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Fujitsu launches 13.3-inch LIFEBOOK SH771

With notebook manufacturers coming up with their line of thin and light portables, Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific has recently launched their 13.3-inch LIFEBOOK SH771 which claims to be the thinnest and lightest LIFEBOOK yet, with 9.5 hours runtime on a standard battery. (more…)

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Dell announces the XPS 14z

We don't want to be rude, but it looks like Dell has borrowed ideas from most of its competitors in the notebook market when it comes to the design and features of its new XPS 14z, a notebook which the company claims is the thinnest "fully featured" 14-inch laptop with

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ASUS ZENBOOK UX31 Review

The success of the thin, ultraportable Apple MacBook Air has indirectly prompted Intel to envision how notebook computer of the future should be like. And that notebook computer is the new Ultrabook which was recently launched by various manufacturers. (more…)

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Asus launches the Zenbook UX21 and UX31

It's been over four months since Asus first showed off its Ultrabook back at Computex, but the company has finally launched the UX21 and UX31 under the slightly odd Zenbook name. Presumably it has something to do with the low noise levels of Ultrabooks, but we're not sure it's the

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Acer ASPIRE S3 Ultrabook Review

The Ultrabook is a new category of thin and lightweight ultraportable laptop (defined by Intel) that are equipped with new Sandy Bridge/Ivy Bridge based Consumer Ultra-Low Voltage (CULV) Intel processors, integrated graphics and SSD storage. Taiwanese manufacturer Acer has recently launched their ASPIRE S3 Ultrabook in Taipei, and VR-Zone managed to get

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Acer launches the Aspire S3 in Taiwan

Acer isn't resting on its laurels and the company might very well be the first of Intel's Ultrabook partners to get a product into the market with the Aspire S3 which officially launched in Taiwan today. It looks like Acer decided to keep things simple with only two SKU's, at

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