a little more comfortable, and more importantly, to save your lap from being baked. Read the review to see if the regular version is what you need, or if you should get the Lapinator Plus, and maybe a Mousitizer too.
"If you've got a tiny laptop, the original Lapinator will do wonders for you.
Subject: Mobile | February 16, 2006 - 04:06 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Laptop Lifestyle reveals every trick they know to extend the battery life of your laptop. Don't get caught with a dead laptop again, go check it out.
"You've got a five-hour flight from Los Angeles to New York City, and one battery in your laptop.
You've got work to do, DVDs to watch, and games to play. How are you going to get that battery to
Subject: Mobile | February 10, 2006 - 02:24 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
CoolTechZone examines the 02 XDA Atom, a small PDA that succeeds the Mini. It runs Windows Mobile 5, has WiFi, as well as all of the camera phone features you would expect. Read the full review before you make up your mind about this little guy.
"The O2 XDA Mini is easily one of the best PDAs around. It's sleek, it's light and it offers all
the functionality you would really need on the go. However, it lacked a couple of features.
Subject: Mobile | February 7, 2006 - 04:06 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Laptop Gamers presents a must see shopping list for anyone about to order a customized gaming laptop. Instead of listing a bunch of components they feel are the bestest, they layout the things you shoud look for. Whether you can only drop about a $1000, or if money is no object; this article will get you headed in the right direction.
"Gone are the days when you would have been laughed at if you walked into an all-night LAN party
carrying your trusty laptop and expecting to hang with the giant comput
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