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New MacBook Air gets teardown treatment

10/22/2010, It didn’t take too long for the people at iFixit to introduce the new 11.6-inch MacBook Air to a teardown experience, eh? This super slim notebook is sexy in every sense – and when we say that, we mean that it is really, really slim. Heck,...

Sharp To Stop Manufacturing PCs

10/22/2010, It’s not a secret that the computing industry is a cut-throat one and word is going around that Sharp will no longer sell and manufacture PCs, including notebooks and desktops. It wasn’t immediately clear when the company will cease PC...

Maingear Introduces Two New Ultra Portable Notebooks

10/22/2010, Maingear has introduced two new ultra-portable notebooks, namely the Clutch-13 and Clutch-15, offering a 13.3-inch display and 15.6-inch display respectively. Intel Core i-series mobile processors are available, along with up to 8GB of DDR3 memory and a...

MSI FX700 and FR700 detailed further

10/15/2010, Fancy getting a new notebook? Well, you might just be interested in the MSI FX700 and FR700 models, where both of them will share a 17.3-inch display, not to mention a chiclet-style keyboard, a raised multi-touch trackpad as well as what is a relatively...

ArcadeDock Converts Lenovo Notebook Into An Arcade Machine

10/14/2010, If you’ve got some good handyman skills, you might want to come up with your own version of this. We’re talking about the DIY ArcadeDock notebook that is designed to hold an IdeaPad Y560. This half-height arcade machine features authentic...

Notebook Manufacturers Refusing Low-margin Orders From HP?

10/05/2010, Reports are in that notebook makers Quanta Computer, Compal Electronics, and Wistron have apparently refused to accept low-gross margin orders from HP for 2011. An analyst from Goldman Sachs Asia was cited as saying the notebook manufacters’...

Toshiba Satellite C660 unveiled in Europe

09/30/2010, Toshiba knows that for many countries, their economies are not out of the woods just yet. Well, having said this, they have introduced the Satellite C660 15.6-inch budget notebook which will target regular consumers, bringing lower-end Intel and AMD...

Gateway NV59C66U notebook gets integrated WiMAX connectivity

09/29/2010, Gateway’s latest NV59C66U notebook is rather special in a sense where it will come with integrated WiMAX connectivity to help you stay connected at all times, regardless of where you are. Available in 15.6-inch and 17-inch sizes, the integrated...

Sony’s refreshes Vaio Z with a painful price tag

09/29/2010, Sony’s Vaio range of notebooks have never been cheap in the first place, but now we have an upgraded Vaio Z notebook which will certainly pile on the hurt on your bank account. Why do we say so? Well, the $2,249.99 starting price point is a very...

Acer AS8943G desktop replacement notebook looks good

09/27/2010, Desktop replacement notebooks are somewhat an oxymoron – they’re not exactly the lightweight creatures that you have come to expect them to be, but good thing they’re powerful enough to have you carry on with your work even when...

Origin Unveils Its EON17 High-end Gaming Notebook

09/27/2010, Folks who want a gaming machine but don’t want to be tied down with a desktop PC will be happy to hear that Origin has introduced its latest gaming notebook, the EON17. Aside from its juicy specs, the machine also offers users the option of...

Acer Updates Specifications For Its TimelineX Notebooks

09/26/2010, Acer has introduced some updated specifications for its popular TimelineX series of notebooks, with the 11.6-inch model getting the option for a Intel Core i7-680M ultra-low voltage processor. The TimelineX 11.6-inch 1830T-68U118 will set you back...

Toshiba AC100 can run Android apps, not perfected

09/26/2010, The Toshiba AC100 might be powered by Google Android 2.1, but that doesn’t mean all is fine and dandy. After all, Google has yet to offer official support for notebooks, resulting in Toshiba working on custom software for Android to function with a...