The Acer Aspire Timeline X series has always been a favorite of ours, so we grabbed the 15.6-inch version, the Timeline X 5820TG to see how it holds up against other similar notebooks. Our verdict? It's still a likable machine despite its classic design.
Samsung's SEA, Oceania and Taiwan Forum 2011 is Samsung's second regional forum showcasing the Korean company's barrage of CE products readied for 2011. With fresh items based on Samsung's newfound "Smarter Life" ethos, we bring you the event's highlights as well as cool upcoming gadgets to hit our shores, including the Galaxy S2 and Galaxy Tab 10.1.
We head down to the city of Xiao Long Baos (Shanghai) to check out HP's A New HP World Event and find out more about their new and upcoming products like the HP TouchPad!
Sony revs up the new year with a fresh supply of CE products under their VAIO, Cyber-shot, Handycam and BRAVIA range. Checkout our article, as we bring you in-depth coverage on Sony's launch today centered around 3D and Internet connectivity from their Southeast Asia media conference.
We got our hands on an early unit of MSI's latest Intel Sandy Bridge gaming notebook, the MSI GT680R. We give it a quick spin to get a feel of how fast this hot rod can go as well as to see if there's anything else in store for us.
The XPS 15 is Dell's latest attempt to refresh the line, and going by its looks, it seems Dell has done plenty of updates. While most notebooks gun for a slim form factor, Dell decides to go big on style. Check out how it fared.
Samsung's latest RF series was built with one thing in mind - performance. Prepped with a Core i7 processor and discrete GeForce graphics, will the 15.6-inch RF510 ultimately hold its own against the competition? We took a long hard look at the sleek and contoured notebook to see how it measures up.
The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460M is a potent mobile GPU great for gaming notebooks, but can it handle 3D gaming? We have with us an ASUS G73Jw 3D notebook to find out.
Determined to keep up with the competition, LG has armed the 15.6-inch R590 with sufficient hardware tenacity to crunch HD videos with 3D games on the side. It even supports 3D output with a polarized screen and supplied 3D eye-wear. Is it fearsome enough to make the Dell XPS 15 or Lenovo IdeaPad Y560 quake in their pants? Let's find out!
We visited Intel's booth today and we had the opportunity to experience the new Sandy Bridge laptops, wireless display, netbooks and a preview of a couple of Oak Trail products.