Wednesday, March 30, 2011

LG A520 New Laptops Review

LG  A520 New  Laptops Review
The A520 from LG is a cool looking laptop, now of course, looks are everything but it does help the consumer when they are deciding on their latest purchase. The A520 will be based on the latest Sandy Bridge technology and is fully capable of delivering 3D graphics.

This is what the LG A520 has on offer, a 15.6 inch Full high definition 3D LED LCD display, buyer can choose between an the Intel Core i5 or i7 processor, to compliment the NVIDIA GeForce GT540M graphics card. There is up to 8 GB of RAM, as well as up to 750 GB on a hard drive, connectivity through Bluetooth 3.0 + HS, an HDMI port and finally there is the SRS Wide 3D sound system

The LG A520 will be launched during the first quarter of 2011; prices are yet to be announced

Laptops Alienware ads Klipsch to M17x

Laptops Alienware ads Klipsch to M17x
Laptops Alienware ads Klipsch to M17x
For the first time the high end manufacturer of speakers, Klipsch will feature in the design of a new high end laptop. Alienware are well known for seeking out top of the range products, so it seems that speaker maker Klipsch who are part of the Audiovox group fit right into plans of Alienware for the new M17x gaming laptop.

Here are some of the details from the recent Klipsch press release;

INDIANAPOLIS (March 11, 2011) – Klipsch®, a leading global speaker manufacturer, announces it is working with Alienware to provide a premium audio experience in the high-performance gaming laptop manufacturer’s first 3D-capable gaming laptop. The M17x is the first release in Alienware’s gaming laptop series featuring audio powered by Klipsch to give gamers sound quality superior to anything they’ve ever heard in a built-in laptop speaker.

Klipsch is no stranger to the PC-gaming community and understands that intense game play and gripping storylines demand high-powered audio. For nearly 10 years, the company’s acclaimed THX®-certified ProMedia 2.1 have been the de facto speakers in the gaming community. Klipsch’s experience in delivering high-powered sound in a small package for gamers made the company the perfect partner for Alienware’s latest project.

Prices will start from $1,500

Mouse Computer Launches The LuvBook M130

Mouse Computer Launches The LuvBook M130
Mouse Computers have finally managed to get the LuvBook M130 off the ground, this is a new laptop that offers the consumer a great many features. These include the 10.1 inch display screen with a 1280 × 720 pixel resolution, it is powered by an Intel Atom N550 processor and the graphics are supplied thanks to an Intel 3150 graphics chip

These are the known features and details for the Mouse Computer LuvBook M130

320GB HDD or 80GB SDD is powered by an ATOM N550 CPU with an Intel 3150 Graphic chipset, comes with 2GB of RAM, Wi-Fi and a 10.1” Screen with a 1280×720 resolution

Prices from around $490 to $608

Asus Launches New U30S Laptops Review

Asus Launches New U30S Laptops Review
Asus have pop out a new laptop, it goes under the name of the U30s, which may not be inspiring but the laptop does come with some interesting features such as the 13.3 inch LED display with a 1366 x 768 pixel resolution. It will be powered by the new Sandy Bridge Intel Core i5-2410 processor running at 2.3 GHz, while graphics are provided through the Intel HD Graphics feature with Nvidia 520M graphic chips and finally the machine will be running the Windows 7 Home Premium operating system.

These are the feature found in the new U30s laptop; 13.3 inch LED display running at 1366 x 768 resolution, an Intel Core i5-2410 processor running at 2.3 GHz, 8 Gb of DDR3 RAM, a 500 Gb hard drive, a DVD-RW drive, Wi-Fi N, Bluetooth 3.0, a gigabit LAN, three USB slots, HDMI out, VGA out, a card reader, a built in web cam, a handy eight cell battery and running the Windows 7 Home Premium operating system.

No details of prices just yet

Laptops Fujitsu LifeBook AH572 Review

Laptops Fujitsu LifeBook AH572 Review
It has finally been released, the 3D LifeBook AH572 from Fujitsu, it comes fully loaded by the main features is that this is yet another 3D laptop on the market offering the consumer; a 15.6 inch display with Xpol 3D filter on the screen and with 1366 × 768 pixel resolution, powered by the Intel Core i5-2410M 2.3GHz dual core processor, with graphics coming from the integrated Intel HD 3000 graphics and there are even a pair of circular polarized 3D glasses included in the package for good measure.

These are the features for the 15.6 inch laptop, with 2nd generation Intel Core “Sandy Bridge” processor, 3D laptop features an Xpol 3D filter on the screen with 1366 × 768 resolution and 400 nits brightness, an Intel Core i5-2410M 2.3 GHz dual core processor with an integrated Intel HD 3000 graphics, a 4 GB of DDR3 memory, a 500 GB hard drive, a Blu-ray combo drive and a 6 cell battery that is said to be good for seven hours of use.

Additional specs include a couple of 1.3 MP web cameras forward and rear facing, which is handy for 3D video recording and Fujitsu have even included a pair circular design polarized 3D glasses.

The Fujitsu LifeBook AH572 with 3D features will be priced at $999.

New Laptops MSI Launch The MSI CX640

New Laptops MSI Launch The MSI CX640
MSI have added yet another laptop to their already massive range, this time it is the MSI CX640, it is a sixteen inch high definition TFT LCD display with plenty of options and choices from the Intel Core processor range. While graphics come from the NVIDIA GeForce GT 520M 1GB GPU and there is a Blu-ray and DVD player for all of the users entertainment needs too!

These are the known features for the MSI CX640;

16-inch HD TFT LCD display with the Intel Core i5 processors, a 1GB nVidia GeForce GT 520M graphics chip, an 8GB of DDR3 RAM, a 320GB or 640GB hard disk drive and a Blu-ray/ DVD combo drive. Additional specs include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0, a 7-in-1 card reader, two USB 2.0 ports and two USB 3.0 ports.

As expected, there are no details on Prices or availability

Fujitsu LIFEBOOK AH531 Notebook

Fujitsu LIFEBOOK AH531 Notebook
Fujitsu have come up with yet another new laptop, it is the LIFEBOOK AH531 Notebook. this laptop offers a 15.6 inch Crystal View WXGA high definition display with 1366 x 768 pixel resolution, it will be powered by the Intel Core i5-2410M Processor (2.3 GHz, 3 MB L3 cache, 1333 Hz FSB); 2.90 GHz with Turbo Boost. While the graphics come through the Intel HD 3000 graphics with up to 1.7 GB of shared video memory and will be running the Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium (64 bit) operating system.

These are the features of the Fujitsu LIFEBOOK AH531 Notebook :

Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium

Powered by 2nd Generation Intel Core i5 Processor

15.6″ Wide Crystal View display for brighter and richer colours

Full size spill-resistant keyboard with separate 10-key keypad

Charge phones and MP3 with the Anytime USB Charge port

Wirelessly connect to TV or a projector with Intel Wireless Display

Prices will start at around $849 plus a Free 500 GB DISKGO 2.5 Portable USB Hard Drive or a Free Coby CAM5001 Digital HD Camcorder Camera!

HP Mini 110-3135dx "Mini Laptop Review"

HP Mini 110-3135dx
The HP Mini 110-3135dx mini laptop comes with an Intel Atom N455 (1.66 GHz), 10.1 inch WSVGA display with 1 GB Memory and a 250 GB HDD, but specs are fine except in this case where it is the price that takes the headline, this machine has $140 off and will now cost a tiny $239.99!

These are the features and details for the HP Mini 110-3135dx netbook;

10.1-inch 1024 x 600 LED-backlight display, a 1.66GHz Intel Atom N455 processor, an Intel GMA 3150 graphics card, a 1GB RAM, a 250GB hard drive, a webcam, a 2-in-1 card reader, built-in stereo speakers, Wi-Fi, a 6-cell battery and runs on Windows 7 Starter OS.

Priced was $379.99 the price now is $239.99 saving $140

Asus Eee PC 1015B Laptops The Best Netbook

Asus Eee PC 1015B Laptops The Best
It looks as if the ball is about to begin rolling on the launch of the latest netbooks and laptops from Asus, these are the AMD fusion powered versions and as from toady are able to be pre-ordered for an estimated April delivery.

