Clad in a gorgeous red hue comes Toshiba's 15.6-inch multimedia machine, the QOSMIO F60. Now let's see if this pretty machine can deliver the performance to match its looks.
Packed in a 15.6-inch form factor is Lenovo's multimedia machine, the IdeaPad Y560. Boasting of sleek curves and subtle design, the notebook looks ready to entertain with a quad-core CPU and a Mobility Radeon HD 5730 discrete graphics engine. We find out if it lives up to expectations.
MSI's latest notebook takes aim at the fashion conscious crowd, but given's MSI's lack of exposure in this segment, will it work? Who knows, this sleek and sexy notebook may just charm you this time.
We heard Samsung launched new sleek and sexy notebooks, so we suited up to be equally sexy and popped by their flagship store at Vivo City to check out their cool factor. Expect new Core i7/i5 configurations with GeForce 300M/400M graphics amongst others.
The gorgeous looking ASUS NX90Jq not only boasts a unique design, but this looker also packs solid system specs to boot. We let our senses find out if this 18-inch multimedia behemoth delivers the goods.
In Japan, Kobe's mostly known for their wonderful and delicious beef, but it's also the place where Panasonic's Toughbook factory is located. So amidst the cows and the scenic views, let's find out what it takes to make a Toughbook stay tough.
Lenovo's latest IdeaPad appears to be one of its sexiest and meanest yet with its streamlined looks and powered by a Core i5 processor. We took the ultra-portable out for a spin to see if its ideas are indeed bright and smart.
Panasonic's Toughbook range of notebooks are well known for their ability to stay functioning even under the most rugged conditions, but can they deliver the performance required for day to day business tasks? We let you in on our findings with the new CF-S9.
Toshiba's latest slim wonder is one that packs a punch that belies its small frame. Find out more as we explore this sleek machine that comes with a mighty engine inside.
The annual IFA consumer electronics trade fair officially opens on 3 September in Berlin, Germany but for international journalists, the show really begins from 1 September, when they are given sneak peeks of what would be showcased before the show. HardwareZone.com was on the fairgrounds to bring you some of these highlights.