Lenovo has recently released a replacement to its V100 model, a Core 2 Duo based ultra-portable 12.1-inch laptop, the Lenovo V200.
This model became one of the first netbooks that is built on a Santa Rosa platform, so despite its compact size you’re getting a very powerful machine. Add to that a built-in DVD drive (which can rarely be found on compact laptops), a webcam, a fingerprint reader and an ExpressCard slot, and the V200 becomes a very attractive solution for mobile users.
Lenovo V200 has the following specifications:
- 2.0GHz Intel Core
You always might have wanted a Lamborghini, but can’t afford to buy one? Well here’s the chance to buy one for the price of a small car. Don’t be astonished its not a 500 bhp Italian super sports car but it is a Asus VX1 Lamborghini notebook.
The all new Asus notebook is available in two colors yellow and solid black which are same as used in Lamborghini super car. The notebook has the automotive styling cues with curvy top lid and exquisite Lamborghini logo. In place of roaring V12 underTags: asus laptopbluetooth 2.xintelintel core 2 duolaptopnotebooknvidia
After Treo smartphones and personal digital assistants (PDAs), Palm has introduced a compact portable computer to retain its roots in the high-end handheld device market. This portable device seems to make your dreams swerve into reality by replacing a bulky laptop PC with this computer enabling business travelers manage their e-mail and documents on their way.
Now let me introduce you to some of its features. Known as a “smartphone companion,” the “Foleo” is a 2.5-pound device (half the weight of other existing phones) with a 10-inch screen, full keyboard andTags: laptoppalmultra portable computer
Intel and Ziba Design have just announced a newest Metro Notebook that’s going to be one of the thinnest laptops in the world. Being only 0.7 inches thick, it has a magnesium case weighs around 2.2 pounds making it the lightest laptop in the world too. It hasn’t been decided on a screen size yet (I assume it’s going to have a 14-inch LED display), however it was announced that the laptop will have a secondary e-ink screen featuring SideShow technology. This screen on a back side of aTags: intellaptopnotebook
The Gateway NX570X is an entry-level budget workhorse laptop with a price starting at only $699 which, however, provides adequate value for its money. It has a solid build thanks to the scratch-resistant surface and brushed-aluminum inlay.
The laptop comes with a newer Inter Core 2 Duo processor 15.4-inch and a wide screen display (1280×800 pixels) that can be upgraded to a 1400×1050 one $100 that will allow you to fit more applications and widgets on your desktop.
Besides the screen, it is also possible to configure other hardware, such as
New York Times has posted an article for students that are going back to school with the review of different electronic gadgets. The time when getting ready for school meant buying stationery are long gone. Today’s teenagers are going to school with laptops and cellphones. At the same time, more and more schools and universities are starting to implement presentation tools that utilize electronic gadgets as learning aids by engaging students into interactive activities. It makes possible for students to take part in discussions electronically which is particularly good forTags: laptop
HP Compaq NC6400 is a 14.1-inch business laptop that runs on Intel T2300E Core Duo Processor. It has three high-speed USB 2.0 ports, 6-in-1 card reader, Bluetooth adapter, ambient light and fingerprint sensor. The 14.1″ matte widescreen is very crisp and bright and has a resolution of 1280×800 pixels. HP Compaq NC6400 has a broad and comfortable full-size keyboard with scratch-resistant, and clearly marked keys. There are two speakers on the front side of a laptop, however the quality of the sound they produce is mediocre, which is typical forTags: bluetooth 2.xbusiness laptopscard readerdual corefingerprint readerhplaptopWi-Fiwidescreen laptop
As a part of the One Laptop Per Child program, Intel Corporation has started shipping small and inexpensive convertible laptops for students from developing countries, the Intel Classmate PC. This ultraportable laptop starts at $225 and has a 7-inch display that acts as a touchscreen, a fast (although small) 2GB SSD drive, a 900 MHz Intel Celeron M CPU, 265MB RAM, and comes with Windows XP and MS Office 2003 preloaded. The laptop is built to withstand any possible abuse it might incur from young users: its semirugged construction withTags: classmate pcintelintel celeronssd drivetablet pcultra portable computerwindows xp
The ThinkPad T61 is a new 14.1-inch business widescreen laptop that is a successor to an older T60 model. This laptop is built on Santa Rosa platform and powered by the latest Intel Centrino Duo processor. One interesting feature that business users are going to like the most is the Active Management Technology by Intel that allows company’s system administrators to manage the laptop remotely, even when it is in a sleep mode.
Here are the specs of Lenovo Thinkpad T61:
- Intel T7300 Core 2 Duo CPU at 2.0GHz
- 2GB RAM,
Can $1,000 purchase you a good quality laptop that could replace your desktop computer? Acer gives an affirmative answer to this question with their Aspire 9300-5005, a $949 17-inch widescreen laptop powered by Turion 64 X2 Mobile processor that is fast enough mid-range gaming and graphics tasks.
Measuring 15.7 x 11.6 x 1.2 inches, the Acer Aspire 9300-5005 weighs 8.1 pounds which makes it a not very convenient thing to carry around or take with you when you travel. If you’re looking for a replacement to a desktop PC, this AcerTags: aceracer aspireamd turion 64dual corelaptopnotebooknvidiawebcamwindows vista