Asus Eee PC 1015B – 1.2 GHz AMD C-30 processor; Radeon HD 6250 graphics; 10.1 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel display; 1GB DDR3 memory; 250GB hard drive; 802.11n Wi-Fi; 6 cell battery and Windows 7 Starter

Price and availability;

$289 from ExcaliberPC

$289.99 from Amazon

Asus Eee PC 1215B-MU17 – 1 GHz AMD C-50 dual core processor; Radeon HD 6250 graphics; 12.1 inch, 1366 x 768 pixel display; 1GB DDR3 memory; 250GB hard drive; 802.11n Wi-Fi; 6-cell, 56Whr battery and Windows 7 Home Premium

Price and availability;

$379 from ExaliberPC

Asus Eee PC 1215B-PU17 – 1.6 GHz AMD E-350 dual core processor; Radeon HD 6310 graphics, 12.1 inch, 1366 x 768 pixel display; 2GB DDR3 memory; 320GB hard drive; 802.11n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 3.0; 6 cell, 56Whr battery; Windows 7 Home Premium

Price and availability;

$449 from ExcaliberPC

$449.99 from Amazon
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Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E420s Laptops Review

Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E420s Laptops ReviewYet another new release for the guys over at Lenovo, this time it is a fourteen inch display model, with plenty of choices and scope for upgrades.

This is what you can expect to see on the E420 laptop, a 14 inch display, Intel Core i7 2620M, i5 2410M, or i3 2310M processor, a choice of an Intel HD integrated graphics or a 2GB AMD Radeon HD 6630M dedicated video card, 8GB of DDR3 memory, a choice of a 320GB HDD or a 128GB solid state drive, there is even a hybrid storage unit of a 320GB HDD and a 80GB SSD.
Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E420s Laptops Review
Other features include a slot loading DVD burner, a sensitive HD web camera, the Dolby Home Theater speaker system, with Wi-Fi, Ethernet LAN, HDMI 1.4, VGA video outputs, there are two USB 2.0 ports, an eSATA/USB 2.0 combo port, a 4 in 1 media card reader, a fingerprint sensor and the battery is supposed to provide user with up to seven hours of operation time.

The Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E420s will be priced from $699 upwards.
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HP Elitebook 8440p Laptop Offers

HP Elitebook 8440p Laptop Offers
We love a bargain here a Laptop Pimp and this deal from HP is nice one to start off with, it offers the buyer a saving of 35% or $532 which ever sounds better!

The HP Elitebook 8440p laptop offers the buyer a nice 14.0 inch diagonal LED backlit high definition anti glare display with 1366 x 768 pixel resolution and is powered by the Intel Core i5-560M Processor (2.66 GHz, 3 MB L3 Cache) 2.66 GHz. While the graphics are provided through the Integrated Intel Graphics Media Accelerator HD and will be running Genuine Windows 7 Professional 32 bit operating system.

These are the specs and features for the HP Elitebook 8440p laptop;

14-inch HP EliteBook 8440p 2.66GHz Core i5 Notebook in brushed aluminium & platinum finish (XT916UT#ABA), it also features Windows 7 Professional 32-bit OS, Display Port, 2-Megapixel Webcam, and more.

List Price: $1,531.99

You Save: $532.00 (35%)

Price: $999.99 + FREE SHIPPING
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New Laptops Sony Vaio Z14

New Laptops Sony Vaio Z14
Sony have made their latest laptop the Z14, but this is no bargain machine with prices starting around $2,620 the only way is up from there, but is this laptop worth that sort of cash! As always this is going to depend on the buyer and their demands, but price is factor here as by adding more features and upgrades the price can increase dramatically.

The Sony Vaio Z14 offers the consumer a 13.1 inch Full high definition display with 1920 × 1080 pixel resolution, it is powered by the Intel Core i7-640M 2.80GHz processor, graphics are provided through the NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M GPU and its standard battery with provide up to 6.5 to 7.5 hours of running time.

These are the specs and details for the Sony Z14 series laptop

13.1-inch WXGA display, choice of 2.53GHz Intel Core i5-460M, a 2.66GHz Intel Core i5-580M, or a 2.8GHz Intel Core i7-640M, up to 8GB of DDR3 RAM, a 256GB or 512GB SSD, an optional Blu-ray disc burner, an SDXC card reader and an nVidia GeForce GT330M graphics card.

Prices start at $2,620
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Toshiba launches Tecra A11-1HZ Notebook

Toshiba launches Tecra A11-1HZ  Notebook
Toshiba have just launched the Tecra A11-1HZ Business Notebook, but only in Europe for now! if offers the buyer a 15.6 inch LED backlit display with 1366 x 768 pixel resolution, it will be powered a 2.53 GHz Intel Core i3-380M processor, graphics will come from the integrated Intel graphics card, it has 4 GB of RAM and a 320 GB hard drive, all at a starting price of around $1,100.

Here are the specs and details for the Toshiba Tecra A11-1HZ Business Notebook;

15.6-inch LED-backlit display with a native resolution of 1,366 x 768 pixels

Powered by 2.53 GHz Intel Core i3-380M processor

Integrated graphics (Intel GMA HD)

Supports up by 4 GB of DDR3 RAM

Supports document editing, web browsing, presentations, & multitasking

Runs on Microsoft Windows 7 Professional OS

Enabled with Bluetooth 2.1, Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi connectivity

320 GB hard disk drive capacity

An HD web camera with face recognition software

An Express Card slot & mini Display Port

Docking connector

Priced at around $1,100
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New Acer Iconia Dual-Screen Touchbook

New Acer Iconia Dual-Screen Touchbook
It has been a while since this interesting and very unusual double screen laptop from Acer, that offers the consumer a fourteen inch high definition Widescreen CineCrystal LED backlit display. It will be powered by the Intel Core i5-480M Processor 2.66GHz with Turbo Boost Technology up to 2.93GHz, while graphics will be coming from the Intel HD Graphics and it will be running Windows 7 Home Premium. But now it is ready to be ordered on Amazon with a release date of next month.

These are the features and details for the Acer Iconia Dual-Screen Touchbook

Dual Multi-Touch Screens: 14″ HD Widescreen CineCrystal™ LED-backlit LCDs

Tempered Gorilla® Glass: with fingerprint-resistant coating

Intel® Core™ i5-480M Processor 2.66GHz with Turbo Boost Technology up to 2.93GHz

4GB DDR3 Dual-Channel Memory

640GB 5400RPM SATA Hard Drive

Intel® HD Graphics

802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™

10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet LAN

Dolby® Advanced Audio® v3 Audio Enhancement

High Definition Audio Support

2 – USB 2.0 Ports & 1 – USB 3.0 Port

Multi-Touch Virtual Keyboard

Virtual Numeric Keypad

Virtual Touchpad

1.3 Megapixel HD Webcam (1280 x 1024 resolution)

4-Cell Lithium-Ion (3000 mAh)

6.18 lbs. | 2.8 kg. (system unit only)

Windows® 7 Home Premium

Microsoft® Office Starter 2010: Complete your PC. Purchase a product key to activate a full Microsoft® Office 2010 suite.

Priced at $1,199.99
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Lenovo ThinkPad T410i Laptop Review

Lenovo ThinkPad T410i Laptop Review
Here is a great deal for anyone looking at buying a new Lenovo laptop, take advantage of this deal and save a massive $678.45 in the process. the Lenovo ThinkPad T410i offers the buyer a 14.1 inch widescreen TFT WXGA display with 1280 x 800 pixel resolutions, it will also be powered by the Intel Core i3 330M / 2.13 GHz ( Dual-Core ), with graphics coming from the Intel HD Graphics Dynamic Video Memory Technology 5.0 and finally the machine will be running Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 64 bit Edition operating system.

This is how you can take advantage of these Lenovo deals;

To get base model ThinkPad T410i, follow these steps:

1. Click here to start at Lenovo direct store

2. Select leftmost model ThinkPad T410i with integrated graphics (Core i3) & click customize button

3. Configure to your liking, then continue to Summary Review

4. Apply coupon code USPRETHINK during checkout

Alternatively, to get the recommended ThinkPad T410i config, follow these steps (or config to $799+):

1. Click here to start at Lenovo direct store

2. Select leftmost model ThinkPad T410i with integrated graphics (Core i3) & click customize button

3. Select 14.1 WXGA+ TFT (1440×900), w/ LED Backlight (WWAN antenna) +$30

4. Select Camera, 2.0 MP +$30

4. Continue to Summary Review, then Add to Cart

4. Apply coupon code LOGICBUY10 during checkout

List Price: $1,390.00

You Save: $678.45 (49%)

Price: $711.55 + FREE SHIPPING
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Panasonic Launch New Toughbook For Busines

Panasonic Launch New Toughbook For Busines
They say that business is getting harder and so in a market like that the businessperson is going to need a super tough laptop. Panasonic have obliged by bringing out a revamped version of the Toughbook the T9 and surprisingly it weighs just 3.6 pounds and still has a 14 inch display.

It has Wi-Fi and the option for WiMAX, however all of this good stuff does not come cheap the Panasonic T9 costs from $2,900!

