Have you ever tried to upgrade your notebook's storage capacity by splurging on the latest 2.5-inch 1TB hard disk back then, only to realize that the upgrade was doomed to fail from the get-go simply because it was too thick to fit into the tight confines of your mobile PC? Well, we've got good news for you:
Back at Computex earlier this month Intel was demoing netbooks with WiDi or Wireless Display and Intel seems to call it interchangeably. One of the Intel representatives at the show told us that we could expect 720p video over WiDi from netbooks, but it appears that it might not be the case after all.
Is your laptop running hot? Well, you can cool it down with this new Cooling Pad N200 from Logitech. The N200 claims to provide maximum airflow with minimum noise wherever you go and is available in stores now.
Samsung Korea has recently announced their latest one Terabyte Spinpoint M8 hard disk for the notebook PC. It has two 500GB platter, operates on a 3 gigabits per second SATA interface, 8MB buffer memory and incorporates EcoSeek and NoiseGuard features for minimal noise levels.
HP has launched their voluntary battery recall and free replacement program in May 2009, and today, the company has announced the expansion of their program which include additional battery packs and notebook model series. Read on for more details.
PC sales have gone down and fingers are pointing at the Apple iPad for being the cause of it. However, market research company, NPD Group, said that the popular tablet device is not to be blamed for this. Read on.
Not entirely unexpected, Google's first Chromebook partners will be Acer and Samsung and both companies have a model that will go on sale in the US on the 15th of June. Surprisingly the two models are quite different in terms of not only in terms of features, but also cost. In fact, the only similarity is
The Macbook Air may be one of the better looking notebooks available on the market today, but consumers who crave an Apple-branded, ultrathin notebook that features a screen size which is neither 11 inches or 13 inches are essentially out of luck. However, it would seem that such consumers will have a little more choice
A Macbook Air clone has been spotted in China, and it looks to be running Android operating system. But the most appealing factor is not the design or the OS; it is selling at an affordable US$76. Read on for the details.
With tablet PCs fast gaining acceptance among consumers as the mobile computer of choice for media consumption, what does one think netbook OEMs should do to restore the competitiveness of a product that appears to be fast approaching its 'use by' date? Well, ASUS apparently thinks that the answer is rather straightforward: make them cheaper.
Intel has been moving from partner to partner with its various iterations of the Classmate PC and now the company have signed up Lenovo as its partner for the latest model, the Classmate+ PC. It's still a very basic machine without a lot of bells and whistles, but as it's intended as an educational computer
It's a wonder to me that there weren't more Windows 7 tablets in the market like the BModo12G. The prevailing logic is that if you need to do "real work", you're better off with a laptop. However, despite having an Apple iPhone 4 and iPad, my experience is that there are quite a few things
MAINGEAR, a popular PC manufacturer in USA, has announced their most powerful laptop. Dubbed the TITAN 17, this desktop replacement packs the high-end hardware components that offer superb performance to gamers and creative professionals.
ASUS will be launching four new laptops at the upcoming IT Show 2011 in Singapore – Eee PC 1015PW, Eee PC 1015B, ASUS U41Jf and N73Sv. More details inside.
HP has recently announced their newly redesigned consumer PC portfolio which include the Pavilion dv4, dv6, dv7, g4, g6, TouchSmart 610 and HPx2301 Micro Thin LED monitor . The products are scheduled to to be available next month and in April.
This morning, Sony Singapore held their "Inspiring Innovation" 2011 product launch at Marina Bay Sands Convention and Expo, showcasing the new products this year.
Is the netbook in danger of getting replaced by the tablet? In all honesty, the likelihood of it happening some time in the future is there, but it would seem that the netbook is still safe for now. And with the demand for netbooks still going relatively strong, it would seem that MSI has deemed
Think that Acer is the only OEM to offer a netbook which gives consumers the chance to play around with a notebook-optimized port of the mobile Android operating system? Well, think again: NEC has also broken out its own answer to the Android laptop market with its new LifeTouch Note netbook. Wait, didn't Google announce
The ASUS Lamborghini VX6 is the latest mobile computer born from the collaboration between the Taiwanese computer maker and Italian car manufacturer. Like the sports car, it commands a premium, but boasts a luxurious design and superior performance.
AMD's Fusion chips have been heatedly debated recently. The promise of higher performance with less heat, less power consumption and lower cost seems to have proven itself true, with AMD shipping over a million of these chips in less than six months of the product entering consumer markets.