Fujitsu starts 2010 with loads of promise in their newly refreshed lineup of notebooks. Packed with Intel's Core processors, these notebooks look ready to sparkle and shine thanks to the new features that Fujitsu has packed in. Let's take a peek, shall we?
If there's anything we've taken away from reviewing netbooks since the craze started, it's that design plays a really important part when the hardware and form factor are all but similar. LG seems to understand this and its LG X120 stands out from the sea of similarity with a gorgeous exterior design that's both lovely for the eyes and the fingers.
Lenovo has sneaked in a tiny manifestation under its X-series belt. Here's a preview of the Athlon Neo-based X100e notebook, branded by Lenovo as an ultraportable for executives. Hopefully, it'll retain most of the charms of the brand's venerable ThinkPad.
Dell's Alienware brand finally makes its way to our region after a long wait. The burning question - is the Dell Alienware m15x worth the wait for hardcore and casual gamers? Let's find out.
Netbooks are a dime and a dozen, but Fujitsu's M2010 differs from the pack. We find out its secret.
Acer does a twist and turn with Google's Android on their Aspire ONE netbook. Find out if Android is a good enough reason to shell out the cash for a new netbook.
Ever wished you could pocket your notebook? Sure Sony's VAIO P might have characterized that, but it wasn't quite practical. Meet Fujitsu's new LifeBook UH900 that attempts one-up the competition. Also at the winter launch event were new ultrathin notebooks using both the Intel and AMD low voltage processors.
Samsung bumped up their X-series of ultra portable notebooks with a new addition recently. Do stick around if you'd like to find out about the 14-inch X420 and why we think it's a winner. We aren't making any references to Coldplay by the way.
From its bright red cover to the Formula One engine whine the moment you start up the netbook, there's just no escaping the Ferrari touches on this Acer netbook. So is it worth the premium moola you'll be paying for this baby? Let's find out!
With so many netbooks around, what can one do to differentiate itself and stand out from the competition? Gigabyte seems to have a plan, and today we'll be taking a closer look at their 1022M Booktop, a netbook that can actually 'transform' into a desktop. Intrigued? Check out our review then.