Apple users may be getting ripped off even more than just the cost of their Mac computers and other Apple devices, with online travel agency Orbitz revealing that it shows Apple customers more expensive options than those using Windows.
Dell is expanding its XPS laptop range with the XPS 14 and XPS 15, providing portability, long battery life, and high performance in new screen sizes.
The Razer Blade, which claims to be the world’s first true gaming laptop, was unveiled last year. It retailed in North America in Q4 2011, and today, the company has brought the gaming machine to Singapore.
Apple has announced its new lineup of Mac laptop computers, with improved design and beefier specs under the hood.
Ming-Chi Kuo, KGI Securities analyst expressed his belief in a report issued today that Apple will release a thinner, Retina-equipped Mac notebook next week. Kuo is also of the opinion that Apple will discontinue its line of 17-inch MacBook Pro's.
Our ever vigilant counterparts at Chinese VR-Zone spotted a rather interesting gaming laptop SKU from MSI filled with AMD hardware – the GX60 is powered by a top of the line Radeon HD 7970M and a Trinity A10-4600M APU. Is it a marriage made in heaven?
MSI put to rest the looming question of whether it has Ultrabooks planned, by unveiling one of the industry's first implementations of Intel's "Letexo" sliding-Ultrabook form-factor, which was first shown to the world at IDF Beijing. MSI's Slider S20 is a Wintel at heart, combining 22 nm "Ivy Bridge" processor with Windows 8.
A year ago, at this same Computex, Ultrabooks were formally introduced to the world – and started shipping few months later. It's a year now, what tidings will the second generation bring?
Intel's all-out effort to make Ultrabook the mainstream personal computing device is faced with several hurdles, pricing being a big one. The ultra-sleek notebooks need rigid materials, turning manufacturers to monolithic aluminum chassis, driving up costs. Intel did its partners' homework, by achieving what it calls a breakthrough in structurally-rigid plastics and chassis design, which
How about a 975g Ultrabook? Sounds tempting doesn't it, at least if you're a road warrior that spend a lot of time travelling with your notebook. The good news is that Gigabyte's X11 Ultrabook officially weighs in at 975g, although the model at the launch event came in even lighter at 973g,
Although we've already seen Samsung's new Chromebox, it's now official alongside a new Chromebook, both featuring upgraded hardware compared to the first generation of Chromebooks. To go with the new products, Google has also upgraded its Chrome OS to version 19 which adds support for a fair new features, least not Google Drive and remote desktop
Details of Dell's upcoming Windows 8 tablets – although admittedly one is a convertible – has turned up online and it looks like Dell is planning on offering some pretty interesting hardware. Both devices are powered by Intel processors, so if you were hoping for ARM products from Dell, well then these aren't the Droids products you've
This morning, Samsung Asia announced their second generation Series 9 laptops which boast to incorporate the world's thinnest and most compact chassis. The Korean company also unveiled their Series 5 500p multimedia notebook for consumers who want power features and high quality multimedia experience.
HP seems to be in a rush to get AMD's upcoming Trinity APUs out in the market, as the company has already started to sell its new Pavilion G6 models in Taiwan sporting an AMD A6-4400M APU. This 15.6-inch notebook also comes with a discrete GPU and an attractive price point to boot.
Acer has just unveiled a new business focused 14-inch laptop in the UK under its TravelMate lineup, suited up with a third-gen Ivy Bridge processor.
Unconfirmed details have come about pertaining to a supposed GTX-680M mobile graphics solution from NVIDIA launching at next month's Computex 2012 event in Taipei.
Apple is working on a 15-inch MacBook Pro with a Retina display and USB 3.0, according to a report by 9to5Mac.
If there's a company that seems to understand what Ultrabooks is all about – and no, we're not talking about Apple – it has to be NEC, as its upcoming LaVie Z is a mind-blowingly light Ultrabook that weighs in at a mere 999g. This is at least in part thanks to its lithium-magnesium alloy
Another day, another new notebook from Samsung, what can we say, but the company is nothing but busy launching products. This time we're looking at the mid-range Series 7 Chronos, or more specifically the top of the range NP700Z7CH which comes with a Core i7-3615QM quad core Ivy Bridge CPU.
Apparently Panasonic doesn't think Intel's Ultrabooks are all that and although its new Let's note J10 is a fair bit chunkier than an Ultrabook at 35mm thickness, these 10.1-inch notebooks somehow manages to pack a 35W TDP Core i3, i5 or i7 CPU without burning up. What's even more impressive though is that they can