Trusted reviews has news on a new laptop from Evesham - the Evesham Quest A430. They write - “The CPU has had a boost, switching from an AMD Turion 64 TL-50 to the latest TL-56, while graphics have also been significantly improved with the GeForce 6100 replaced by GeForce 7600. You also now get the [...]
Archive for December, 2006
Silicon Republic reviews the HP Compaq nc2400 and writes - ‘If you thought the extent of segmentation in the PC market amounted to desktop, laptop and tablet, then the existence of a form factor known as the ‘ultraportable’ will probably come as a surprise. Compact by name and by nature, HP’s Compaq nc2400 (pictured) is [...]
Pocket Lint reviews the Lenovo 3000 C100 and writes - “Yes, compromises have been made in the choice of processor but this helps keep the price so low, it’s hard not to be impressed. What really stands out about the Lenovo 3000 C100 is the build quality and the battery life, neither of which we [...]
Engadget has news of NEC’s ShieldPRO Tablet PC - a tablet PC that can withstand drops of up to 90cm.
“The Magnesium Alloy chassis measures in at 48-mm (1.89-inch) thick and up to 3.5-kg (7.7-pounds) to protect a 1.2GHz Core Solo U1400, up to 2GB of memory and 60GB of disk, a 1024×768 12.1-inch display, 8-hour [...]
‘MacScoop has obtained reports from sources believed to be very reliable, claiming that Apple is developing a smaller and ultra-thin form-factor MacBook Pro.
The new laptop should be even thinner and weigh less than the current models in the MacBook Pro line-up. In spite of this very tiny and lightweight form-factor, the miniaturized MacBook Pro should [...]
CNET posts their review of the Fujitsu LifeBook A3110 Notebook and writes - “Fujitsu’s new LifeBook A3110 has one trait that’s particularly rare in the world of mobile computing: It’s white. Outside of Apple’s MacBook line, most laptops still hew to the gray/black end of the color spectrum (and even the MacBook also comes in [...]
CNET has posted a review of the Lenovo 3000 N100 and gives it a rating of 6.4. They write - “After Intel’s late-August Core 2 Duo launch, the first Lenovo laptop to incorporate the new processor wasn’t a ThinkPad, but the humble Lenovo 3000 N100. With a starting price of $699 ($929 for the base [...]