Sony Vaio Z Series: Sexy laptop could be best 13-incher yet

Posted by Jinggo Aninon on Monday, January 11, 2010 , In : global 
Sony Vaio Z Video 

Our heads are still spinning from all the gorgeous laptops and netbooks we saw at CES 2010 last week. But this Sony Vaio Z Series Signature Collection was the prettiest: super-thin, with a solid state drive and a 13-inch screen that was among the sharpest and brightest we've seen. And looky there — it has an LED-backlit keyboard.

Sure, it'll be expensive, starting at $1900, but this class of notebook never comes cheap. This Vaio Z reminds us of that attractive 13-inch HP En...

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A Laptop and a Tablet into One: Lenovo IdeaPad U1 Hybrid

Posted by Jinggo Aninon on Monday, January 11, 2010 , In : global 
Posted by Kelvin Servigon for Daily World BUZZ

Lenovo IdeaPad U1 Hybrid

Lenovo IdeaPad U1 Hybrid

Touchscreens invaded the mobile phone factories. Now, they’re invading the computer scenes. The newest craze in most tech blogs today are the booming tablet industry. From Apple iSlate rumor to HP Slate Tablet PC, it’s a great thing that tablet computers are coming back. And now, Lenovo got a huge surprise to us, a laptop hybrid that can be turned into a tablet PC.

The Lenovo IdeaPad U1 Hybrid is a sleek laptop that can ...

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MSI demos Tegra 2 tablet, dual screen notebook

Posted by Jinggo Aninon on Monday, January 11, 2010 , In : global 
by Electronista

MSI at CES has new concepts

MSI at CES has rolled out a suite of new systems but notably has also trotted out a pair of prototypes signaling possible plans to get into tablet-class devices. At its booth, the company has been demonstrating a 10-inch tablet using the dual-core Tegra 250. While somewhat heavy, it runs Android and appears to be very responsive, if heavy compared to smaller tablets at the show. Spokespeople didn't have detailed specifications, but it should be capabl...
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CES 2010: Windows netbooks obscured by armies of ARM-based Linux gadgets

Posted by Jinggo Aninon on Monday, January 11, 2010 , In : global 
by Jacqueline Emigh for BetaNews 

Lenovo Skylight ARM-based smartbook with Snapdragon hardware

While new Atom-based Windows netbooks did show up at CES 2010, the Wintel mobile PC platform so omnipresent only a year ago, got way overshadowed this time around in a blitz of announcements around Linux-based smartbooks, e-readers, and tablets running on ARM processors. 

Some of the ARM-enabled netbooks on display, such as Lenovo's Skylight (pictured above), are outfitted with Qualcomm's Snapdragon chips. Plastic Logic's Que e-reader uses ARM processors from M...

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The Portable Choice

Posted by Jinggo Aninon on Sunday, December 20, 2009 , In : global 
by Tan Kit Hoong for Star Tech Central (Malaysia)

You will probably find other ideas in our gift list, but here, we’re going to concentrate on notebooks for all budgets.

Now, obviously, buying a notebook, even the cheapest netbook, is no small investment and you’ll have to be prepared to spend over RM1,000 for one, so you’d have to be pretty committed to your loved one to buy him/her such a gift.

With that in mind, we’ve got a rather special gift list that will warm the heart of most gee...

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