notebooks

  • Panasonic unveils super-light convertible tablet PC

    Panasonic in Japan today announced [JP] the “Let’s Note CF-C1”, which the company says is among the world’s lightest convertible tablet PCs. The latest addition to Panasonic’s “Let’s Note” series of notebooks weighs just 1.46kg (including the battery, 1.67kg with two batteries). The company says it was able to push down the weight by choosing… Read More

  • Report: Laptop sales are rocking fueled by netbooks sales

    People might not be buying houses and cars at the pre-recession levels, but laptops are flying off the shelves led by netbook sales. (Quiet, don’t tell John. He hates netbooks.) Read More

  • Gateway adds Blu-ray, Core i3 & i5 CPU options to its NV entertainment notebooks

    The Gateway NV series just got a nice little spec bump. The entry-level series finally got updated to Intel’s latest CPU architecture and can be spec’d-out with a wide range of options. All the models however come with a slightly redesigned case, HD webcam, and HD Ultrabright LCD displays. Read More

  • Dell's new ultraportable sports Core i5, semi-ruggedness

    Well, the new Dells aren’t exactly going to shock anybody speechless, but they look practical and the assurances of ruggedness are heartening. It’s always struck me as strange that the so-called ultra-portables, which are meant to be taken everywhere, almost universally have cheap builds. Of course, most of them cost a lot less than the Dell E4310, too. Vital specs and pics inside. Read More

  • Sony Japan teases "VAIO New Ultra Mobile"

    Remember Sony Japan’s unusual promotion campaign for an 8-inch netbook (or ultra-mobile PC, as the Japanese like to call these devices) from December 2008? The target group was amused with the campaign. And it appears the marketing coup helped Sony actually sell the Vaio P, as the company today updated its Japanese site with yet another teaser for yet another “mysterious”… Read More

  • Toshiba announces Tecra M11 notebook

    It’s been a while since Toshiba unveiled their M10 and A10 computers in 2008, but Toshiba finally released the specs on their new M11 business notebook. The M11 features a 14-inch anti-glare display, Intel Core i3/i5 dual core processor, up to 3 GB DDR3 RAM and either Intel HD or an NVIDIA NVS 2100M graphics card. It also comes with a 320GB 7200RPM hard drive, a DVD Super-Multi drive… Read More

  • Do the new MacBook Pros forgo raw computing power in favor of battery life? Yup.

    Today’s MacBook Pro refresh left a lot of us feeling, well, bored. The new notebooks aren’t particularly powerful with dual-core Core i5 and Core i7 CPUs along with low-memory GPUs. They really aren’t anything special compared to similarly-priced PCs. Numerous manufacturers offer a PC for around $2000 that comes with quad-core i7’s, 1GB graphics card along with tons of… Read More

  • The Dell Latitude E6410 ATG has attitude

    What do you get when you combine the new Dell Latitude E6410 with a semi-rugged frame? Obviously this ATG model. Yeah, I know, lame joke but I don’t have time to to think of a more clever intro so deal with it. Read More

  • The Dell Latitude E6410 and E6510 bring Core i5, Core i7, and discrete graphics

    Dell has been building notebooks under the Latitude nameplate, well, forever, right? It seems that way, but the series keeps trucking on as the company continues to load the latest goods onto the platform. The E6410 and E6510 builds upon the success of the previous generation but ditches the 2009 specs for chips that are a bit more 2010. Read More

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