Pocket-link reviews the HP Compaq NC4200 notebook and writes - ‘Business users may be the target market but if youâ€™re looking for an affordable machine for the home or student halls, this is definitely worth considering. HP has managed to build a lightweight machine that manages to offer performance and battery life. If you can [...]
Archive for February, 2006
Digital Tech News has information on the Toshiba Qosmio G35-AV600 Entertainment Notebook and writes’The 17-inch diagonal widescreen display has two-lamp Ultimate TruBriteâ„¢ technology that rivals the brightness of an LCD TV, 1440 x 900 resolution, nVidia GeForce Go 7300 high-performance graphics card, 256MB of VRAM and the QosmioEngine, Toshiba’s proprietary software that enhances digital images [...]
Trusted Reviews has posted a review on the Panasonic ToughBook CF-W4 and writes - ‘The Panasonic ToughBook CF-W4 is a great little ultra-portable notebook. The design and build quality are both first rate, while the novelty factor of the hidden optical drive is a bonus. Battery life is staggeringly good and exactly what you want [...]
Pocket Lint reviews the Acer TravelMate 8204WLMi notebook and gives it a rating of 9 out of 10. They write - ‘Mobile dual-core processing has arrived and it’s hard to imagine anyone wanting to opt for anything slower. Acer has made the right decision by making its first machine a high-end product. True, you have [...]
Trusted Reviews has a review of the Acer Aspire 9504WSMi and writes - ‘Acer once again offers superb value with a fully fledged entertainment notebook that will be perfect for the student or home office, though you’ll need to accustom yourself to the layout of the keyboard if you want to have a happy relationship [...]
Akihabara has news of the Samsung X11 Core Duo which features a 1.66Ghz Intel Core Duo (30% more than the previous X11). It also has 512 megabytes of RAM and an 80 gig hard drive.
The Samsung X11 also features a 14.1 inch screen, 2×2W SRS WOW TruSurround speakers and an nVIDIA GeForce Go 7400.
Laptop Magazine reviews the Dell XPS M140 laptop and writes - ‘Overall, the Dell XPS M140 is a thin-and-light notebook that knows how to entertain, with the most versatile instant-on feature yet. It’s reasonably priced, but the average-sounding speakers and lack of a PC Card slot keep it from being an Editor’s Choice pick. ‘