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The Panel, Portable 13-inch LED Monitor by MEDL

03/21/2010, [DEMO Spring 2010] MEDL Technology has announced a prototype called “The Panel”, touted to be the world’s first portable 13″ LED monitor. The 2.2 lbs device is targeted to the telecommuters and the “road...

Samsung Debuts U.S Netbooks

03/04/2010, Samsung N210 gallery, Samsung NB30 gallery Well, sorta. Samsung’s budget lappies have actually been on sale for a few weeks already, but they had a formal coming-out party (along with the high-end 80 series of laptops) this evening at the Samsung...

Dell Studio 1558 Touch

03/01/2010, Dell seems to have a brand new laptop in their catalog – we’re talking about the Studio 1558 Touch alongside a multitouch Studio 17 Touch. No details are available on the former regardless of online or offline channels, but we do know that it...

HP EliteBook 2540p

02/28/2010, This business notebook is touted by HP as being the lightest EliteBook at only 3.38 lbs, half of the weight of the new HP EliteBook Convertible Tablet. Now you can have the choice of latest Intel Core processors in either standard voltage for better...

Asus unveils NVIDIA Optimus-powered notebooks

02/25/2010, Asus has just rolled out a slew of notebooks that will feature NVIDIA’s Optimus technology, where among them include the powerful multimedia N Series, a handful of slim and light U/UL Series models as well as the more versatile mainstream K Series...

Smartbook Logo 3G notebook

02/25/2010, Smartbook of Germany’s Logo 3G notebook is being prepared to roll out later next month at CeBIT, where it is equipped with a 3G UMTS modem to help you remain connected virtually wherever you are. Apart from that, it comes with staples such as an...

Lenovo X201 now available

02/23/2010, We brought you word on the Lenovo X201 leak a few days ago, and the notebook is finally official – the full size X201 is more than capable of stashing away a dual-core 2.66GHz Core i7 processor within its chassis, alongside the other lesser options...

Lenovo Y460 spotted

02/21/2010, Lenovo’s Y460 notebook was recetly spotted in the wild, where it has been marketed to target university students who want a machine that is capable of doing both work while supporting the latest games. It sports a 14″ 1,366 × 768...

Apple to improve on dual graphics handling in MacBook Pros

02/19/2010, Word has it that Apple aims to introduce vast improvements in their future MacBook Pros which will see improved dual graphics handling, where one is able to alternate between integrated and discrete graphics processors automatically. This could very well...

Lenovo ThinkPad W Series to be released soon

02/19/2010, Lenovo is more than ready to roll out its 17″ mobile workstations pretty soon – we’re talking about the W701 and dual-screen W701ds. Both laptops will come with the latest Intel processors to help you keep up with the times, in addition...

Microsoft States That Windows 7 Is Not Killing Your Batteries

02/08/2010, Has your Windows 7 laptop been warning you of the impending demise of your laptop battery? Most folks are complaining that Windows 7 isn’t too friendly with its battery consumption, but Microsoft says that Windows 7 isn’t really killing the...

MSI with new CX620 and CR620

02/04/2010, MSI has just announced a couple more notebooks for the masses – the CX620 and CR620 Classic Series, where both of them will be powered by Intel’s Core i Series processors. Both models are able to hold up to 4GB of DDR3 RAM and a maximum of...

Dell Latitude 13 announced

02/02/2010, Dell’s latest Latitude would never have seen the light of day in much more ancient and superstitious times – after all, who would want to purchase a laptop with the figure 13 in it? Fast forward to today and the Dell Latitude 13 raises...

Lenovo reveals new devices in roadmap slide

02/02/2010, Lenovo’s mobile computer division recently unveiled future devices in its roadmap slide, where the standout models would be the L400 and L500 that are touted to replace the former R series which proved to be mainstays in corporations over the years....