We were invited to the Singapore launch of the ASUS ZenBook and managed to get a brief hands-on with their latest Ultrabook to hit the market. While it looks gorgeous, is that enough to set itself apart from the deluge of Ultrabooks scheduled to hit the market?
The ASUS N43SL receives a Jay Chou makeover. Is the new special edition better than its original predecessor or simply a cosmetic change? Read on to find out!
When you think ‘gaming notebooks’, Samsung probably isn’t the first name that comes to mind, but that may be changing soon with the release of Samsung’s 17.3-inch Series 7 700G7A.
Dell's previous Alienware notebooks have scored high with us thanks to powerful hardware and slick styling. Will the R3, the latest upgrade to the M17X do as well? The answer awaits in this full review.
The first wave of Ultrabooks is finally upon us, and the Core i7 Lenovo IdeaPad U300s with a 256GB SSD, has one of the best looking designs we've seen so far. But is it good enough to be effective against its competitors? We find out.
The Core i7-equipped Acer Aspire S3 is the first Ultrabook to hit the market. At first glance, it sure looks like everything we'd hope for in an ultraportable notebook, but does it live up to the Ultrabook moniker? Read on to find out!
The Toshiba Portege R830 is one for the suits, those who have no time for anything other than an Intel Core i7 processor, a built-in optical drive, and more than 4 hours of battery life. It's slim profile and 1.4kg light weight make it as portable as it is handy. Let's check it out!
The Sony Vaio Z is the physical representation of what Sony's "no compromises" promise actually means. This 13-inch ultra thin and light notebook sports a high-end quad-core Core i7 processor, a full HD screen, nifty design touches and a handy dock that vastly increases its multimedia capabilities. We find out if the new Vaio Z can fulfill its marketing promises.
Intel's upcoming Ivy Bridge processor based on the world's first tri-gate transistor is going to be more than just a die shrink from 32nm to 22nm.
Intel outlines its efforts to reduce idle platform power consumption by more than 20 times in its next generation Haswell processor products for Ultrabooks at the Intel Developers Forum 2011 (IDF 2011).