Toshiba introduces the little brother to the G30, the Qosmio F30. Minus the HD-DVD optical drive, the F30 is still packed with multimedia features that will still blow you away.
The Lenovo V100 has a lot of good features, including a Lenovo Care program that acts as "tech support" to help users via a few mouse clicks.
Compared to the popularity of Intel's Centrino notebooks, there isn't that many notebooks powered by AMD's mobile processors. For AMD's brand new Turion 64 X2 platform, there are even fewer examples. Here's one of the first such retail notebooks, BenQ's entry level Joybook P41.
The new Intel-based MacBook and Mac mini will not only perform faster than its predecessors but are also more affordable than before.
Sony has upped the bar of mobile computing yet again with the unveiling of its smallest VAIO UX series in Japan and USA recently. Today we take a look at one of its variants, the UX17GP.
Providing a remarkable entertainment showcase, users will fall in love with the new Toshiba Qosmio G30 as it also comes with a HD-DVD drive for HD-DVD movies.
Want to have a notebook that will withstand the wrath of Mother Nature and your occasional negligence? Then the Toughbook CF-18 is just the right notebook PC for you.
Dazzling visitors at this year's CES, Dell's mobile concept PC has made the leap to reality. This powerful and extremely substantial notebook is now available in retail, though at an equally hefty price. Join us as we try to reattach our jaws after spending time with the Dell XPS M2010.
Included in Samsung's latest lineup at their annual roadshow was the world's smallest laser printer as well as a dazzling range of new monitors and notebooks. Their exclusive Q1 UMPC was also featured with a live demonstration. Join us as we bring you on a quick tour of the Samsung Roadshow 2006.
After giving the Samsung Q1 a thorough going over, we were left highly impressed and concluded that UMPCs as well thought-out as this are a special "breed" that is worth anyone's attention.