Wednesday, 10 Oct 2012
Lenovo recently revealed four Windows 8 touchscreen notebooks from both the consumer Ideapad brand as well as the enterprise Thinkpad brand.
Wednesday, 3 Oct 2012
Named X17, Aftershock PC's flagship gaming notebook comes armed with Intel Ivy Bridge processors along with either NVIDIA GTX 680M or AMD 7970M graphics.
Powered by Intel Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge i3 and i5 processors, the S300 and S400 from the IdeaPad series come equipped with Lenovo's Quick Start "instant on" functionality and OneKey Rescue System.
Tuesday, 2 Oct 2012
Today, Samsung revealed an extensive range of Windows 8 consumer devices that include an All-in-One PC, a touchscreen notebook, and two touchscreen convertible tablets.
Encased in a light but strong magnesium alloy casing, the 12.1-inch sturdy CF-SX2 has been tested to drop from a height of up to 76cm, and has the ability to withstand up to 100kg of pressure.
Thursday, 20 Sep 2012
The local office of Intel organized a media update this morning to keep us abreast of the company's technology development and innovation, with special attention paid to Ultrabooks powered by its third generation Intel Core processors.
Monday, 17 Sep 2012
Microsoft's CEO Steve Ballmer has revealed just how much you'd need to score a Microsoft Surface tablet - somewhere between US$300 and US$800.
Wednesday, 5 Sep 2012
Razer has just announced a refresh to its 17.3-inch gaming notebook, the Razer Blade. While the design remains the same, the second generation Blade will feature a currently unspecified third generation Intel Core i7 processor and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660M GPU.
Chipmaker Intel will be revealing more details of their next generation Core processor at IDF next week. Besides that, we can expect to see more innovative Ultrabook and tablet technologies that aim to change how you work and play in the future.
Tuesday, 4 Sep 2012
Acer has unveiled their initial Windows 8 strategy: equipping the very capable Acer Aspire M3, and the Acer Aspire V5 with touchscreens. Acer is no stranger to unconventional form factors, so this may mean that the Taiwanese manufacturer has something else up their sleeves in the coming months.