Is this the ultimate gimmick from Acer or a genuine contender for the front row of the grid? Possibly a bit of both — Acer is actually the official supplier of notebooks to the Ferrari Formula One racing team, so clearly it has done a bit more ...
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New additions to Sony’s K Series line of Vaio notebooks include the PCGK66P, a $3899 machine with an impressive list of features, and the substantially cheaper PCGK64 that chimes in at a very reasonable $2499. We managed to get hold of a pre-pr...
When I set out to write this review I was planning to make much of the fact the ASUS S5200N was basically a rip off of the Apple 12.1-inch G4 iBook — but the more I thought about it and the more I used the notebook it became apparent that even ...
You have to hand it to Sony, it likes to do things with style. The new Vaio Z1VGP notebook, while not overly exotic, has just enough shapely curves to make it stand out from the crowd. The Z1 comes pretty well decked out with a 1.6GHz Pentium-M CPU, ...
SAN FRANCISCO (02/27/2004) - The US$1899 Acer Inc. TravelMate C300 is a convertible unit that can serve as either a conventional notebook or (with the screen flipped over) a Tablet PC whose screen you can write on using the included stylus. Notebook ...
Despite Microsoft’s best efforts, tablet PCs remain a niche product that haven’t yet managed to widely infiltrate the market, although I suspect this may simply be a matter of cost rather than any inherent faults with either the hardware ...
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To achieve a lightweight, compact package, sub-notebooks typically compromise both speed and battery life. But Dell’s new $4232 Latitude D400 has top-notch speed, provides lengthy battery life and weighs just under 1.8kg.
Among the monthly influx of hardware and software to the PC World Test Centre were two brand new notebook PCs from two of the big name Asian manufacturers – ASUS and Gigabyte. The ASUS L5800C machine is a big brick of a thing packing some serio...
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Yet another notebook utilising Intel’s new Pentium-M Centrino chip has arrived on the scene, this time from notebook powerhouse Toshiba. The Tecra S1 is packed to the gunwales with features and packs some impressive performance to back up the g...
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