Notebook Reviews

Review of Sony Vaio TZ

It’s obvious that the Vaio TZ from Sony has been designed from the ground up with 100% mobility in mind. It looks stunning in its carbon fiber casing and remarkably thin design, and with up to eight hours of battery life, there is very little that discerning road warriors won’t appreciate about the TZ. Full review of Sony Vaio TZ […]

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Stylebook 4000 – Fashion From X2

Californian based company X2, are on a fashion quest to become the premier brand for digital lifestyle products. Perhaps that’s why they’ve decided there was a space on the tech catwalk for a new line of laptops targeted squarely at women. X2’s Stylebook 4000 notebook comes in piano white and duotone pink/white finishes, ensuring it will color coordinate seamlessly with […]

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Affordable Thinkpad? – The R50e

Award winning Thinkpad notebooks are known for their sturdy, no nonsense designs, great keyboards, and overall rock solid performances. The jury is still undecided on how Lenovo’s acquisition of IBM’s PC division will affect the long term quality of Thinkpads, however the X41 Tablet – the first Thinkpad to be released by Lenovo – received excellent reviews. With a price […]

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Sony’s New VAIO AX

Sony is taking its stand in the midrange multimedia machine market. The new VAIO AX Digital Studio laptop is a mixed bag of potential, with the power of a desktop PC, the creative juice to rival Apple, and the security to match any locked-down business notebook. Sony’s VAIO AX boasts a built in 0.3 mega-pixel camera, and offers data security […]

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Rugged Twinhead – The Durabook N15RI

Twinhead sounds like the nickname of a sinister Bond villain, not the moniker of a premier manufacturer of laptop computers. But make no mistake – Based in Silicon Valley, California, Twinhead corporation are not a fly by night operation. They’ve been trading in the United States since 1988, and their global operation boasts offices in China, Germany and Great Britain. […]

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