Select Features and Specifications of the Panasonic Toughbook:

Genuine Windows 7® (with XP downgrade option)

Intel® Core™ i5-520M vPro™ Processor (2.4 GHz with Turbo Boost up to 2.93 GHz)

320GB shock-mounted, flex-connect, removable HDD

2GB RAM (DDR3-1066MHz), expandable to 6GB

14.1” widescreen (1440 x 900) WXGA+ LCD with LED backlighting

Anti-glare screen treatment

DVD Super MULTI Drive with Dual Layer Support

Up to 7 hour battery life



30” operating drop (to base only)

26 sides 12” drop (non-operating)

220 lb pressurized vibration

Magnesium alloy case

Spill-resistant keyboard (protects against 7 ounces spills)

Embedded Connectivity

Optional integrated WWAN / Gobi2000™ mobile broadband

Optional WiMAX

Intel® Centrino® Advanced-N 6200 802.11a/b/g/n

Bluetooth® v2.1 + EDR (class 1)

Optional Integrated Security Features:

Fingerprint reader

SmartCard reader

9.9″ (L) x 12.8″ (W) x 1.0″/1.9″ (H) front/rear

Priced at $2,899

Panasonic launch New Tough Book With Battery Powerful

Panasonic launch New Tough Book With Battery Powerful
The S9 from Panasonic is the latest addition the Toughbook range and it has all of the looks and features that you would expect from a laptop called a Toughbook such as an optical drive, an Intel Core i5-520M processor, 2GB of RAM, and a shock-mounted 320GB hard drive.

However, most impressive is the magnesium alloy case, which Panasonic claims to be able to withstand a two and foot drop, although who is going to test that one out!

These are the Panasonic Toughbook (R) S9: Select Features and Specifications:

Genuine Windows 7(R) (with XP downgrade option) Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-520M vPro(TM) Processor (2.4 GHz) Turbo Boost up to 2.93 GHz 3MB Intel Smart Cache 320GB shock-mounted flex-connect hard drive 2GB RAM (DDR3), expandable to 6GB 12.1″ widescreen WXGA (1280 x 800) LCD display with LED backlighting Anti-glare screen treatment Up to 11 hours of battery life with standard battery (MobileMark) 3.0 lbs DVD super multi-drive HDMI and VGA video outputs Business-rugged 30″ operating drop (to base only) 26 sides 12″ drop (non-operating) 220 lb compression-resistant Magnesium alloy case Spill-resistant keyboard/touchpad (protects against 6 ounces spills) Embedded Connectivity Optional integrated WWAN / Gobi2000(TM) mobile broadband (EV-DO and HSPA) Intel(R) Centrino(R) Advanced-N 6200 802.11a/b/g/n Bluetooth(R) v2.1 + EDR (class 2) Gigabit Ethernet Optional Integrated Security Features: Fingerprint reader 11.1″ (H) x 8.3″ (W) x 0.9-1.5″ (D)

The Panasonic Toughbook(R) S9 is priced at $2,499
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New Panasonic J9 Tough Book

New Panasonic  J9 Tough Book
This is one of the first close up examinations of the Panasonic Lets Note J9 Tough Book, it was upgraded a while back, but still it makes for a great looking machine that is tough enough to withstand some serious punishment and is still powerful enough to be able to carry out all the jobs thrown at it.

These are the main specs and features for the Panasonic Lets Note J9 Tough Book;

Operating system: Windows 7 32 or 64-bits

Processor: Intel® Core ™ 2.53GHz i5-460m (turbo boost up to 2.80GHz)

Chipset: Mobile Intel® Express Chipset HM55

Graphics card: Intel® HD Graphics

Memory: 2GB (up to 6GB) of 204-pin SO-DIMM DDR3 RAM

Storage: SSD128GB (up to 256GB)

Screen: 10.1” WXGA (1366 × 768)

Sound: PCM sound (stereo 24-bit) / Intel® High Definition Audio

I/O: HDMI, Wi-Fi (ABGN), WIMAX (IEEE802.16e), Fast Ethernet standard, “1000BASE-T”, 3 USB 2.0 ports, analog RGB, SDXC / SDHC / SD memory card reader,

Battery life: 12 hours (8 hours without eco mode)

Weight: 1.205kg (with jacket), 0.99kg (no jacket)

Boot time: 15 seconds

No prices yet

Panasonic ToughBook CF-19 Laptop

If you're a regular reader of TrustedReviews you will have seen my previous ToughBook reviews. You will also be aware that I try to put these notebooks through as much punishment as possible while I have them in my possession. You see the Panasonic ToughBook is a very different type of notebook computer. It's not about the latest CPU or the fastest graphics chip, oh no. The ToughBook line is all about survival!

I'm sure that Darwin wasn't thinking about laptops when he wrote about natural selection, but I'd say that it's a safe bet that if you threw a dozen notebooks on a desert island for a year, it would be the ToughBook that would survive the ordeal and claim the million Dollar prize. Whether or not Darwin actually coined the phrase "survival of the fittest" (it still seems to be open to debate), there's little doubt that the ToughBook range of notebooks would survive the trials of life better than any other.

The CF-19 falls under Panasonic's fully rugged moniker, meaning that it will stand up to almost anything. That includes being dropped from almost a metre, being showered with water, being thrown in the mud and being dragged through dust and sand. It's therefore no surprise that ToughBooks are used by the US military, where the conditions are often inhospitable to say the least. In fact Panasonic was keen to mention that a ToughBook saved a soldier's life during Desert Storm, which I mentioned in my CF-29 review.

The unusual thing about the CF-19 and the CF-18 before it, is that despite being as tough as an armadillo, it's also pretty small and light. Weighing in at 2.25kg and measuring 271 x 216 x 49mm (WxDxH), the CF-19's proportions don't indicate that it could withstand serious abuse, but believe me, it can. The video embedded on this page shows the CF-19 being dropped from a metre high, being doused in water, having someone jump on it and having it doused in more water with the lid open. You can also see from the video that the CF-19 still worked after all that punishment and was happy to be doused in yet more water when powered on.

Because fully rugged ToughBooks are built to be used in extreme environments, pointer movement can be something of an issue. It's hard to use a touchpad when it's covered in mud or dust, so Panasonic has equipped the CF-19 with a touch screen instead. Now, when I reviewed the CF-29 I found it incredibly simple to navigate Windows with my index finger, but when I reviewed the CF-18 I realised that the 10.4in screen made this a little tricky. The same is true for the CF-19, which utilises the same 10.4in screen, but Panasonic gets around this problem by hiding a stylus just below the screen. Continuing with the rough and ready theme, there's also a supplied cord that attaches the stylus to the CF-19, to make sure that you don't lose it while you're kyaking down the Yukon.

One Netbook Ferrari 200 Latest From Acer

One Netbook Ferrari 200 Latest From Acer
One Netbook Ferrari 200 Latest From Acer
A Ferrari is not just about speed. This is an expression of beauty, strength, joy and pleasure. Ferrari radiates excellence rather than the concept of origin to finished product, and Ferrari One 200 offers the same sensation to the best detail. Race to your destination with attractive, ultra-slim netbook that provides great performance! 200-1799 Ferrari One is available at select outlets runcit.

Exclusive character :

A Ferrari 200 with a proud explained Ferrari Scudetto red cover that has dominated Formula One since the first race. Netbook special design makes it easy to grab and carry, while the VGA and LAN port for quick use italics italics. The interior offers a very beautiful features and details, such as metal-debt plus red LED, crates palmrest finish and smooth, high debt plus the keyboard FineTip Acer.

Endurance performance :

At the heart of Ferrari One 200 is an AMD processor with the VISION ™ technology, which balances quality and quick response multitasking by extending battery life. ATI Radeon ™ HD 3200 graphics solution helps to bring out the best rather than pre-installed 64-bit Microsoft Windows ® 7 operating system.

Passion for entertainment :

With a 11.6 "Acer HD screens CineCrystal ® support 1366 x 768 resolution, high image stunning Ferrari One 200 will make you look twice. The built-in speakers are fine-tuned and excited to provide third-generation Dolby ® Home Theater ® surround sound.

Swift to the connection :

Stay connected with wireless LAN 802.11b/g/n ® Acer SignalUp technology support for kecekapan larger antennas. Low light-enhanced Acer ® Crystal Eye webcam allow the trial of VoIP is very good, even in a noisy surrounding.

Fujitsu Lifebook TH700 With Price Tag

Fujitsu Lifebook TH700 With Price Tag
Fujitsu Lifebook TH700 With Price Tag
Just today, when I search the website on Fujitsu, we are happy to find out a new tablet available which belongs to the Fujitsu Lifebook series. For those who are Fujitsu Lifebook fans, you must have a good look at this device. Actually, this is a new tablet with the codename of Fujitsu Lifebook TH700. In this article, I will tell you some features about this tablet as well as other information. And today, in its website, we have found out it has been available with its price tag. What is better, it is free to sell.

