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Acer Aspire Ethos laptops with detachable touchpads

Posted in Acer by Reuben Drake on June 8th, 2011

Acer has announced two Aspire Ethos laptops for the multimedia enthusiast and they include detachable touchpads that can also act as remotes. The Aspire Ethos series laptops will be available later this month starting at £999, with two different sizes to choose from. There’s the standard 15.6in model and a 18.4in version.

The screens are Cinecrystal LED backlit units that are full HD 1920×1080 resolution on the 18.4in model and 1366×768 on the smaller 15.6in model. They come pre-loaded with Windows 7 64-bit versions of either Home Premium or Ultimate.

Toshiba 3D Optional Qosmio X770 gaming laptop

Posted in Toshiba by Conner Flynn on May 18th, 2011

Toshiba has announced the new X770 Qosmio gaming laptop. This one has a more metallic enclosure compared to it’s predecessor and shrinks the display from 18.4 inches to 17.3 inches (1920 x 1080), which is obviously easier to carry around.

The standard configuration gives you a Core i7-2630QM processor, 8GB of RAM, 1.25TB of storage from a pair of hard drives, and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560M graphics. You can also get a separate X770 3D model, which sports a 3D webcam and gives you a pair of active shutter glasses. Both will be available in the next few weeks, starting at €1,300 ($1,850).

Acer announces Aspire 5750, 5750G, and 7750G laptops

Posted in Acer by Conner Flynn on January 5th, 2011

Acer has announced several new laptops, including the new Aspire 5750, 5750G and 7750G. The trio all feature Intel’s 2nd gen Core i7 2630QM CPUs. The Aspire 5750 and 7750 have up to 6GB of memory, while the 5750 is upgradeable to 8GB using two 4GB modules. The 7750G has a hard drive capacity of up to 750GB, while the 5750 has up to a 640GB HDD.

The 5750G comes with NVIDIA’s new GeForece GT 540M graphics, while the 7750G comes with ATI Mobility Radeon HD 6550 or 6650 graphics standard. All three models also boast LED, backlit displays, with the Aspire 5750 and 5750G measuring 15.6-inches, while the 7750G is a 17.3-incher with a resolution of 1600 x 900.


Toshiba launches Satellite M645, A665, A665 3D Edition laptops

Posted in Toshiba by Conner Flynn on January 5th, 2011

Toshiba has just launched several new laptops featuring Intel’s new processors. There’s the 15.6-inch Satellite A665 which has several processor options including the Core i7-2630QM and AMD Phenom II Dual and Quad Cores. Then there’s the 14-inch Satellite M645 that features the Intel Core i5-2410M as standard. Both have multiple graphics options up to NVIDIA GeForce or GT 525M with Optimus, up to 8GB of DDR3 SDRAM, and up to 640GB hard drives.

How about a Satellite A665 3D Edition which features a full HD, 3D-ready display and comes with NVIDIA’s active shutter 3D glasses and #D Vision IR emitter? Right now we don’t have any specific info on availability, but they will arrive in the first half of the year.

HP Core i3-based G62t laptop

Posted in HP by Conner Flynn on February 4th, 2010

The new G62t may be in the same family as HP’s budget-minded G60 laptop, but it has more in common with the high-end Envy 15 as far as appearance. It certainly is stylish. The specs are pretty respectable too. You get a standard Core i3 processor (upgradable to Core i5 or i7), 3GB of RAM, a 160GB hard drive, 15.6-inch LED-backlit display, and a DVD burner (upgradable to Blu-ray).

Their is at least one downside, the non-upgradeable integrated Intel HD graphics. Then again the starting price is just $699, making that drawback something many of us can live with. Looks good.

Panasonic unveils new battery tech for laptops

Posted in Panasonic by Shane McGlaun on December 21st, 2009

The huge battery recalls from a few years ago showed that a flaw in the battery could have serious consequences for computer makers and consumers. Several batteries short-circuited and caught fire leading to property damage on more than one occasion.

Panasonic has introduced new battery technology that not only offers longer run time for laptops, but promises to be safer too. The new batteries use a standard cell form factor and pack in 3.1Ah per cell compared to the 2.9Ah of current cells.

Dell Latitude Z 600 16″ laptop announced

Posted in Dell by Conner Flynn on September 29th, 2009

Dell Latitude Z 600 16″ laptop announcedDell has released details on their latest flagship business laptop. Dubbed the Dell Latitude Z 600, it features a 16 inch screen with a resolution of 1600 x 900 pixels and a backlit keyboard.

You have your choice of 2 processors; the Intel Core 2 Duo running at 1.4GHz or a 1.6GHz SU9600 processor. You can configure it with up to 4GB as well get dual SSD drives for storage. The Dell Z 600 also boasts an optional wireless charging stand for $200 as well as a wireless dock that houses a USB, DVI and other connections.


Sony warns laptop owners of defective NVIDIA GPUs

Posted in Sony by Shane McGlaun on August 12th, 2009

nvidia-logo-sbNVIDIA GPUs have been at the center of some notable issues with laptops. The GPU was a weak link in some Apple notebooks when the new Mac models with NVIDIA GPUs debuted. Sony is also having a problem with the GPUs in some of its notebooks.

