CES 2011: ASUS will have tablets, lots of tablets at CES

Subject: Mobile | December 31, 2010 - 12:12 AM |
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Engadget found some posted and then removed data from ASUS that clearly seems to outline their pending lineup of tablet devices to be unveiled at CES.  


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CES 2011: Toshiba NB550D netbook to use AMD Brazos Fusion platform

Subject: Mobile | December 31, 2010 - 12:02 AM |
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According to information found over at engadget, Toshiba is another vendor to decide on adopting the AMD Brazos Fusion platform complete with a C-50 1.0 GHz Ontario APU (accelerated processing unit).  


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Manufacturer: Acer
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Introduction and Specifications

The Acer Aspire 5551G-4591 doesn’t pack any surprises. It is the definition of a mainstream 15.6” laptop, which means that it will probably appeal to many readers. However, the laptop steps into a market that contains fierce competition. Does the Acer Aspire 5551G-4591 find a way to stand out from the crowd? Well, have a look for yourself.

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Manufacturer: Leadtek
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Introduction and Specifications

There are still those who to this day swear that Lenovo's acquisition of the brand was the beginning of a death spiral, but the truth is that ThinkPads continue to thrive. Lenovo recently celebrated the 60 millionth ThinkPad sold, and to commemorate the event they've added an interesting new feature to some laptops – Nvidia Optimus. The green team's graphics switching technology is now available on some T410, T510 and T410s laptops.

Alienware's new $1300 M11x

Subject: Mobile | December 10, 2010 - 02:25 PM |
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The base model of the Alienware M11x is $799, but if you are going to go with an Alienware laptop you can't just buy the base model.  That is why Matt had to add $500 worth of options to the 11.6" review model he received.  It is really the size that is interesting about this notebook, as it offers a balance of playability and portability without sacrificing too much of one for the other.

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Manufacturer: Alienware
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Introduction and Specifications

If you told me two years ago that Alienware would be selling an 11.6” gaming laptop I would have called you insane, yet here we are. The reason I would have doubted the future of such a laptop is the engineering challenge that exists whenever powerful hardware is crammed into a small frame. Gaming laptops are generally thick, heavy monsters with displays over 15 inches because that's the size required to pack in and cool gaming hardware. And what does the M11x pack in?

The general purpose B&N Nook Color

Subject: Mobile | December 6, 2010 - 01:42 PM |
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The Nook Color has been rooted to limited fanfare, perhaps less that it deserves considering what it can do.  For instance, it is capable of playing Angry Birds “as smoothly as on the Galaxy Tab,” and with an 800MHz Cortex processor should handle productivity tasks.  The rooting process is still being smoothed out and you can see how to do it yourself thanks to Slashdot.

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Manufacturer: Apple
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RAGE for iOS

Teased at QuakeCon this year, RAGE HD for iOS devices impressed everyone with its visual fidelity. Will this game live up to the hype? Read on to find out.

Netbook race, which is faster - Windows or Ubuntu

Subject: Mobile | November 19, 2010 - 02:40 PM |
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Netbooks being trimmed down laptops, it seems logical that a trimmed down OS will help the little PCs run a bit faster when it comes to booting, loading programs and resuming from sleep.  Slashdot found someone who didn't want to make that assumption and took an Asus Eee PC 1008HA
and loaded it with WinXP, Win7 and Ubuntu to see just how the netbook performed doing a variety of common tasks.  Follow the link to see how these OSes fared.

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Manufacturer: Asus
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Introduction and Design

Now we have the ASUS U series Bamboo laptops, which try to class up the market by adding real bamboo to the lid and palmrest. The U33JC is the smallest of the family, and it feels familiar – the price, overall design and hardware is reminiscent of ASUS U30JC, which received an Editor’s Choice Award from this site in July.