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
Subject: Mobile | November 7, 2008 - 01:57 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
If you have seen Evil Dead and various other horror movies, the paint job on the Smoothbook DR will bring back fond memories, as it is a bang on reproduction of the Necronomicon.
Don't think that the beauty of this machine is only skin deep, there is a Q9500, 4Gb of DDR2-800 and two 8800M GPUs inside, as well as an SSD and a Blu-Ray drive. Check it out at TweakTown.
Subject: Mobile | November 6, 2008 - 01:21 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
SANTA CLARA, CA—NOVEMBER 6, 2008 - When Toshiba set out to reset the bar for high performance gaming laptops and revamp its flagship gaming line, the company turned to NVIDIA for its expertise in visual computing. The combined efforts of both companies resulted in Toshiba's most powerful gaming laptop to date featuring the new highly integrated GeForce 9400M graphics processing unit (GPU) along with a pair of NVIDIA GeForce 9800M GTS enthusiast-class GPUs.
Subject: Mobile | November 4, 2008 - 03:19 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The new EEE 901 comes in many colours, all of them with rather odd names like Infusion Sakura, Sweet Pea, Urban Metropolis, Peony White, Pearl White, Fine Ebony, Navy Blue and Chocolate Gold. For those far more interested in what is inside, you can get either XP Home or GNU Linux. Depending on which OS you choose the hardware varies slightly but you can always expect an SSD for storage, a 8.9" display, 1GB of DDR2 and an Atom N270. R & B Mods liked the weight and battery life, but did find the
Subject: Mobile | October 30, 2008 - 05:53 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
For a 15" laptop to weigh 7.3 pounds and be 1.6 inches thick is to make a statement in today's mobile world where every other model is emulating the heroin chic look you usually see sported by runway models. The C2D 2.26GHz processor, 4GB of PC-5300 DDR2 RAM and a 320GB HDD, partnered with a 512Mb 9800M GS mean that this laptop offers more than just a sturdy exterior. Digital Trends got 45 minutes of battery time going full out, and enabling all the power savings tricks and limiting themsel
Subject: Mobile | October 27, 2008 - 06:25 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
You have seen Smooth Creations incredible paint jobs before, they created the system we gave away for Memorial Day. They have branched out from full sized systems to include netbooks, which gives you a chance to show off a incredible paint job without having to cart around over 10lbs worth of PC. TECHGAGE did find the WiFi to be a little under-par, and wanted a little more power under the hood for the price, but no one can argue that you have to pay a
Subject: Mobile | October 21, 2008 - 02:15 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Ars Technica has put together a large, as in two parts, review of the new Apple MacBook Pro. The first part deals with the aesthetics, the packaging and the extras that come with it. The second part delves into it's capabilities, general benchmarks as well as Windows gaming performance. See how well it stacks up to the hype.