OK, there is a price tag available on the purchase for about $999, which makes a discount on the basis of $1,000. Then I will tell you some features about this tablet in order to give you an overall understanding of this article. They are on the following of this article;

To be mentioned, Fujitsu Lifebook TH700 supports the spill-resistant, full-size keyboard with touchpad as well as modular bay battery. What is more, there is capacity storage with DDR3 for 4GB, as well as a hard drive with 320GB. In terms of the screen display, it boasts a 12.1 LED WXGA display which comes with a high resolution. To be mentioned, it runs an Intel Core i3-380M Processor at the speed of 2.53 GHZ. Besides a L3 cache with 3MB, it is powered by ambient light sensor.

There are other features which include Gigabit Ethernet LAN, Intel® HD Graphics, WiFi, as well as others.

Ultra Mobile PC Eking E5 Laptops Series

Ultra Mobile PC Eking E5 Laptops Series
What you see in the picture is the Eking E5 UMPC. You people may agree that the age of the UMPC is somehow over, as the tablets are so popular nowadays, and UMPC manufacturers are ready to make a change before tablets completely take the market.And Eking is just such an UMPC manufacturer.

What you see here in the image is the E5 UMPC from Eking, it comes up with a new look, and we now much pleased to take a review of this machine, the Eking E5 UMPC features a 3.0 megapixel camera, GPS, support for 3G connectivity, bluetooth, 802.11 b/g wifi, 16GB SSD, 1GB of DDR2 memory, as well as a 1.2GHz Intel Atom Z515 processor.The highlight of the Eking E5 UMPC is a five inches WSVGA display screen, and as what you can see, it can be slided back and tilted.

The device costs $800 in China, that is ¥5416, we have no idea when the machine will be launched out of China.Just remember that if you can not wait very long for the Eking E5, you still can buy tablets out there.

Samsung SF410-A01 Laptops The Best

Samsung SF410-A01 Laptops The Best
Then comes another one from Best Buy. Recently Best Buy present the Smasung laptop for sale. With its codename of Samsung SF410-A01, this laptop comes with a price tag of $699.99. What do you think of such price tag? If you want to buy it, you can check Best Buy for more details. Anyway, there are a lot of features available for you to have a look. I will also make a review for them.

Actually, Samsung SF410-A01 laptop comes with a dimension of 13.6″ x 9.6″ x 1.05″ ~ 1.27″ as well as the weight of 5.3 lbs. Then I would like you to know some features about this laptop in order you can have an overall understanding of this product. Besides a battery life for about 6-cell lithium-polymer battery supporting for 4 hours, more are available on the following of this article.

First of all, Samsung SF410-A01 laptop boasts a 14 inch LED screen display which provides a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. What is more, there is capacity storage with DDR3 RAM for 4GB, as well as a SATS hard drive with 640GB. When mentioned the graphics card, it is powered by Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium Edition 64-bit as the operative system. In terms of the CPU system, it runs an Intel Core i3-380M processor at the speed of 2/53HGz. If you want to, you can use softwares such as Adobe Acrobat Reader, Cyberlink YouCama nd Microsoft Office Starter 2010.

There are other features which include 4G WiMAX mobile broadband technology, 3 USB 2.0 ports, 4-in-1 digital media reader, 0.3MP webcam, as well as others.

Main features listed in Samsung SF410-A01 laptop:

* 14 inch LED screen display
* resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels
* DDR3 RAM for 4GB
* SATS hard drive with 640GB
* Intel Core i3-380M processor at the speed of 2/53HGz

MSI X370 Slim Laptop With One Single Charge

MSI X370 Slim Laptop With One Single Charge
MSI announced a new laptop with the name of X370, the machine has an AMD environmentally E-350 processor as well as the Engine power-saving technology, which makes machine can last up to 10 hours with one single charge.
MSI X370 Slim Laptop With One Single Charge
MSI – Taipei today announced the X370 laptop, the device comes up with a much slender body,it is less than 1″ thin, and only weight 1.4kg.The new machine is powered by Microsoft’s Genuine Windows 7 Home Basic/Premium operating system,X370 also has a 13.5″ HD LED backlight display screen with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixel, which might be not a very bigger display screen, as for the Graphics card, the device adopts an AMD Radeon HD 6310 Discrete-class graphics card.If you have lots of media files to store within your X370 laptop, the device has a 320GB/500GB/640GB hard disk drive.As for communication, the X370 supports 1 x Gigabit LAN, bluetooth v2.1 + EDR and a 802.11 b/g/n WLAN, all of them should be able to give you a fast speed when you need to connect to the internet.

The X370 has a 1.3m built-in webcamera,if you need to chat with your friends and family, the X370 is good enough for that.As for output, the X370 has two USB 2.0 ports, a VGA output and a HDMI output, if you think the 13.4″ display screen is too small for viewing games or movies, you can link your computer to a HDMI input capability HDTV, which should be enough for provide a better viewing experience.

As for the battery, you can either pick up a 4 cell li-ion battery or a 8 cell li-ion battery.We must say that noramlly a laptop features a 6-cell li-ion battery, it is the first time we see a 8 cell li-ion battery machine.

Laptop's Wortmann AG Terra Mobile 1586

Laptop's Wortmann AG Terra Mobile 1586
Today, we are going to mention a new laptop in the article. It is said that the Wortmann AG Company is going to release a new laptop in the market, with the codename of Terra Mobile 1586. With that being said, the new laptop is good for business users.

Of course, this new laptop is endowed with a lot of more excellent features. In case you are interested in this new Wortmann AG laptop, we are going to introduce its detail features in the following article. Please go through the whole article.

As far as I know, the new upcoming Terra Mobile 1586 laptop is bestowed with 15.6-inch screen with the resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. What is more, as for the processor, this new laptop is empowered with 2nd of Intel Core Sandy Bridge CPU. In terms of the operating system, the new laptop is installed with 64 bit of the Windows 7 Ultimate OS. Other more details will be listed in the following.

Wortmann AG Terra Mobile 1586 features:

* Screen size: 15.6-inch
* 4GB of RAM memory
* 500GB of hard drive memory
* Screen resolution: 1366 x 768-pixel
* Mobile platform: Intel’s Huron River
* CPU: Intel Core Sandy Bridge processor
* A DVD writer, Wi-Fi, multi-card reader
* Graphics card: NVidia Series 500M series
* OS: 64-bit Windows 7 Ultimate operating system

It is reported that the new Terra Mobile 1586 Laptop is going to be available for purchase in the market in the early of March of 2011. However, the other more details of the pricing, release date, and availability of the new laptop are unknown right now. If you are interested in it, please pay attention to our website. We will keep update its latest news.

MSI GX600 Gaming Laptop Sports

MSI GX600 Gaming Laptop Sports
MSI has bumped up the feature set on its GX600 gaming laptop to create a more powerful computing platform. This new laptop is known as the MSI GX600-Enhanced.

The MSI GX600-Enhanced now features Intel 45nm processing technology, 3GB of RAM and a 320 GB hard drive. It also sports the latest NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GT 3D graphic chipset, Windows Vista Home Premium, and a 15.4-inch WXGA+ display.

MSI carries over on this laptop its “Turbo Drive Engine” technology, which it says can boost CPU speed up to 20 percent at the touch of a button. This laptop should be available shortly if not already in stores.

A New Laptop Digital Roll Review

A New Laptop Digital Roll Review
Ask anyone what a laptop, a notebook, or a netbook looks like and the chances are they’ll tell you it has a screen and a keypad and is sort of square shaped but maybe with rounded corners.

Ask them to elaborate on differences between the various models and you are likely to hear about differences in thickness, whether it’s light or heavy, and the sizes of the screens.Some may come out and speak about fancy features like raised keyboards or multi card slots, data security maybe.
Then you have those who would focus on the different colours and trims, whether it’s glossy or matt what they are made of and so on.
A New Laptop Digital Roll Review
The point I’m getting at here is that basically all laptops, no matter what you call them, follow the same basic bookish design with maybe a few added touches, features or specifications that differentiate them from the rest.

You would be pretty shocked if someone came out and said that a laptop is cylindrical or tube shaped and that it rolls up like a scroll. It might even cross your mind that they were completely mad or some alien creature from another planet.

That just isn’t an image the masses are likely to have in mind at all when you mention a laptop and yet that is exactly the design that computer scientist and designer Hao Hua has come up with.

Ok so it’s still at the conceptual stage and not a reality yet but what an exciting idea.

