Mobile Tech Review has reviewed the IBM Lenovo ThinkPad X41 Tablet and writes - ‘All the goodness of a ThinkPad in a Windows XP Tablet: that’s a winning combination. This machine has excellent build quality, enterprise level security and IBM’s excellent management software. At less than an inch thick and 3.5 pounds, this is one [...]
Archive for October, 2005
ZDNet reviews the Fujitsu Stylistic T4020C and writes - ‘Holding the tablet in “tablet mode” is fairly comfortable but it favours a right-handed person. Your left hand would rest over the felt that covers the memory and optical drive so it would give a right-handed person a better grip. A left-handed person would find where [...]
ZDnet reviews the Acer TravelMate C310 (they give it a rating of 3 out of 5) and writes - ‘The Acer was the fastest tablet tested. Even though it didn’t have the fastest CPU it featured a very fast graphics processor which helped it record the highest score in Winstone. In the battery run-down test [...]
ZDNet reviews the Lenovo ThinkPad X41 Tablet PC and writes - ‘The ThinkPad is the most comfortable tablet to use by far. There has obviously been a lot of thought and design put into it. The battery is quite large and sticks out an inch and a half from the tablet. It looks a bit [...]
Hardware Central reviews the Fujitsu LifeBook P1510D and writes - ‘The P1510D’s benchmark performance is pretty much what you’d expect from an ultralight, battery-miser notebook: fine for everyday work with office applications, no chance of demanding image or video editing or gaming. We saw a BAPCo SysMark 2004 result of 92 (Internet Content Creation 102, [...]
‘How big is your laptop? Fifteen inches? Seventeen inches? How about a massive 19- or 20-inch wide-screen LCD model?
With so many DVDs featuring letterboxed or wide-screen versions of films, consumers’ fascination with larger screen sizes is changing the size and shape of the laptop industry, an IDC report issued Monday stated.
The wide-screen format, found in [...]
The Dell XPS M140 is a marriage of performance and mobility. Light and easy to carry, the M140 offers uncompromising performance in a compact design , helping you get the absolute best out of your notebook anywhere and everywhere you go.
Intel Pentium MThe Power to Perform
Intel Pentium M 700 sequence processors are designed [...]