Subject: Mobile | June 13, 2006 - 01:31 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
X-bit Labs gets busy testing Acer's TravelMate 3222WXMi & 2423NWXMi, the ASUS W3H00V, LG's LW40 and T1, the MSI MegaBook S425, Samsung's X1 & X11 the Sony VGN-FJ1SR
and the Toshiba Tecra A6-S513. Not a review to miss if you are shopping for laptops!
Subject: Mobile | June 13, 2006 - 12:32 PM | Jonathan Hung
2 weeks ago, we published our review of the 17" Asus A7J laptop. In that review I stated that the primary SODIMM isn't upgradable, even though Asus' product page states it.
Well it turns out you can uprgade that RAM, but it's not a clear procedure and it's very tricky to do! With the help from Asus' A7J Service Manual, I've added a short guide on how to upgrade the RAM on your A7J.
Subject: Mobile | June 8, 2006 - 04:00 PM | Jonathan Hung
I've posted a small update to the Asus A7J laptop review we posted last week. It's a small detail concerning the hinge but may have a significant impact on discerning laptop buyers.
"Update: June 6th, 2006 I've taken a closer look at the Asus A7J's hinges and they are indeed steel hinges.
Subject: Mobile | June 8, 2006 - 03:37 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
This is no tablet, it runs WinXP professional edition. Scheduled to be released in July, with a ~$1,800 price tag, this tiny PC offers a lot of possibilities. Drop by Digital Trends (once called Designtechnica) for a sneek peek.
Asus Mainstream Notebooks
Asus, MSI and Acer show off some impressive new notebooks including leather backed, Lamborghini, Ferarri and Turion X2 models.
Subject: Mobile | June 6, 2006 - 08:04 AM | Jonathan Hung
Toshiba announced yesterday that they will begin production on the world's highest density 2.5" hard drive in August. Weighing in at 200GB, this will finally give mobile users the needed breathing space to do more without having to constantly backup to other media. The MK2035GSS will use the new Perpendicular Magnetic Recording technology and will likely come in different RPM offerings for budget to high-end price points.
Subject: Mobile | June 1, 2006 - 01:34 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Sean at Hot Hardware has managed to put down the new Alienware Aurora m9700 long enough to write a review of this ~ $3600 notebook. Drop by and see just how powerful this new Aurora is, and how Sean thinks it could be improved.
You can also check out Jon Hung's review of the ASUS AJ7 right here, with it's 17" screen and a 2 hour battery life.
Subject: Mobile | June 1, 2006 - 10:49 AM | Jonathan Hung
CNet has posted a review of the Dell XPS M2010 portable computer that was first spotted at E3 a few weeks back. This computer isn't quite a laptop considering it comes with a large base unit and a bicep-popping 20 pounds with the AC adapter! It has some sexy specs though...
Introduction and Specifications
With 1GB of RAM, Mobility Radeon X1600 256MB, and a 17" display, could the Asus A7J be the laptop that finally makes you throw away your desktop computer?