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.
The widely anticipated Blu-ray drive makes its debut on a notebook and predictably, the honor goes to the Sony VAIO VGN-AR18GP. Here's what we thought of this high-tech luxury.
Toshiba has been trying to catch up in the wake of its major competitors' successes. Fujitsu's Notebooks screams miniature chic while Lenovo appeal with their rough-and-tumble look. Check out what Toshiba is offering in an effort to find their own corner of the business notebook market.
Pinned your hopes on getting one of those cool decked-out portable gaming machines that first debuted in the US? Start saving, as Dell will soon offer them in Asia as well. To give you a taste of what's to come, we take a look at the Dell XPS M1210 and XPS M2010, upfront and personal.
Jaws are sure to drop as the Fujitsu Lifebook Q2010 presents itself as one of the world's thinnest and lightest notebook.
Get a socket change, a new dual-channel DDR2 memory controller, double the processing cores, improved power management and you have a recipe for the new Turion 64 X2 processor. Read on as we take MSI's S271 Turion 64 X2 Mobile Technology pre-evaluation notebook for a quick spin.
HP unveiled five new business notebooks and two consumer notebooks recently at a special press preview at Seoul, South Korea. Hardware Zone was there to witness it all and has all the juicy details here.
ASUS is expanding its global presence and has decided to make Singapore its first overseas international headquarters. Today, www.hardwarezone.com takes a trip down to witness the official opening along with the arrival of a few luxury-class hardware.