According to Hao Hua the digital roll as he calls it is “the next generation laptop design”. Personally, I can’t wait.

The laptop would have a flexible OLED screen, a roll-able keyboard and the straps double up as USB outlets.

It even has a mouse and a webcam that you can attach to your wrist. This really is computing on the go at its best.

Hao has even put a lot of thought into the cooling system which is equally as innovative as the rest of the design.
A New Laptop Digital Roll Review
droll 500x263 The “Digital Roll” A New Laptop Concept That Breaks The Mould

I particularly like the thought that has gone into the in-between bit that allows you to check your emails quickly without unravelling the ‘laptop’ entirely.

Are we likely to see it making an appearance on the streets any time soon? Unfortunately no! But you can bet that I for one will be waiting when it does.

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

New Sony's VAIO PC PictureBook C1VN

New Sony's VAIO PC PictureBook C1VN
Sony today announced that its new VAIO PictureBook C1VN will feature the Crusoe processor, whose energy-saving capabilities will substantially enhance the popular notebook PC's battery life.

New Processor Nearly Doubles the Battery Life of VAIO PictureBook PC for up to 5 1/2 Hours(a) of Mobile Use Sony Electronics today announced that its new VAIO(R) PictureBook C1VN notebook computer will feature the Crusoe(TM) processor, whose energy-saving capabilities will substantially enhance the popular notebook PC's battery life. With the new C1VN model expected to ship next month, Sony is slated to be the first to bring the benefits of the Crusoe processor to U.S. consumers. "With Sony's VAIO PC line, we're constantly enhancing the consumer's PC experience by providing the world's most robust technologies in stylish, ultra-light and compact form-factors," said Mark Hanson, vice president and general manager for VAIO PC products at Sony Electronics.

"At just 2.2 pounds, the PictureBook is light weight. Couple that with the enhanced battery life Sony is experiencing with Crusoe and consumers get more productive mobile time and greater flexibility in how they use their notebooks. With this technology, there's no reason to be tethered to a power cord or searching for an AC adapter." In addition to substantially improved battery life, the PictureBook features a new built-in progressive scan camera for better digital still and video images and a full complement of digital video editing software, making it one of the market's smallest, most powerful business computing and digital video editing systems. Among the PictureBook's full suite of office and entertainment applications is Sony's MovieShaker(TM) -- a fun, simple application for producing digital home movies, complete with transitions, effects and music -- Intuit Quicken(R) 2000, QuickTime (TM), Microsoft(R) Word 2000 and Adobe's Photo Deluxe(R), Business Edition. Also featured are additional Sony applications, including DVgate(TM) and PictureGear(TM), which allow users to capture full motion digital video and still photography for dynamic multimedia presentations -- or even video e-mail. PictureGear(TM) allows for enhanced management of digital content - both sound and video files. Users can visually organize and manage personal digital content collections including still images, digital video clips, MP3 files and much more.

In addition to the super-fast 600 MHz(b) Crusoe Processor and the new progressive-scan CCD camera, the VAIO PictureBook has a 12 GB(c) hard drive, 128 MB of SDRAM -- and a dedicated MagicGate(TM) Memory Stick(R) media slot for easy storage of downloadable SDMI-compliant music, high-resolution images and other data. The VAIO PictureBook features Sony's programmable Jog Dial(TM) control for easy application loading of a host of user-friendly applications.

The new PictureBook PC begins shipping in October with an estimated selling price of $2,299(d) The PictureBook will also feature Microsoft(R) Windows(R) Millennium Edition (Me) operating system. "It's no surprise that Sony, the company that created the ultralight notebook category, is first to market with Crusoe," said Dave Ditzel, chief executive officer, Transmeta. "Unlike other microprocessors, Crusoe uses an innovative 'smart layer' of software to perform functions normally done in hardware on a chip. This fundamental, unique design difference allows Crusoe to be smaller, run cooler and be more power-efficient than traditional microprocessors."

CASIO's Fiva Notebook Review

CASIO's Fiva Notebook Review
Casio Computer, most famous for watches or pocket organizers, will be introducing a Crusoe-based sub-notebook at COMDEX, Monday November 13th. The sleek little Cassiopeia Fiva weighs in less than one Kilo, measures less than 1 inch (21mm to be exact) thick, uses a 8.4" TFT screen and can run for an eternal 9 hours with the largest battery option.

In the few days after Tranmeta's IPO arrived there have been a slew of product announcements, and more are expected throughout the week as COMDEX unfolds. The Cassiopeia Fiva is still in prototype stage, but is expected to hit the market as soon as Q1 2001. It is not clear if the Fiva will be available in North America at this time, or just Asia. Currently, most of the notebooks, or sub-notebooks which have made it to market have only been released in Japan where there are more services available to compliment the notebooks. In particular integrated wireless internet access has been a major selling point.

"The prototype unit is the size of an A5 file with a thickness of 21 millimeters (0.8 inch), housed in a lightweight, compact body. The unit weighs less than a kilogram (35.3 ounces) and features an 8.4-inch SVGA TFT LCD."

Casio has managed to squeeze upwards of 6 to 9 hours out of the unit, when employing the largest battery size. It has not been stated what the average battery time will be for the standard battery the unit ships with. The large battery is an extra purchase for would-be Fiva buyers. Although detailed technical specs are scarce at this time, the Fiva, running WindowsMe, will include the following features: "diverse I/O standards, including compatibility with a 100Base-TX LAN, iEEE1394, USB, a CompactFlash (CF) Type II card slot, a PC Type II card slot and a v.90/K56 Flex high-speed modem, and also offers excellent expandability and network connectivity."

With additional notebook suppliers being mentioned on an almost daily basis, it will be interesting to see how Transmeta's (NASDAQ: TMTA) stock will fair in the days after COMDEX. The loss of a potential deal with IBM to include Crusoe in its ThinkPad 240 was a large mental-stumbling point for many investors.

Fujitsu P-2000 Laptops Review

Fujitsu P-2000 Laptops Review
The Fujitsu Lifebook P-2000 is one of the few widely available Crusoe-based notebooks in North America, and one which has generated quite the cult following for its size, battery life and wickedly well suited display for DVD's. Under the hood, is Transmeta's current flagship processor, the 867MHz TM5800 Crusoe.

Since this is also the notebook we use behind the sceens, we are going to be offering a few guides here to help out with upgrades, software and tweaks to get the best performance possible. There are already a considerable amount of resources on the P-2000 located at as well. For the official word on specs, visit Fujitsu's website.

So lets get started with the first Fujitsu P-2000 guide about how to upgrade the subnotebooks memory.

1.) How much extra memory can you add to the on board 256MB?

The current model of the Fujitsu P-2000 only accepts one, 128MB microDIMM memory module.

2.) What kind of memory do you need?

Full sized notebooks typically allow you to expand their memory with one 144-pin SO-DIMM module of SDRAM. Single and double spindle subnotebooks like the Fujitsu P-2000 don't have as much room to spare inside and so the tiny SO-DIMM modules aren't practical. Instead, these small notebooks use 144-pin microDIMM's. Essentially, these sticks of memory have a condensed PCB which crams the four TSOP-II memory chips into a more efficient piece of real estate.

In the image below we have the two sticks set up side-by-side for comparisons sake. Both types of DIMM have 144-pins, but they are in no way compatible. So, to recap, the Fujitsu P-2000 uses 144 pin microDIMM memory (bottom module).

3.) Where can you find the right memory for the P-2000?

For this guide we went right to to pick up a 128MB 144-pin microDIMM module (Crucial Part No.CT253602) of PC133 CAS3 SDRAM. That's the exact description of the memory, but you can just click this link to go there directly.

The Fujitsu P-2000 is limited to just one 128MB expansion module, so even if you can find a 256MB microDIMM chances are it won't fit, or it won't work. Smaller 64MB memory modules are also available, but there really isn't any point in upgrading half way is there? Let's Begin...

Sony VAIO C1MV Picturebook with Processor Versi Crusoe TM5800

Sony VAIO C1MV Picturebook with Processor Versi Crusoe TM5800
When Sony first introduced the Picturebook it was the very first Cruseo-based subnotebook to make it on to the market. The release of the C1MV Picturebook on Transmeta's 0.13 micron TM5800 signifies that subnotebooks with non-Intel chips are growing in demand. The C1MV features a 733MHz TM5800 processor, Windows XP and the standard integrated CMOS camera above the high resolution 3/4 size TFT display. The VAIO C1MV and is expected to retail for about $1900USD mid-November 2001.

