When we last saw the Acer Aspire 8930G last year, we were pretty impressed by the mammoth 18.4-inch DTR. Making its return to our labs is the souped up Aspire 8935G and we go in-depth to find out what Acer has been cooking with this upgraded model.
BenQ has made an impressive start with its affordable and reliable Joybook Lite U101 netbook. Would the larger and possibly meaner U121 Eco be any better? Let's find out.
Oh look what we have here: a prototype model of Samsung's newest and sexiest notebook fresh from the factory clad in delicious matte black, the Samsung X420. Check out our preview for a look at this pretty looking Intel CULV-based notebook.
It's that time of the year again, where the speedy Formula 1 cars make their way down to Singapore for a night race. What better way for Acer to take advantage of this event by launching a new addition to their product lineup? This time around it's a Ferrari-themed netbook that's bound to whiz you away. Surprisingly, it's based on the AMD Congo platform!
It was indeed nothing but HP at the PC giant's regional media event, which showcased its latest upcoming netbooks, notebooks and desktops. Among the gems spotted include the ENVY series of high-end luxury consumer notebooks, a new Ion-based Mini netbook and other ultra-slim notebooks. Find out more in the next few pages!
AMD's successful Puma notebooks are next in line for a refresh with the Tigris platform coming soon after Windows 7 debuts. Expect a mobile AMD 785G chipset, new 45nm Turion II processors and better power management. Also, the ultrathin Yukon platform gets an upgrade to Congo. More details inside.
Straight from Nokia's high-key event over at Stuttgart, Germany, we bring you firsthand news of two of the hottest gadgets to have emerged since last month. The first is Nokia's Booklet 3G that's making headway into the netbook territory and the second is the svelte new Nokia N900 smartphone, which runs on Maemo OS instead of the usual Symbian S60.
The 8.9-inch ASUS Eee PC T91 goes finger friendly with a tablet form factor and comes powered by the usual Intel Atom innards. Find out more!
Suzuki isn't fazed by the big boys just as yet, seeing how they have introduced yet another 15.6-inch notebook with a very affordable price tag.
Fresh from Sony is a more orthodox Sony netbook, the Sony VAIO W that's a netbook which the Sony VAIO P wasn't. We find out if that's indeed the case.