If you had enough of notebooks engineered from space age composite material that are ruthlessly cold to the touch, then the arrival of the new leather ASUS S6F notebook could well be the best news you heard this year.
Amidst stiff competition from Taiwanese and Korean players, Toshiba's Satelite A100 brings with it performance, usability and features. But are these good enough to make it stand out?
With this update on IDF Spring 2006, we bring you the latest in mobile technology, WiMAX announcements and get a taste of really cool concept PCs and UMPCs. Lastly, we go into many new Viiv features and finish it off with some spice as Intel sneak peeks their Secret Sauce.
Hardware Zone had the golden opportunity to chat with James M. Chirico, Jr., the Senior VP of Global Operations at Seagate. We discussed the future of hard drives and talked about Seagate's plans to dominate more than 97% of the storage market space.
The highly anticipated Intel Centrino Duo mobile technology is finally retail ready. Despite having two execution cores on one die, Intel claims the battery life is on par, if not better than previous generations of Centrino platforms. Sounds unbelievable isn't it?
MacBook Pro, iMac with Intel Core Duo Processor, iPod Radio Remote, iWork '06, iLife '06 are some of the key announcements that were announced among a couple of other goodies at the Macworld Conference & Expo 2006 at San Francisco. Hop right in for the full coverage.
Easily one of the most gorgeous looking hardware, the Samsung Q30 is the spokesperson for ultra light and ultra portable notebook PC that not only looks great but is a practical and competent mobile workhorse as well.