Like the earlier Crusoe-powered VAIO Picturebook's the C1MV is incredibly slim and portable - but while still packing in a host of features that make it useful to both the business and home user. At 1.0" thick and weighing a 2.2 pounds, the C1MV comes standard with a 20GB hard drive, 128MB DDR memory, 8MB ATI Radeon-M graphics chip, 8.95" UWSXGA (1280x600) TFT display and TM5800 733 MHz Crusoe processor.

The TM5800 series is manufactured on the 0.13 micron process, enabling the C1MV to consume less power and remain in use for upto 15.5 with a quad-size battery. The standard size battery has enough power for the VAIO C1MV to remain in operation for up to 4 hours. As with previous Picturebooks, battery life is influenced by how much the CMOS camera is used. All that in a package which measures 1" x 9.8" x 6" and weighs only 2.2lbs!

Port Replicator

Since subnotebooks are notorious for casting aside anything that even remotely fits under the term "legacy" the VAIO C1MV comes bundled with a external port-replicator. The port replicator makes it possible for C1MV users to make use of a 10/100 Ethernet connection or multimedia ports for video editing for example.

Business will probably be content to just leave the port replicator and all the cables at work, and take the C1MV alone. The C1MV subnotebook is with a V.90 modem, IEEE 1394 connection, and Memory Stick media slot - Sony's brand of proprietory flash memory. Three different sizes of batteries are available to power the notebook; standard, double and quad. With the largest battery pack clipped in, the C1MV can run for about 15.5 hours, and with the double battery 8 hours.

DVD-Quality Video

The hallmark of any VAIO Picturebook is the built-in rotating CMOS camera just above the 8.9" TFT screen. On the VAIO C1MV, the designers have opted to use a progressive scan camera with one-button capture or digital still and video images - directly to the computer.

The C1MV also sports MPEG1 thru MPEG4 and JPEG support to yield an ideal platform for viewing DVD quality video on the 1280 x 600 screen. The notebook even goes so far as to house a built-in real time MPEG2 encoder and decoder. The encoder makes it possible for users to convert an external video source to MPEG2 for higher quality video playback.

Given Sony's past efforts the C1MV looks to be a tantalizing extension of the original Picturebook, and one which will hopefully offer users a Cruseo-based platform with long battery life, decent performance, and superb functionality.

Fujitsu's Biblo Loox Laptops Specs

Fujitsu's Biblo Loox Laptops Specs
Fujitsu announced way back at the end of September that they would be supporting the Crusoe line of processors with two sub-notebooks, the FMV Biblo Loox T (FMVLT553W3) and the FMV Biblo Loox S (FMVLS553W ). While Sony seems to have beaten them to the punch with the Crusoe-powered VAIO series (which will be available in North America) the Biblo Loox are looking kinna cool in their own light. The 3/4 high LCD screen seems like a new trend in portable design.

For the most part the specs that Fujitsu lists for their Biblo Loox S & T are standard, the clock speed for the TM5600 doesn't seem to jive with previous statements about it's speed though. The TM5600 is supposed to be a 700Mhz chip, probably just a typo on their part.

Battery life for each device, with standard sized batter sits at 4 hours or below . Apparently a large battery will push that life span toward 7.5-8 hours. Both portable computers will never see a store's shelf in North America, as they are intended solely for the Japanese market. If you've been wondering what "LOOX" means this should help, in the original, unedited (translated) version :)

"LOOX - Coined word. "The LOOK" (you see) + "X" (infinity / unknown)
" By the fact that the knitting machine is utilized, the internet "infinity" Anytime and "you look," at information / possibility, simply anywhere it can do thing,"
With we include the meaning of saying."

The full spec sheets are listed on the next page, as well as the full press release (it went through an online translator so it's a bit rough around the edges).

Sony VAIO PCG-U1 Crusoe Ultra Notebook

Sony VAIO PCG-U1 Crusoe Ultra Notebook
Sony were the first to introduce a Crusoe based subnotebook and this time around they are the first to introduce a palm-top ultra subnotebook (what we are calling the PCG-U1 around here). The PCG-U1 is powered by a TM5800 Crusoe processor running at 867MHz and sports up to four hours of battery life in a package the measures less than 185mm wide. The XGA screen on this little guy is 6.4" in size and supports a resolution of 1024×768 pixels. The ultra subnotebook weighs just 820 grams.

The TM5800 is Transmeta's newest Crusoe processor which comes equipped with 128 Kb of L1 and 512KB of L2 cache. The chip is based on the 0.13 micron process and is expected to eventually scale to 1.0GHz. Equipped with 128MB of SDRAM, and expandable to 256MB, the PCG-U1 also comes with a 20GB ATA100 harddrive. All other media drives are external, connecting via USB, or port replicators, except for a Sony memory stick port.

With Windows XP home edition loaded on to the small 20GB hard drive, and room for proprietory Sony Memory sticks on the side the PCG-U1 at least features an RJ45 network adaptor, twin USB ports, and Firewire jack for large data transfers. One Type II PCMCIA port is integrated with in the ultra sub notebook, and larger batteries can be clipped on to the bottom to boost the average 2 hour lifespan to 4 hours.

At the moment the Sony VIAO PCG-U1 is only available in Japan, and is like to remain that way for some time to come. The small form factor that the Japanese love so much is often difficult for western individuals to use because hand sizes tend to be larger. The U1 is an interesting step to take a notebook computer - sort of a glorified PDA with notebook qualities, but it remains to be see what real market share devices like this will be able to capture. With cellphones, PDA's and now notebooks converging on the same features it is getting difficult to tell the lines between ultra portable and ultra superfluous application duplication.... after all if your cell phone can now open word documents, and your PDA can send email, should the notebook become a cellphone... only Confucius can really tell for sure.

Alienware’s M11x Gaming Notebook

Alienware’s M11x Gaming Notebook
Alienware’s 11.6-inch, 4.5 pound, sub-$1000 gaming laptop has landed at the offices.

The M11x is one most portable gaming systems ever, and one of the only one that can double as a rather nice thin-and-light laptop. It packs game-ready NVIDIA GeForce GT 335M graphics along with a Intel Core 2 Duo ULV processor (U7300) for extending the battery life as much as possible.

Starting at $799 this is computer is going to appeal to a lot of people, including those who want an Alienware but need portability or that have been dreaming about gaming on-the-run. There are downsides to the light weight though–you have an ultraportable sized display on a thin-and-light chassis, the battery is not removable, and you don’t have an optical drive. These three details feel relatively minor when you are gaming on a 4.5 pound laptop though.

Check back at for a full review and check out our YouTube channel for further coverage of the M11x, including gaming benchmarks.

Alienware’s M17x Gaming Notebook Review

Alienware’s M17x Gaming Notebook Review
Alienware’s M17x gaming notebook might not have gotten a new name (more like a capitalization) but it did receive one of the most anticipated refreshes in laptop computing this year. The M17x will remain Alienware’s portable flagship as well as one of the most powerful laptops available today. If you are interested in gaming laptops, you have an appreciation for powerful computers, or you simply like industrial design, the new M17x is worth checking out.


We posted a review of the original Area-51 m17x a few months ago. It was a solid system that was starting to show its age, but really needed some new internal components (especially video cards) more than anything else. Rather than just revise the guts, Alienware (read: Dell) completely blew the doors off. The laptop received a new, all metal-chassis, improved lighting, a revamped style (the Stealth design which all Alienware’s new products will eventually use in one form or another), a glass edge-to-edge display, and improved internals. The M17x got what the video card gaming enthusiasts are looking for (dual 260Ms or dual 280Ms) as well as high end processors, a 1920×1200 display, and more.

As tested the M17x was outfitted with Intel’s Core 2 Quad Q9100 (2.27GHz) processor, 4GB 1333MHz RAM, Windows Vista Home Premium 64-bit, 640GB of storage (dual 320GB disks in RAID0), the Nvidia 9400M integrated GPU, dual Nvidia GeForce GTX 280M graphics cards, a DVD burner, and wireless a/g/n with MIMO. Starting at $1799, our $3249 build is a solid one, but not through the roof. More RAM, and Extreme series processor, higher-end storage, and Blu-ray would have taken it to the next level… and easily over the $4000 mark.

One differentiating factor with the new computer is that there is an extra graphics chip inside. If you ever wanted to use the M17x on the go you could switch over to the on-board 9400M integrated graphics and improve your battery life because it draws much less power than, say, dual 280M cards in SLI.


Being a full-on desktop replacement and powerhouse the M17x is outfitted with an array of connections. These include: VGA, DisplayPort, HDMI, ethernet, 4x USB, Firewire, eSATA, expansion slot, card reader, slot-loading optical drive, and four sound jacks. Sadly the only connection on the back is for power, which means that ethernet is on the left side of the system, rather close to the front. The system has a webcam that is blended very well into the glass above the display.

