All Product Articles tagged ‘notebooks’
So this was 2012 and what has tech done? Another year over and a new one just about to begin. We look back on the year and analyze what went right and what went wrong in six major categories: Televisions, notebooks, tablets, cameras, mobile phones and gaming.
Despite the winds of change sweeping through the computing landscape as consumers place more emphasis on form and user experience, MSI's strong roots in this industry have only helped it adapt to the modern and more demanding users. We find out some of their new initiatives and products leading the charge from Computex.
In this article, we explore what the new Ivy Bridge processors could mean for the mobile computing scene, specifically notebooks and eventually Ultrabooks.
You can't have an IT show without notebooks, PCs and networking peripherals. So no matter what computing products you are looking for, we've got you covered on the best deals that the vendors have to offer.
On the eve of Computex 2011, ASUS announced a slew of new CE products, from tablets to notebooks. Chief among them is the Padfone, a hybrid of smartphone and tablet. Find out all the exciting new products revealed at ASUS' press conference.
If you are looking for a no-frills notebook cooler large enough to support your 17-inch monster, Thermaltake just might have the answer.
Now, who says printers and notebooks don't mix? Samsung's latest launch event combines the two for an event that sadly doesn't include a notebook that can print at 10ppm but we jest. Let's take a look at what Samsung has to offer.
Famed for its business ThinkPads, Lenovo has been busy infiltrating the consumer scene with its alternative IdeaPad series as well. We placed the 15.6-inch Y550P through the hoops to see how it stacks up as a an entertainment rig.
Slim, sexy and yet solemn enough for your corporate needs. The 13.3-inch Vostro 3300 is the latest member to join Dell's family of small-business notebooks, and to top things off, it is also furbished with an drool-worthy price tag. Wait no further, as we investigate if this mobile rig really offers the best bang for your buck.
NVIDIA was the first to implement switchable graphics, where a notebook has both integrated and discrete graphics and one can switch between the two as desired. Taking this step further, the company has announced its Optimus technology, where the switching is done automatically. We check out this new feature that will soon be heading your way.