Core 2 Duo Tablet PC – Gateway’s Convertible

Despite undoubted portability, a laptop sometimes just isn’t functional enough. For example, doctors dashing around a busy patient ward, inputting sensitive data about Mrs Coggin’s ingrowing toenail, Mr Chuffton’s bottom grapes, and other such critical medical emergencies, would perhaps find a typical keyboard restrictive. To make life easier, enter one of the leading proponents of the Tablet PC, namely the […]

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The Toshiba Qosmio G35-AV600

The Toshiba Qosmio G35-AV600 is the self-proclaimed top multimedia notebook on the market. It’s not exaggerating by much. One look at its 17-inch wide-screen display, with the latest in high-gloss coating and a WXGA+ and 1,440 x 900-pixel resolution, and you’ll know that this laptop is for viewing pleasure. With this display, size does matter, but so does how Toshiba […]

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Blu-Ray Anyone? – Sony VAIO AR190G

Tired of skinny ultraportables? Sony has released the first multimedia notebook ever to feature Blu-ray technology. But the new VAIO VGN-AR190G offers more than just the latest in storage-medium tech. It’s one of the slickest desktop replacement laptops around, and I want one. Sony spares practically nothing in the 8.4 pound, 16.4-inch wide VAIO frame. First and foremost, there’s a […]

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Samsung R20: The New Black

Sometimes brown is the new black. Or sometimes it’s pastels. But never, ever, does the old black go out of fashion. It always comes back. Enter the Samsung R20. So sleek and sheer black is this laptop when closed, you might mistake it for your marble coffee table. If you don’t have a marble coffee table, then you might think […]

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Convertible Pavilion: HP TX1000 Tablet

Tablets are those nifty handheld devices, sort of like enlarged PDAs, complete with a stylus to doodle on the screen with, which never really caught on. Laptops-well, laptops are the hippest and most dynamic craze in computing. But what happens when you put the two together? A Frankenstein that will short-circuit, go berserk, and pillage the countryside? No, the HP […]

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Review of Acer Ferrari 1000

Acer sponsorship of the Scuderia Ferrari racing team brings the compact Acer Ferrari 1000 Laptop. Featuring Carbon Fiber lid, fierce candy red trim, and the speed-invoking Ferrari logo. The similarities do not stop at the exterior, as the Ferrari 1000 is filled with power, thanks to its AMD Turion Dual Core chip and 768 MB RAM. Light weight, it weighs […]

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