The design changes were radical but overall things worked out for the best. The design is reminiscent of a muscle car, complete with a front grille and an angular hood (when closed), thanks to the pointed LCD lid. The aluminum skin on the chassis looks and feels great–it’s the single most impressive change from the previous generation. The trackpad is large and well designed, not that you’ll be using it much, and the keyboard is about the same as it was. The big change here is that there are multiple lighting zones across the keyboard so you can customize the colors to your heart’s content, and watch them bleed into one another–the effect is impressive even with the most goofy assortment of colors. The anodized aluminum comes in black, silver, and red.


The build quality seems very good, and, thanks largely to the aluminum, the M17x feels like Alienware’s best system in a long time. We’ll see how it holds up over time, but for now it seems great. The aluminum gives the case a roughness and an armor-like bulkiness that is a clear differentiator from the previous plastic and something that sets the expensive M17x apart from almost every system in its class. Not a single screw is visible on the outside of the computer, save for the four that hold on your custom nameplate. The unsightly Intel sticker was placed on the bottom of the computer, and Microsoft and Nvidia stickers don’t litter the palmrests either.

Of course, the new design is not without its flaws–the front grilles are a bit over the top, especially with their lighting (they don’t even have any active cooling behind them). Also the system is heavy, so moving it around is a struggle. Finally, it’s large; no effort was made to slim down the 2.1-inch thick behemoth, despite the addition of the 9400M which is used when you want to save power. If anything is lacking with the the build, it just might be the hinge though. There is a bit of wiggle to it when open, a common issue with 17-inch displays, and when shutting it you have to be careful because it wants to slam shut. The hinge is stiff when opening the system as well, and two hands are required. None of these issues are particularly bad, and working with all the glass and aluminum can’t be easy, but it’s a new design and the area could have gotten more attention.

In a problem area that was addressed, the touch controls are better than before. They still light up above the keyboard’s number pad, but now they seem more responsive. Also the confusing volume touch-slider is gone, in place of it are volume up and volume down areas. There is no mute area though. In another touch area, the trackpad is nearly flush with the palmrests, but it is textured with a hexagonal pattern and is surrounded by a backlit strip, making it easy to feel the difference between it and the palmrest, so this was not a problem. The trackpad is a good size, but given the area around it Alienware could easily have expanded it and allowed for an improved experience.


Alienware doesn’t put all this work into the hardware only to skimp on the software. The system comes complete with Alienware’s Command Center, which is made up of AlienFX (lighting controls), AlienFusion (power plans), AlienTouch (trackpad customization), and AlienSense (facial recognition-based security). While these won’t revolutionize your computer usage, they are a nice touch and something that might make people glad they got an Alienware. The lighting controls are especially cool since there are now 10 independently controllable lighting zones, each of which can be one of 20 different colors.

Anyone who followed the build up to the release of the M17x knows that Alienware was calling it the “AllPowerful”, clearly building up expectations. Justifying those claims shouldn’t be too hard when you have components like dual GTX 280Ms with 2GB of video RAM and a quad-core processor. The system, as expected, is quite powerful. Just how powerful (the system should range from “very” to “insanely”) will depend on what upgrades you get, but anything with the dual 280M graphics cards will easily take on the games of this and, in all likelihood, next generation. The dual 260M graphics card are a great option as well, and will save buyers some cash. An Nvidia rep had this to say about the choice: “The GeForce GTX 280M delivers up to 30% more performance than ATI’s top-of-the-line Radeon Mobility 4870 GPU, and the GeForce GTX 260M delivers up to 20% more performance than ATI’s Radeon Mobility 4850 GPU. They share the same underlying architecture, which is ideal for notebooks, and is a new super-breed of G92.”

The performance difference between 280Ms and 260Ms will vary based on workload, but it could be as much as 25-35 percent. The system handled everything thrown at it (Fallout 3, Left 4 Dead, Death to Spies, etc.) with ease and getting it to stumble was not easy. The M17x’s PCMark Vantage score was 5438, while the 3DMark Vantage score was 11777 (GPU: 9899, CPU 27334).

To get the maximum amount of battery life from the M17x you’ll want to go into Stealth Mode to use its integrated graphics*. This is a quick switch, but it did not end up being very effective for us. I recorded a recent podcast on the Alienware and using battery power and the 9400M the system lasted for just 66 minutes before dying. Using Skype is more demanding than typical internet work, but this time is still pretty sad. Don’t expect more than 90 minutes from this beast, no matter what you are doing. What this ends up meaning is that the 9400M really is more useful for saving power and cutting down on noise during desktop work than it is for mobile use.


For day-to-day use the M17x handled itself very well. They keyboard is large and easy to use and the display, aside from occasional glare, looks great. The speakers are very good for a notebook (even an 11lb. one) and I found the lighting to add to my gaming, not distract me from it. The system is cooled properly and doesn’t generate an excess of heat. Once all the hardware inside gets cranking the fan will be audible, and it can get noticeably loud, but it won’t drown out your game.

Alienware’s M17x is an excellent gaming notebook and it improves on the previous generation in almost every way. There were high expectations for it and those were met in just about every aspect. If you want a top-notch gaming notebook and you don’t mind spending the money to get it, the M17x will not disappoint–from the aluminum design to the premium components to the customizable lighting, the M17x stands out in a competitive field.

Even so, the question isn’t if the M17x is a solid laptop, but rather is the M17x more than you need. Starting at $1800 and easily getting over $2500 the M17x is a serious investment, and one that comes along when many sub-$1800 systems can play today’s games extremely well. Maybe you won’t be able to max out the settings or play fullscreen in two years, but you can spend significantly less and game very well. If have decided that you want the best possible gaming experience and future-proof hardware, this brings us to a final concern–the most exceptional aspect of the M17x comes in the form of those GTX 280M video cards in SLI. The lighting, the aluminum, and the other frill are all great, but ultimately the 280Ms are what people want. If these can be had elsewhere,then all Alienware’s extras might not be as appealing.

* Note: When testing the battery life I ran into what could be a flaw with the switching graphics. When starting the system without it being plugged into the wall, there is a warning saying that the M17x wants to move you to the 9400M graphics to save power… clever right? But then when I wanted to plug in and game later, the computer only had access to the 9400M–Fn+F7 did not switch in and out of Stealth mode (low power mode) and the Device Manager did not even see the GTX 280Ms. After some fiddling around it wasn’t clear what had happened, but after a little while I figured out that the issue was BIOS-related. After a reboot and hopping into BIOS, I found out that Hybrid Graphics had been disabled. Switching it back restored full functionality, but for someone without PC experience this would have been a problem. After restoring the BIOS option, Stealth Mode worked again and Fn+F7 switched between the two graphics solutions in just a few seconds. Alienware has confirmed that a new BIOS release will be available very soon, so this, and any other issues should be addressed.

New Alienware M15x and M17x laptops

New Alienware M15x and M17x laptops
The new Alienware M15x and M17x laptops combine brains with brawn to give you the ultimate Hi-def mobile gaming and entertainment powerhouse.With mind-blowing graphics,the latest generation of processors and their new industrial design,you’ll have the universe bowing before you.Be all powerfull-it’s yours for the taking

Power your most intense games and programs at blistering speeds with Intel’s fastest Quad-Core Extreme mobile processor wit overclocking capabilities

Graphics to Be Reckoned With

Run the most powerful gaming laptop in the universe with a powerful graphics card. NVIDIA® GeForce® SLITM graphics deliver high frame rates with excellent resolution — so go ahead, crank up those game settings. Experience incredible scalability, performance and compatibility while obtaining desktop quality imagery. You’ll be amazed by what you’re now capable of.

BinaryGFX — With Alienware’s BinaryGFX technology, users have the ability to switch between discrete or integrated graphics.

Stealth Mode — While in Stealth Mode, discrete graphics cards are turned off and other components throttle down to achieve a 65W power limit

Powerfully Unique Design

Power isn’t only on the inside of the Alienware M17x and M15x. Protect your world with Alienware’s all-new, anodized aluminum case design with aggressive lines and in-your-face attitude that can manage your thermals and look good doing it. And you can personalize your machine with a choice of two color options: Metallic Silver or Metallic Black.

QuickTouch system control pad — Run your fingers above the keyboard on your M17x/M15x and you won’t feel a thing. Your laptop, however, will. The Alienware QuickTouch control pad uses touch-capacitive sensors to access and manage power and volume controls, Bluetooth® and wireless connectivity and Command Center and Stealth Mode launch functions. Illuminated by the dramatic AlienFX lighting control system, QuickTouch renders mechanical buttons and control knobs obsolete.

