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.
We're starting to see more ultrathin notebooks using Intel's Consumer Ultra Low Voltage (CULV) processors, so we're pleased that Lenovo's entry, the IdeaPad U350, finally made its way to our labs. Find out from our review if this charmer can perform as well.
It's no EliteBook, but the HP ProBook does have its own charm and obviously sports a much more affordable price tag. But does it hold up to its more illustrious and business centric cousin? We find out its specialty and lay out the facts for you.
Here we were thinking that MIDs aren't going to materialize thanks to smarter phones, great pocket media players and portable netbooks. Imagine to our surprise when the Viliv S5 Real Pocket PC showed up at our doorstep that's small in size, yet packing a punch with its Intel Atom innards. Check what we thought about it.
A prototype unit of the HP Mini 5101 has made its way to our labs and we gave it a gentle spin to see how this netbook holds up
The Samsung X460 is a black beauty that pretty much 'floats' lightly in your hands while delivering good performance. This is no ultra low voltage machine despite its 1.84kg weight - it's a full sized 14-inch notebook with a Core 2 Duo processor that will knock your socks off. Check it out.
It's been a while since we've last covered a netbook in detail. So here we are back with a shootout that should knock your socks off. That's right, it's not just one netbook, but SEVEN of the newest 10-inch netbooks from Acer, ASUS, HP, Lenovo, MSI, Samsung and Toshiba in this roundup. Let's go already!
The ASUS UX30 notebook makes its way to our lab and dazzles with its pretty looks and ultra-portability.
Samsung has laid low with their notebook portfolio for the past few years. Well, not anymore. They are back in the game with a total of five spanking new mobile computers to go up against the bigger names of the industry. And they're also hungry for the netbook pie too. Welcome back 'Samy'.