Subject: Mobile
Manufacturer: Asus
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Specs and Features

The Asus W7J scores big in mobility and features, but is it enough to win your hearts? We examine Asus' latest 13.3" Core Duo laptop offering.

Alienware's Aurora, the sky's the limit

Subject: Mobile | August 18, 2006 - 02:22 PM |
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With a 17" display, and over 8lbs, the Alienware Aurora m9700 isn't exactly as mobile as most laptops.   However as Legion PC Gamers proves, it's raison d'etre is pure gaming power.  It's default setup is one Go 7900GS, it is SLI capable, as well as having RAID as an option.  If you need a laptop that can play the latest games at max resolutions, and price is no problem, then take a look at this hot little number.

Asus to Announce Lamborghini Notebook at Concorso Italiano

Subject: Mobile | August 14, 2006 - 01:50 PM |
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Asus will officially unveil their newly designed Lamborghini notebook computer at this year's Concorso Italiano on August 18th.  We have some of the official PR and specs already lined up before the show starts.  This partnership between Asus, Automobili Lamborghini and Intel will be the first in a series from the group of officially licensed products.  We first saw this notebook in Taiwan at the annual Computex show; see our article here for more picture

Barebones dual-core laptop

Subject: Mobile | August 11, 2006 - 03:35 PM |
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HotHardware has found a way to get a dual-core whitebook.  It is from ASUS, based on Intel's 945 chipset, with a 15.4" screen and an integrated X1600 with 256Mb of memory.  Check out the full stats, and what HotHardware decided to put into it, after paying about $710 for the shell.

Source: HotHardware

Core 2 Duo on a Dell XPS M1710? Sooner than you think?

Subject: Mobile | August 2, 2006 - 10:43 AM |
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We continue with our experimenting with the new Intel Core 2 Duo T7400 CPU and this time we drop it into a Dell XPS M1710 laptop! The darn thing works! Granted the testing results are a bit mixed, the outlook is positive for a Core 2 Duo upgrade for existing M1710 owners.



"The heatpipe is easily taken out by undoing seven screws holding the mechanism to the motherboard.
Subject: Mobile
Manufacturer: Dell
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Introduction

Thinking upgrading that Dell XPS M1710 to the latest Intel Core 2 Duo mobile CPU down the road? We experiment with our Core 2 Duo in the M1710 to see what's possible.

A fine line between a desktop replacement and a portable

Subject: Mobile | August 1, 2006 - 02:06 PM |
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[H]ard|OCP tries a new Gateway laptop, the NX860X.  In the reviews of previous systems from Gateway, they have found certain flaws in Dell's support and other procedures.  Can this system turn that all around?

"Gateway's sturdy, powerful widescreen Core Duo notebook is ready for work and play. Find out how much

you can pack into an eight-pound portable (well, sort of portable) desktop replacement."

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Source: [H]ard|OCP

Centrino Duo in the newest ThinkPad

Subject: Mobile | July 21, 2006 - 03:02 PM |
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The newest Lenovo ThinkPad, the T-60 contains an Intel Core Duo T2400 (1.83GHz), 1GB of DDR2 667MHz SDRAM (2 DIMMs) and a 14.1" TFT with SXGA+ (1400x1050) resolution.  The Tech Report found that when it is put onto maximum battery power saving, you can surf for over 9 hours or 5.5 hours watching DVDs on a single charge.

Subject: Mobile
Manufacturer: Dell
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Introduction and Specifications

You've seen it. Maybe you've even dreamed about it. Now get the most in-depth look at Dell's latest gaming laptop! The 17" M1710 Metallic Black with the GeForce Go 7900 GS looks impressive.

Build a gaming laptop

Subject: Mobile | July 17, 2006 - 01:44 PM |
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Legit Reviews found a "whitebook" (a bare bones laptop, essentially no components other than the casing, screen and mobo), to build a gaming machine from.  The Clevo M575U and Sager 5760 can fit an impressive array of parts, and will function as a perfect desktop replacement.

""It's now officially the summer of 2006 and it's time to do publish another article on how to build

your own gaming notebook. The changes from 2005 to 2006 were significant when it comes to notebooks.