Stunning Display — See bolder colors on the 17¨ widescreen LCD display. Featuring a dual CCFL back-lit LCD with higher brightness, the Alienware M17x will display more detailed, higher-quality imagery than single CCFL displays. And with an 8-ms response time, ghosting will be a thing of the past.

Webcam — The 2.0-megapixel webcam and digital microphone array lets you broadcast across the web, while wireless capabilities have you up and running anytime, anywhere.

HP Pavilion dv6-1152tx Laptops Review

HP Pavilion dv6-1152tx  Laptops Review
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HCL P3854 ME Laptop computer options Intel twin core processor and integrated Directx 10 Graphics at inexpensive price.

HCL P3854 ME Laptop computer Technical Specification:

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15.four″ inch (1280×800 pixels) Vast LCD Show

Intel Pentium Twin Core T4300 Processor (2.1GHz, 2MB cache)

nVIDIA nForce MCP79MVL Chipset

Nevidia Geforce 8200M


160GB Sata Laborious Disk

DVD Super Multi Drive with DVD RAM Support

Wi-Fi 802.11b/g

4 USB, External MIC Input, External Audio Out, 1 PCI Categorical Slot , 4 in 1 Card Reader

Leaptop Companion DVD, Microfibre LCD Protector, ten thousand Gaming Hour

6 Cell battery

Weight: three Kg

One Yr Warranty

HCL P3854 ME Laptop Price in India: Rs. 24,700/- Indian Rupee (INR)

HP Pavilion DV6-1152tx – 15.6″ inch Highly effective multimedia laptop computer options Intel core 2 duo processor, devoted ATI Radeon Graphics card and Windows Vista Residence Premium @ engaging price.

HP Pavilion DV6-1152tx Technical Specification:

Real Windows Vista House Premium

Intel Core 2 Duo Processor T6400 (2.0 GHz, 2 MB L2 Cache, 800 MHz FSB)

4GB DDR2 800 MHz

500 GB Sata Laborious Disk


15.6″ inch (1366 x 768 pixels) Excessive Definition HP Brightview Display

ATI Mobility Radeon™ HD 4530 (512 MB dedicated memory)

One ExpressCard/fifty four slot (additionally helps ExpressCard/34)

Webcam with Built-in Digital Microphone

802.11a/b/g/n WLAN

Weight – 2.88 kg

6-cell Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) battery

ninety W AC Power Adapter

1 yr Guarantee

HP Pavilion dv6-1152tx Value in India – Rs. fifty three,750/- Indian Rupee (INR)

Alienware M11x Laptops Under $200

Alienware M11x Laptops Under $200
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While Dell’s introduction of the first gaming netbook on the latest CES or Client Electronics Present in Las Vegas wasn’t essentially the last word show stopper, the Alienware M11x did turn lots of heads, especially among the many gaming crowd. Having a small compact four pound gaming netbook with an 11 inch display goes in opposition to all the pieces related to gaming laptops, since most gaming notebooks are heavy, large and try to pack every thing below the hood that a first rate Gaming Desktop PC would possess. Huge emphasis on try.

But a gaming netbook goes completely in the other course, what’s up with that?

Properly, truly there’s quite a bit to note about this modern highly effective little machine primarily as a result of it comes from Alienware, the premier maker of gaming machines on the planet. Whereas many severe avid gamers swear anything however a PC for gaming is a silly concept; most would agree if it’s a must to lower your self to utilizing a gaming laptop computer – it would as properly be one made by Alienware. In other words, Alienware and computer gaming have develop into synonymous in the hearts and minds of most gamers.

In our ever growing demand for every thing cellular, maybe a gaming netbook is only the following illogical step! Make it small, make it highly effective and they’re going to come. Right?

Not so fast.

The jury continues to be out on this gaming netbook which will hit the marketplace in February and promote for under $1000. Which is still costly, considering many quality netbooks are within the $200 to $400 range. Will avid gamers snap up this transportable gamer with a purpose to have their games with them, irrespective of where they go? Judging by the recognition of such units as the Nintendo DS, the answer might be a solid yes.

Bettering these odds are the slightly impressive specs featured on the Alienware M11x which sports a Excessive Definition eleven inch display and a GT335M GPU from NVIDIA. It’s capable of enjoying such well-liked games as Name of Responsibility (Fashionable Warfare 2) at 30 frames-per-second with a 1336 x 768 max resolution. Alienware is claiming even increased frames charges with benchmarks of well over 60 fps, even able to reaching 90 fps. Battery life (as claimed by Alienware) stands at 3 or 4 hours for gaming, and as much as 6 or 7 hours for common use.

The M11x also sports some other impressive specs for such a small machine: built-in Wi-Fi and webcam, a number of USB ports, HDMI-output, SD card reader and a constructed-in SIM card reader which will enable customers to utilize their cellphone SIM card and have entry to Web services. Also, the M11x has both the NVIDIA GPU and an built-in chipset – you’ll be able to change to the much less demanding graphics when not gaming to save battery life.

In fact, the M11x has all the styling and features you would count on from an Alienware gaming laptop computer, like those seen on the powerful M17x and M15x. With jet-black seems and multi-zone LED illumination on the keyboard, alien logo, audio system and so on… the M11x will definitely stand out when evaluating netbooks. In our self-absorbed world, appears to be like do count however what’s beneath the hood will be of most interest to players who need a small portable system for their gaming.

Alienware, as of but, isn’t giving gamers the total-monty of what is on this system however full particulars will come when this gaming netbook is unleashed to the public. However dedicated avid gamers who must have their gaming accessible always, regardless of the place they are, in all probability will not be disenchanted with the Alienware M11x, the world’s first gaming netbook.

Laptops Samsung R528 is Powerful

Laptops Samsung R528 is Powerful
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The Samsung R528 is powerful, good wanting and good efficiency and inexpensive too. It is Designed to reinforce your unique sense of style with non-obligatory patterns to choose in addition to comfortably suit your on-the-go lifestyle with its ergonomic engineering and sturdy casing, this cell pc is really an awesome all-round value. Samsung R528 worth can be less in India

samsung R528 specs:

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Processor Intel® Pentium Processor T4400 (2.20GHz, 800MHz, 1MB)

Main Chipset Intel GL40 + ICH9M

System Reminiscence 2GB (DDR3/2GB x 1)

Reminiscence Slot 2 x SODIMM

Show LCD 15.6″ LED HD (1366 x 768) sixteen:9 Gloss

Graphic Reminiscence Shared Memory (Int. Grahpic) Graphic Processor Intel GMA 4500M (Int. Graphic)

Storage HDD 250GB (5,400rpm S-ATA)

ODD Super Multi Twin Layer (S-ATA)

Wired Ethernet LAN 10/a hundred LAN Wireless LAN 802.11bg/n*

VGA, HDMI USB 3 x USB Multi Card Slot 3-in-1 (SD, SDHC, MMC)

X-Dock Port No

Normal Battery 6 Cell

samsung R528 value in India is 24000 INR

Brand New Toshiba Laptops

Brand New Toshiba Laptops
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New Sony Vaio PCG GRS150 notebook

New Sony  Vaio PCG GRS 150 notebook
A smart blend of performance and affordability, Sony's new Vaio PCG GRS 150 notebook is perfect for demanding consumers who must work within a budget.
Featuring a 1.7 GHz Intel Celeron CPU, a fast 400 MHz bus, 256 MB of DDR SDRAM (expandable to 512 MB), and a 16 MB ATI Mobility Radeon 7500 video accelerator, the GRS150 will efficiently handle most typical mobile computing tasks but is not well suited to processing-intensive applications such as 3-D rendering or gaming. The unit is equipped with a sizable 30 GB hard disk and a removable internal DVD/CD-RW drive through which you can back up your data, burn and play your favorite music, and watch the latest Hollywood blockbusters.

At 12.9 by 10.7 by 1.8 inches and just 6.8 pounds (7.5 pounds with battery and optical drive installed), the GRS150 is comfortably portable. The system includes a 15-inch XGA display, an 86-key keyboard with touchpad and Jog Dial, stereo speakers, a V.90 modem for low-speed Internet and e-mail access, and a 10Base-T/100Base-TX Ethernet interface for high-speed surfing and LAN integration. Battery life is sufficient at 2 to 5 hours with one lithium-ion cell and 4 to 10 hours with two.

The GRS150 boasts an impressive list of connections and amenities, including a Memory Stick media slot, an i.Link IEEE 1394 interface for fast uploads from devices such as digital camcorders, dual USB ports for plug-and-play peripherals, an integrated wireless LAN interface, a TV-out, a parallel port, and a headphone jack. Pre-installed software includes Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition and an enormous array of business and multimedia utilities.

Inexpensive yet capable, the Soni Valo PCG GRS150 is a solid bet for the typical notebook user.