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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...

Sony Vaio M series notebook in the works

01/26/2010, At CES 2010, Sony’s press conference and booth showed off a whole lot of goodies (mmm…Taylor Swift!), but apparently they did not lay all their cards on the table as the unannounced Vaio M Series notebook is one device that wasn’t...

Toshiba unveils new business laptops

01/21/2010, Toshiba has further expanded their business laptop lines with the Tecra A11 and Qosmio X500 models, targeting the business community. Apart from that, the Satellite Pro Series also received more additions with the new Satellite Pro L450 and Satellite Pro...

MSI X420 laptop unveiled

01/19/2010, MSI continues with the “slim is in” theme by rolling out its latest X-Slim series laptop – the X420. While this 14″ laptop is no MacBook Air, you do get a big say on what goes in depending on your needs and budget, ranging from...

Samsung Announces R-Series Notebooks

01/08/2010, Samsung has announced several new models that will be part of its R-Series range of notebooks, which are the the R780, R580, R730, R530 and R430. The displays will be ranging from 14-inches to 17.3 inches, and will all offer 16:9 a ratio HD LED display,...

Lenovo ThinkPad Edge series announced

01/03/2010, [CES 2010] Lenovo targets the small-to-medium business (SMB) crowd with their new ThinkPad Edge laptop series which will come in varying sizes of 13″, 14″ and 15″ models. The 13″ model will boast the distinction of being the first...

Fujitsu Amilo Pi 3560 and 3660 notebooks

10/09/2009, Fujitsu’s latest Amilo Pi 3560 and 3660 notebooks are high performance machines that aim to offer you the best multimedia experience possible even when you’re on-the-road. Both the Fujitsu Amilo Pi 3560 and 3660 will come with the high...