Amazon, Apple, Sony and some others have their own music stores, and it looks like HP has plans to launch one too. However, at press time, there is no word as to when exactly the WebOS music store will be launched.
The Toshiba Qosmio X770 and Qosmio X770 3D, which were released in Europe, have finally make their first appearances in US. Read more for details.
Is your laptop running hot? Well, you can cool it down with this new Cooling Pad N200 from Logitech. The N200 claims to provide maximum airflow with minimum noise wherever you go and is available in stores now.
Although we expected AMD to announce its A-series of APU's first at Computex and then at E3, it seems like we've finally gotten there as today is D-day uhm, A-day(?). AMD has launched no less seven mobile parts today, although so far the desktop models have as yet to make an official appearance.
MSI is going to ship their G-series gaming laptops, GT780R and GX780. More details inside.
Samsung Korea has recently announced their latest one Terabyte Spinpoint M8 hard disk for the notebook PC. It has two 500GB platter, operates on a 3 gigabits per second SATA interface, 8MB buffer memory and incorporates EcoSeek and NoiseGuard features for minimal noise levels.
This afternoon, Toshiba Singapore held a special preview of their latest Qosmio gaming laptops, F750 and X770, at Challenger in Funan DigitaLife Mall, two days before the PC Show. VR-Zone was one of the media to check out the powerful gaming machines. Read on.
Gaming laptops like the recently-reviewed Dell Alienware M14x notebook may boast impressive hardware and specifications that will make any performance freak drool in envy, and for good reason. However, the average consumer will be more inclined to opt for a more portable notebook PC that is 'good enough' to handle typical, non-gaming tasks and more
For those of you looking for a high-performance notebook with a good portability ratio the selection tends to be fairly slim, but MSI's new X460 is the first notebook we've seen that is addressing this market. The X-series has traditionally been MSI's thin and light notebooks, although the performance has been suffering somewhat due to
Let's see what we've gotten for you about Mobile, Laptop, and Tablet at Day 2 of Computex Taipei 2011.
HP has launched their voluntary battery recall and free replacement program in May 2009, and today, the company has announced the expansion of their program which include additional battery packs and notebook model series. Read on for more details.
Mach Xtreme is showing off their MacBook Air compatible SSD at Computex. The Katana MX Performance, based on the SandForce SF-1200 controller, has been engineered to be fully compatible with Apple's proprietary interface and promises a performance increase from the stock SSD.
Get wowed by the latest mobile, laptops and tablet devices showcased at Computex 2011! While many manufacturers building up various product portfolio for their brands, we also saw many extraordinary new devices in the market. Some in which actually made us difficult to categorize them into the correct category! *Constantly Updated*
Unlike most component manufacturers, GIGABYTE has opted to host its booth at Hall 1 of the Taiwan World Trade Centre, an area which is usually centered more on enterprise solutions as opposed to the more enthusiast-oriented Nangang. However, available at its booth are a wide range of familiar hardware which enthusiasts have come to know
We've already shown you a wide range of X79 motherboards for Intel's upcoming LGA-2011 Sandy Bridge-E CPUs which are still set for a Q4 launch this year and we've even seen a dual-socket prototype from Asus' ROG team, but it seems like we might even get some notebooks based on Intel's new high-end desktop platform.
ASUS is going to present the new UX series ultra-thin laptop at Computex 2011. Weighing just 1.1kg, the notebook PC boasts 17mm thin with a stylish aluminium finishing. More pictures inside.
Gaming laptops, you say? Who needs them when the world is moving towards smaller, low-powered machines that are designed to be versatile enough to handle everything the average consumer can throw at it? Well, tell THAT to the gaming community which strongly believes in the benefits of having a notebook powerful enough to handle most of
It looks like we can expect to see an AMD Brazos notebook from Jetway at Computex, powered by an AMD E-350 APU. Jetway is following in MSI's footsteps and is launching a 13.3-inch model, although surprisingly Jetway's Ecomani EM130A as the notebook is known as is offering a better feature set than MSI's X370.
If you've never heard of CUPP Computing, don't despair, as the company has as yet not launched a single product. However, CUPP Computing will be showing off its new PunkThis Hybrid PC module at Computex in less than two weeks' time and it really could change the way that we use our notebooks.
Reports by multiple sources are suggesting that Apple is getting ready to refresh its MacBook Air lines of notebooks come June or July and as expected we'll be seeing some Sandy Bridge hardware inside the new models. The other big addition is said to be Thunderbolt support, something that could prove to be useful on