The tamed-down version of MSI’s GT627, the GX620 still packs quite a punch. Featuring an Intel Core 2 Duo P9500 and NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GT graphics, together with its unique look of brushed aluminium and red stripes, the GX620 is sure to get heads turning.
Sony has introduced new special edition models and luxurious colours and skins to their VAIO P, VAIO CS, and VAIO Z series notebook PCs for the fashion-conscious mobile professionals.
In a recent news release by Businesswire, Acer announced their latest lineup of Timeline laptops for the budget conscious, yet offering a range of multimedia features in a stylish design.
Sony Japan has updated their Vaio NW series laptops with better hardware, both models are available for retail except a slight change in hardware. **Note: Changes are only in Japan for now
Unnanounced Dell’s Latitude Z series laptop pictures have been leaked, it looks good from a few perspectives. According to source, this is a 15 inch model have a matte screen and even a lovely displayport.
MSI has announced their new Bravo EX627 which has a 16-inch HD display and features Cinema Pro Technology that claims to offer users the best movie viewing experience.
Toshiba Computer Systems Division (CSD), a division of Toshiba Singapore, today announced three new additions to its Portege and Satellite line – Portege M900 (Signature series), Satellite L510 and Satellite M500 (Premier series).
WWDC 2009 was surely full of many interesting surprises as Apple has unveiled a lineup of Macbooks with improved specifications and most importantly – lower prices.
Dell has recently introduced their new Alienware M17x 17-inch gaming laptop which is now available in Singapore. It features anodized aluminum industrial design (with color options), Intel® Core™ 2 Extreme Quad-core overclockable mobile CPU and up to Dual 1GB NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 280M GPUs with SLI™ technology.
Tired of notebook PCs with almost similar design and finish? Well, ASUS is adding a new finish to their line of notebooks to make them look more aesthetically pleasing.
Panasonic Japan has unveiled its latest lineup R8 series Lets Note Light notebook. The CF-R8WWLAJP is not your ordinary laptop. Capable of withstanding impacts and water resistant, it will be retailing at the end of June this year
The annual Computex is back again, and this time not losing any flavor to the previous Computex. Join us as we bring to you day to day updates on the latest happenings in Computex 2009. More updates coming soon!
ASUS has announced the latest Eee PC T91 which features an 8.9-inch swivel touchscreen display. Combined with ASUS TouchSuite software, you can easily view your photos – zoom in/out or browse with your fingers – and even handwrite memos or sketch a drawing onscreen.
Even though the MSI X340 was officially announced in mid-April, the manufacturer only has the product launch in Singapore today at the Serenity Restaurant in Vivocity.
The HP Pavilion dv2 is the manufacturer’s first notebook PC that comes with AMD Athlon Neo processor. Let’s see how well it fares in our review.
MSI has announced their latest GT729 gaming laptop that boasts impressive hardware specifications – Core™2 Duo processor, ATi Mobility Radeon HD 4850 graphics, up to 4GB DDR3 memory and 320 (or 500GB) hard disk.
Lenovo has announced three new PCs for home and small office users, designed with great features and performance at affordable prices – IdeaPad U350 Laptop, Value Line G550 Laptop and IdeaCentre C300 All-in-One Desktop.
HP has unveiled their new Thin Client, desktop and notebook PCs at the recent “Touch the Future. Now.” event in Beijing. The products include HP Mini 110, Pavilion MS 200, dx2810 Special Edition PC and t5730w Thin Client alternative desktop PC.
HP has unveiled their new ProBook notebook PC series designed for business users in small and medium-size companies. The ProBook will replace the HP Compaq line and offers new features, including optional Linux-based operating system pre-installed instead of Windows.
Seems like Intel is at it and we won’t be seeing anything much of a big difference in the netbook sector although Intel recently outlined its plans for traditional notebook, CULV-based ultra-thin notebook which might be a lil interesting for you.