The ASUS N series are designed as multimedia entertainment notebook PCs. And the N53Jn is the latest member with Intel Core i5 processor, Nividia’s Optimus technology and audio by Bang & Olfusen ICEpower. VR-Zone checks out how good this machine really is at bringing the multimedia experience.
After a long wait, the Apple iPad tablet is finally here in China and hundreds of people have queued up to be the early birds at getting their official iPads today. The iPad will also be selling at Apple stores in Beijing and Shanghai as well as authorised retailers around the country.
Korean manufacturer Samsung has announced it will be launching an entertainment store to provide movies and TV shows to their smartphones as well as Galaxy Tab tablet. Unfortunately, the media hub will only be available in US, and there’s no news if it will be made available in Asia.
ARM may dominate in the embedded systems market, but Intel is also extremely keen on competiting in that same segment as well. And the chip giant now has the silicon to do so: what was once a project codenamed as only as Tunnel Creek is now Intel’s new Atom E600 SoC processor series, specially developed for
It is a well-known fact that Windows and ARM do not exactly play nice together, but leave it to the good guys at Parallels to achieve the unexpected. With a simple download of the new Parallels Mobile on iTunes, you can now play around with a virtual and fully-functional Windows 7 from within your iPad,
Do you fancy an ARM processor in your next notebook? CUPP Computing apparently thinks that you could use one anyway. Having just announced the completion of a prototype machine capable of accepting both ARM and x86 processors running unique operating systems concurrently, it seems that this may be ARM’s chance to break into the desktop
Slates and tablet-based devices are quickly gaining in popularity when it comes to portable computing, but not everybody is ready to make the jump yet. AMD, in particular, seems to be intent on holding off any plans for the new breed of slate-like devices, at least until their success in the market has been proven.
ASUS has announced availability of its latest Eee PC, the 1015PEM. This netbook runs on a dual-core Intel Atom N550 processor, and you can stuff it up with 2GB of DDR3 memory. Also, there’s even support for Bluetooth 3.0.
With tablets running off Google’s Android operating system popping up all over the market like popcorn, it should probably be of little surprise that handset makers are keen on getting into the tablet game as well. And Motorola is seemingly the next big player to have an interest in the tablet market, if the leaked
MSI has announced the FX600 and FR600 notebook PCs that sport stylish designs and boast superb multimedia performance. Both are equipped with Intel Core i5 processors, DDR3 memory (up to 8GB) and THX TruStudio Pro smart wrap technology for cinematic audio experience.
For their outstanding value proposition comprising superior design quality, innovation, workmanship, material selection, functionality, environmental friendliness, ergonomics and safety, six ASUS products — the NX, N and G (G53 and G73) Series notebooks, Eee PC™ 1016, EeeNote and RT-N56U Black Diamond gigabit router — have snagged iF Design Award China 2010 awards. Read on for
GlacialTech has announced the GlacialPower AC090N slim notebook adaptor. Besides being able to charge your notebook (obviously), the AC090N can double up as a battery charger for mobile devices.
Samsung Korea has recently unveiled their new QX series premium laptops which come in three models: 13.3-inch QX310; 14-inch QX410 and 15.6-inch QX510. Powered by Intel Core i5 processors, the QX series laptops promise good looks, superior performance and long battery life for the mobile professionals.
If the popularity of netbooks are of any indication, it is apparent that the world has embraced the cheap, tiny, and low-power device as a suitable platform to satisfy their on-the-go internet desires. And Dell has introduced yet another such mobile computer to the local market: its new Mini 1018.
Sure, we had posted articles in the past describing Samsung’s then-unreleased tablet device, the GALAXY Tab, but nothing beats having the official confirmation from the company itself. More importantly, the official release of the GALAXY Tab reveals details which were not present in earlier articles, which relied mostly on leaked information. Read on for the
There is probably no such thing as a perfect tablet: no matter how well it is designed or made, there will be people complaining about how its size or form factor does not fit their hand size. Archos’s solution? Release five tablets with varying screen sizes. Read on for more information.
With notebooks fast replacing desktops as the computing platform of choice, it is understandable that one would want to invest in a decent mobile computer to fulfill their daily computing needs. And HP done just that with its latest additions to the current ENVY, Mini and entry-level notebooks. Read on for more information.
Dual-core Atoms? Who needs them, you might ask. Apparently, enough of them for Acer to justify a new netbook, the D255, which sports the dual-core Atom N550 processor instead of the single-core N455 found in most netbooks today. Read on for more information.
Online sources have leaked a new Android tablet from Toshiba. The 10.1-inch Folio 100 is based on Froyo (Android version 2.2) and features Nvidia Tegra 2 processor and 16GB internal memory.
Tablets are the future of computing, right? It has to be: after all, Bill Gates himself predicted many years back that users would one day use the tablet for most daily computing tasks. Fast forward to the present, and we see that tablets are fast catching on in the market, albeit in a slightly different