Acer's ultrathin Aspire Timeline draws your eyes in with its sleek looks and a new design. The best part? Good basic features and Acer's low price point strategy can only mean this notebook will be appeal to most consumers. Check out the details in our full review.
Join us in this special edition of ZoneOut as we fiddle around with the stylish Dell Adamo and pit it against the equally elegant Apple MacBook Air. If your only burning question is whether the Adamo is really the MacBook Air killer, then wait no longer and check out our videos for the answers!
Another monster notebook has hit our labs in the form of the Lenovo ThinkPad W700, a 17-inch workstation behemoth that is strangely agile for its size and weight, and it even boasts an integrated Wacom tablet. We kid you not.
Dell strikes right into the action with the Dell Adamo, an ultraportable that they claim is the world's thinnest laptop. Well, thin it certainly is, but does it have what it takes for us to fall in love with it? Read on for our take.
While ultraportable notebooks have long been pegged at the expensive end of the price range, thus a barrier for most mainstream consumer's wallet, HP's Pavilion dv2 looks to buck the trend with an affordable 12.1-inch ultraportable notebook. Interested? Read on for the details.
If you've been stalking Lenovo's new offerings at CES earlier this year, then wait no more. Freshly launched are two IdeaPad notebooks and the much anticipated IdeaCenter AIO desktop PC. Here are the latest brass tacks from what we've harvested. Read on!
HP's latest incarnation of their tablet notebooks, the HP TouchSmart tx2 ditches the older Pavilion brand name in favor of the cooler sounding TouchSmart. But does it Touch Smartly?
NEC's AMD Puma-based S1300 notebook makes ladies go all gooey inside with its pretty pink coloring, but does it deliver? We check it out.
Your notebooks haven't always been that slim, lightweight, 1.3kg beauty that you're used to carrying around. Join us for a time warp as we take a trip back in time when portable computers of yore weighed in at a 'mere' 10.7kg.
Toshiba's answer to the mini-notebook trend comes in the form of a typical 8.9-inch model that sports similar specs as its competitors.