Archive for the ‘Notebooks’ Category

ASUS has today used its Computex 2016 press conference in Taipei to introduce the ZenBook 3 notebook. The company’s third-generation ZenBook notebook is not only designed to be ultraportable, but to also seemingly be a direct competitor to Apple’s 12-inch Retina MacBook range given the fact that the two pieces of hardware have striking visual similarities. With that said, the newly announced ZenBook 3 is thinner, lighter and allegedly faster, meaning that it should instantly garner attention from those looking for a new portable notebook.

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Synaptics – the leading manufacturer of laptop touchpads today, has announced that it will be launching a touchpad with a fingerprint sensor built into it. Called, ‘SecurePad’, the fingerprint scanner on the touchpad will be using a capacitive sensor akin to the ones found on the Galaxy S5, and the new iPad mini 3.

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The notebook industry is so large and diverse that there is always going to be a product out there that will cater for the tastes of all who are interested in purchasing one. Regardless of whether it’s an upgrade to an existing product or the consumer’s first soiree into the laptop based computing world, you can be guaranteed that between the multiple manufacturers and operating systems out there, there will definitely be something to suit all requirements.

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According to yet another report, Apple plans to double its MacBook Air production starting next month. This major increase is believed to be related to a new MacBook Air, which is rumored to come out with an upgraded Sandy Bridge processor and the new Thunderbolt I/O port. Apple has ordered parts for about 8 million […]

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Netbooks since the year 2009 have stormed the world of PC market. PC hardware manufacturers are working on bringing new and improved models of this tiny form factor every other day. To help you choose which one is right for you, we have formulated a quick specs-wise comparison between the HP and Dell netbooks – HP Mini 210-1080NR vs Dell Mini 10v.

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Panasonic has announced a new line-up of “Let’s Go” notebooks and amongst them is a netbook “Let’s Note”, sporting the new Intel Core i7 processor. The netbook in question boasts of a 1.20GHz Intel Core i7-650UM vPro processor with a 10.4-inch (1024 x 768) display. Intel’s Atom chip is the standard stuff that is showing around all over as the driving CPU of the 10.1 inches netbooks these days like the Dell Mini and HP Mini, so to have a netbook with Core i7 is surely an amazing thing for this form factor.

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Multitouch Gaming on MacBook Pro

By | January 23rd, 2010

The developers behind the popular iPhone game Touchgrind has published a video, which shows off a Mac version of the game, run and controlled by utilizing the multitouch capabilities of MacBook Pro’s mouse trackpad. This version of Touchgrind for OS X is only a technical demo and requires the newer MacBook’s with multitouch capable mouse trackpads.

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The are a number of rumored reports around the web, suggesting a possible announcement of Microsoft Courier Tablet like Slate tablet PC tonight during Steve Ballmer’s opening keynote at 2010 CES. If this happens, then we could very well have a Slate/Tablet PC, running Microsoft software well ahead of Apple’s rumored iSlate/Tablet, which is expected to be unveiled on January 27th, in Apple’s mega event to be held at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco.

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HP today has announced TouchSmart tm2, the much awaited follow up to TX2 in their convertible tablet PC lineup. The TouchSmart tm2 is going to be powered by Intel Core 2 Duo processor with monstrous 9 hours of battery life off its standard 6-cell battery. The duo capacitive multitouch touchscreen is compatible to work with both fingers and pen, oh and it will ship with Windows 7 as pre-installed OS. Best of all, like all the new HP notebooks, the TouchSmart tm2 will have aluminum build which is slimmer, lighter and stronger than its predecessor the tx2.

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Dual Screen Netbook PC with Windows 7

By | November 28th, 2009

The technology world is full of surprises and always has something new to amaze us all. Don’t believe me? check this netbook out. A dual screen netbook has emerged onto the scene from a Japanese manufacturer company called Kohjinsha, and it has been named as Kohjinsha DZ series. This netbook features dual 10.1 inches widescreen displays with each having 1024×600 resolution, and 2048×600 resolution when combined. These two screens slide out left and right, resulting in an extra long centered display.

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Gizmodo today took the wraps off the new “secret” Tablet PC concept that Microsoft has been working on. Currently called as Courier, it boasts off dual 7-inch multitouch capable screens which is designed to work with both multiple fingers-input and stylus.

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I bought this notebook back in March 2008(see my review here) and have so far enjoyed every bit of it. Recently I made some icons to replace My Computer icon in Windows Vista because I got bored of the default one. The icons turned out good so I thought I’ll share it with you guys. […]

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