Best known for its Toughbook range of notebooks in most of the world, Panasonic produces a range of more consumer friendly notebooks in its home country of Japan and the company has announced its first Ivy Bridge based model, the Let's note B11. We're used to seeing fairly compact models from Panasonic, so this high-end
Intel has as yet to launch all of its mobile Ivy Bridge chipsets, as we're still waiting for a couple of business-end chipsets, but VR-Zone can now exclusively reveal Intel's next generation mobile chipsets for the Haswell CPUs. Interestingly, Intel has cut back from no less than seven chipset for Ivy Bridge to a more
VR-Zone is one of the media to attend the HP Global Influencer Summit in Shanghai, China this week whereby the company unveiled more than 80 products for both business and mainstream consumers. President and CEO Meg Whitman, and executive vice president, Printing and Personal Systems Group were also present at the event,
HP executive Steve Wolff responded to a question about the Envy Spectre XT laptop's uncanny similarity to the MacBook Air, saying that Apple does not own silver.
In addition to the Envy Spectre XT, HP also announced an additional four Envy notebooks, the 14 and 15.6-inch Envy Sleekbooks and the Envy Ultrabooks. The main difference is that the Ultrabooks will be Intel only, whereas the Sleekbooks will feature Intel and AMD processors, with the Sleekbooks having a lower starting price.
Sony has introduced their new entry-level line of VAIO laptops. The new VAIO Fit series, available in both 14-inch and 15-inch screen sizes and a variety of colours, incorporates Sony’s latest visual and audio technology, offering both visual enthusiasts and audiophiles the best possible entertainment experience without them having to break the bank.
Apparently HP didn't get Microsoft or Intel's memos about screen on premium notebooks/Ultrabooks being increased, as its new Envy Spectre XT ticks pretty much every other check box when it comes to being a premium Ultrabook. HP's new addition to its Envy Spectre range is by all means a nice looking notebook and the company has even
NEC Japan has refreshed specs on both its existing ValueStar L Series desktop and LaVie L Series notebook models which include the use of Intel's third generation "Ivy Bridge" Core processors.
Today in Shanghai, technology giant HP has announced 30 new products designed for the business users which include EliteBook Folio 9470m Ultrabook, the durable EliteBook P-series notebook PCs, as well as desktop PC series consisting of Compaq Pro 4300 Business Desktop and All-in-One PC, Compaq Pro 6300 and Compaq Elite 8300.
It appears that Samsung is planning world domination, well, at least when it comes to Ivy Bridge based notebooks, as the company has unveiled another three new models. What we’re looking at this time around is the more affordable Series 5 and more specifically the 550P sub-set which consist of 15 and 17-inch models.
Come next month, Intel will expand its range of mobile Ivy Bridge CPUs will some more dual core models as well as some new ULV models and although this in itself is no big secret, pricing of the upcoming models have now turned up. This gives us a good idea as to how Intel is
Brazos 2.0 has arrived, well, at least unofficially as Acer has started to sell its Aspire E1-421 in parts of Asia and it sports AMD's yet to be announced E1-1200 APU. The details are fairly slim at the moment, but the Aspire E1-421 is a budget notebook to every extent of the word.
It's not too often that a manufacturer pulls apart one of its products down to near component level and then explains in detail what it has done to create the product in question, but Samsung has decided to give us a peek inside its 13.3-inch Series 9 notebook. In all fairness it doesn't give away
With more Ultrabooks coming to the market, consumers may be confused between them and the thin and light notebooks. HP had unveiled the stylish ENVY 14 Spectre at CES this year, but is this portable machine as good as it looks? VR-Zone finds out.
A report from Focus Taiwan confirms that much cheaper Ultrabooks are around the corner. The Ultrabook market has remained very pricey no thanks to expensive all-aluminum chassis' people could often care less about.
Toshiba Singapore has announced their latest notebook PCs which include the stylish Satellite M800, Satellite L800, Satellite C800 for the lifestyle and fashion-conscious consumers; Satellite P850 that offers glasses-free 3D technology and Qosmio X870 which claims to be the ultimate gaming and multimedia machine. On top of that, the company also unveiled the Toshiba 55RZ1
Intel's Ultrabook branding doesn't really matter all that much for some notebook makers, as they've been making ultra-thin notebooks for years and one of those companies are Sony. Despite this, Sony has announced a pair of VAIO T series Ultrabooks with 11.6 or 13.3-inch displays and a few other interesting features, but sadly Sony is
Intel's Ivy Bridge processors for Ultrabooks aren't set to arrive for another month, but that hasn't stopped Samsung's UK branch to show off one of its upcoming Series 9 notebooks featuring one of the new processors. The NP900X4C as the model is known as is Samsung's first 15-incher in the Series 9 family of notebooks
When it comes to notebooks, Samsung has as yet to become a go to brand for most of us, but the company keeps improving and its Series 9 notebooks caught the attention of more than one notebook buyer. Now the company is trying to get into the already fairly crowded gaming notebook sector with its
According to Apple CEO Tim Cook, Apple will not be combining the iPad and Macbook Air into a new product. Cook compares Microsoft's decision to run Windows 8 on multiple products to meshing a refrigerator and toaster.