Sony is warning owners of its Vaio laptops that the GPUs from NVIDIA inside the machines may be faulty. The fault could cause the GPUs to overheat and ultimately fail. Sony says that it is offering free repairs and an extended warranty on certain Vaio models that feature NVIDIA graphics made with faulty die and weak packaging.

GD Itronix GD8000 rugged laptop debuts

Posted in Computers by Shane McGlaun on March 16th, 2009

gd8000-sbThe rugged laptop is a strange beast that forsakes some of the portability of a normal laptop to allow the rugged system to be used in environments where a standard laptop would not be able to operate. Dell recently introduced a new rugged laptop called the E6400 and last year unveiled the rugged D630 that met many military specifications.

Today GD Itronix has announced its own rugged laptop called the GD8000. The machine can be had in a 13.3-inch version that meets military specifications and offers capacitive touch technology in the screen. The manufacturer claims that the machine can withstand 30 gallons of water blown at 40 mph without failing and well as vibrations caused by a helicopter.

PolyFuel Lenovo T40 laptop prototype

Posted in Lenovo by Conner Flynn on July 20th, 2008

PolyFuel Lenovo T40 laptop prototype
When you talk fuel cell technology, you generally think cars. Well, fuel cell technology could end up under the hood of your laptop in just a few short years. Maybe sooner.

A company based in California named PolyFuel has been working on an interesting prototype that converts methanol fuel to electricity to power a laptop. The Lenovo T40 ThinkPad is being used as PolyFuel’s prototype. The fuel cell is about the size of a standard deck of cards. Running at full capacity, it will supposedly have 10 times the power of similar Lithium Ion batteries. That translates to three times the battery life, which is about 10 hours. Refillable cartridges can be carried and switched on the go, making it super easy and convenient.

HP gets new laptop release fever, drops 16 models

Posted in Notebooks by Nino Marchetti on June 10th, 2008

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Hewlett Packard, as you’ve probably noticed today, kicked out a ton of new digital products as part of a special coming out event. HP seemed to particularly go crazy in the laptop department, unveiling some 16 new notebook computers.

The rainbow of new HP laptops focuses across both consumer and business platforms. HP said in summary all of these notebooks are designed with new materials and software features that “enrich the user experience.” To get a general summary press release, check after the jump.


Toshiba UL863 LED TV Series With Face Recognition

Posted in Toshiba by Conner Flynn on June 6th, 2011

Toshiba Europe has introduced the new Toshiba UL863 LED TV series with a new face recognition feature. The Toshiba UL863 can identify up to four users and automatically select their personal settings. Through an embedded WLAN interface, the LED TV easily connects wirelessly to the home network and allows access to Toshiba Places, Toshiba’s Web-based content and service platform for laptops and TVs.

It also supports HbbTV, the European standard for providing an open platform that seamlessly combines TV services delivered via broadcast with services delivered via broadband. The new Toshiba UL863 LED TV series is available in 32-inch, 37-inch, 42-inch or 46-inch models.

MSI introduces MSI CX620 with 3D display

Posted in MSI by Conner Flynn on November 7th, 2010

MSI is introducing a version of their MSI CX620 laptop with a 15.6-inch 3D display that uses circular polarization technology, so special glasses are required to use it. There are three different modes that you can choose from for the display. There’s native 3D, automatic 2D to 3D conversion, or standard 2D.

The CX620 can be configured with an Intel Core i3 or i5 CPU. Both models feature a 1 GB Radeon CPU, WiFi, HDMI output, and a webcam. Sadly, we don’t have an availability date or pricing information.

Dell Inspiron M501R with AMD Phenom II X4 CPU

Posted in Dell by Conner Flynn on May 16th, 2010

The Dell Inspiron M501R is powered by AMD’s Phenom II X4 mobile processor, codenamed Champlain. The laptop comes with either 1GB ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4250 graphics or ATI Mobility Radeon HD 550v graphics, a 15.6-inch 720p HD-capable display, standard DVD burner and an optional Blu-ray drive.

Some other features include an integrated 1.3MP webcam, speakers, 802.11n WiFi, optional Bluetooth, Ethernet LAN, three USB ports, an eSATA/USB port, optional 7-in-1 media card reader, VGA and HDMI outputs, along with a full-size keyboard with numeric pad.

TSA says Netbooks, e-readers and iPads can be kept inside bags during airport checks

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on April 8th, 2010

The American Transportation Security Administration has informed travelers via it’s blog, that when traveling to, from, and within the USA, portable computers smaller than “the standard sized laptop” don’t have to be removed from their bags.

So what is the standard sized laptop? Well, they don’t really say. However, Kindles, iPads, Sony Readers, Nooks, and “Net Books” are named as being exempt from the requirement to unbag your computer for the X-ray scanners. Of course, there’s the disclaimer that staff might want to take a second look at odd-looking devices, but for the most part you can leave that e-reader in your bag.

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