Subject: Mobile | December 23, 2008 - 03:01 AM | Ryan Shrout
Okay, I really can't justify this one at all, but damn if it isn't freaking cool! Lenovo has made official plans for the W700ds notebook that includes both a 17" primary display as well as a 10.6" secondary display that slides out of the primary monitor. I'm not making this up:
Subject: Mobile | December 16, 2008 - 03:23 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
No matter how many "t"s you put in it, the next evolution in useful ultramobility will be a net enabled tablet PC, like Gigabyte's new M192. For just under $900 you get a netbook looking device with an 8.9" LCD running at 1280x768 that can flip back to be completely level with the keyboard, thus earning it the tablet moniker. A 1.6GHz Atom, 1GB DDR2-533 and Intel's Graphics Media Accelerator 950 provide the power and a 5,400-RPM 160GB platter drive give you plenty of storage space and keeps the price down. The T
Subject: Mobile | December 10, 2008 - 06:26 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
What do you get when you cross an Intel Atom N270 1.6GHz
with a GeForce 9300M GS 256MB DDR2? The ASUS N10Jc-A1, which seeks to become a gaming netbook, and succeeds as long as you stick with UT2K4 or FarCry, newer titles tend to be stutterific. The Tech Report was able to use the HDMI out to play 1080p movies without a problem though it did monopolize the CPU to the point where you can't expect to be able to run anything apart from the movie.
Subject: Mobile | December 5, 2008 - 01:43 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
When you buy a high end laptop, you expect extras. I'm not convinced that anyone expects a story book, a leather interior and engine noises to be included in those extras, but they are there in the ASUS Lamborghini VX3. Not included is a top of the line mobile GPU or an SSD, which seems odd in a $3000 laptop. It still does have some serious power, and will floor any Lamborghini fanatics out there. Check out t-break to see why.
Subject: Mobile | December 2, 2008 - 05:48 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The new HP Compaq 6735s runs an AMD Athlon X2 QL-60 @ 1,9 GHz on a 790G mobile chipset, sporting a Radeon HD3200 and it has 2GB DDR2. With 250Gb of storage and a DVD-R drive, being able to take a lot on the road with you is quite easy. Check out the laptop that InsideHW calls a workhorse here.
Subject: Mobile | November 26, 2008 - 02:58 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
If you are thinking about picking up a laptop or netbook this Christmas, let The Tech Report help you out a bit. On display are about a half dozen laptops that range from an Apple to a low cost HP model to a giant 17" gaming laptop from OCZ. It's not just about the stats on the laptops themselves, there is also a look at the philosophy of shopping for a laptop. Read on and see if some of the confusion surrounding the mobile market disappears.
Subject: Mobile | November 21, 2008 - 04:22 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Toshiba's new lineup of netbooks was witnessed by Hardware Zone. The Toshiba Portege R series was updated with the R600 and a new series was introduced, with the Toshiba Portege A600. Bigger and heavier that the R series, it also doesn't cost nearly as much. Finally there was the 8.9-inch Toshiba NB100, that manages to hide a 120GB drive in it's tiny body.
Subject: Mobile | November 17, 2008 - 02:33 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
HP have always been a big name in the laptop industry and are making a splash with their new HP 2133 Mini-Note, a netbook with an 8.9" screen. Powering it is a VIA C7-M processor on a VIA VN896 chipset and it runs SuSE Linux Enterprise Desktop OS. InsideHW did like the netbook overall, but are really looking forward to the upcoming Atom version.
Subject: Mobile | November 12, 2008 - 05:58 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
CITY OF INDUSTRY, CA – November 12, 2008 - MSI Computer, a leading manufacturer of computer hardware products and solutions, is pleased to announce the newest addition to it Gaming Notebook Series – the GX630-028US.
Subject: Mobile | November 11, 2008 - 04:29 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
ASUS has two very different schools of thought when it comes to mobile computing. On the one hand you have the tiny little Eee PC, which pares down everything it can in the name of extended battery life and lower weight. Then there is the gaming laptop, like the ASUS G50V series. Built purely for power, with little thought given to overall weight and battery life. The mode