Now, who says printers and notebooks don't mix? Samsung's latest launch event combines the two for an event that sadly doesn't include a notebook that can print at 10ppm but we jest. Let's take a look at what Samsung has to offer.
HP's ever popular consumer notebook returns with a new refresh that seems Envy inspired. Don't go all green with envy on us as we take a look at this sexy machine.
The Sony VAIO P makes a return to our pockets as we examine if Sony has made any improvements to the "not-a-netbook" notebook apart from its bright orange color.
Your guess is as good as mine if computing tablets would see out netbooks this year. Anyhow, we took the very thin and very premium LG X300 out for a spin to see how it fares before they turn into an artifact forever lost in the sands of time.
Toshiba's Libretto W100 is a dual-screen touch notebook that's not only small, but comes with decent hardware to boot. We managed to nab an early production set, so let's find out how good this notebook is.
Toshiba Laptop division's 25th birthday launches in style with two new notebook models including a dual-touchscreen notebook and an update to the ultra light Portege R series.
Sager's quite well known in the US for its user configured notebooks, and they now have a distributor in Singapore. This means customers can specify how hardcore they want their notebooks to be without breaking the bank. As such, we've ordered in a top end machine for review!
The Handii Go10 tablet PC packs everything you'd expect from a fully functional netbook. Naturally, we had to check it out.
Computex 2010 has yet to open its doors to visitors, but a few major vendors held their own press events today. We caught up with bigwigs ASUS and MSI and found that this year's theme appears to be tablets and more tablets.
We have just attended NVIDIA's press conference at Computex 2010 and here are the 3D highlights from the event.