ASUS has been a dominating player in the netbook market with their well-established Eee PC line. In this economy, being able to purchase a portable PC for less than $400 is a welcome option for those already pinching pennies. ASUS has shipped us their latest Seashell Eee PC, the 1005HA. Sporting a 10.5 hour battery life, an Intel Atom N280 processor and a multi-touch trackpad, the 1005HA could be one of the best netbooks on the market.
MSI recently released a BIOS update that includes overclocking features in the BIOS for the Wind U100 netbook series. Once this feature is enabled in the BIOS you can select a CPU overclock of either 8%, 15% or 24%, for a maximum overclock of 2GHz. Read on to see how far we can overclock our U100 and to see what overclocking does for performance.
In the continuing recession, netbooks are all the craze for a PC on the go! The Wind has been a solid seller for MSI and today we take our first look at the U100-641US. Read on to find out if MSI’s simple yet elegant netbook is right for you!
Energy efficient computers have become the latest rave. Axentra has taken this idea to the next level with their HipServ Plug computer. The size of a laptop charger, the HipServ Plug acts as a NAS, HTTP server, and computer backup system all while consuming 5 watts.
The OCZ Neutrino 10″ Do-It-Yourself (DIY) netbook retails for under $239 after rebate and needs just a hard drive, memory modules and an operating system installed. The Neutrino DIY netbook puts the control back in the hands of the consumer by allowing them to configure a feature rich netbook with the hardware they want.
One of the biggest complaints about many smartphones and the iPhone specifically is the relatively short battery life which power users can deplete in one afternoon. Wellcomm, Inc. has a solution called iConnplus for those that need a little more juice on the go without having to lug around adapters and extra equipment with their convenient case with integrated charger. Read the article to see what we thought of it!
With all the rage low-cost netbooks have been getting lately, let’s not forget that there are some good deals to be had on performance notebooks. Gaming laptops are still being developed and are always improving. Today we take an in-depth look at ASUS’s pairing of a T9550 Core 2 Duo processor and ATI’s Mobility Radeon 4650 in the N81Vp laptop.
ASUS is showing off a ‘future product’ called the Eee PC 1008HA over at CeBIT this week and the pictures are a must see for Netbook lovers. ASUS is not releasing the full specifications of the netbook and is only allowing us to talk about what is shown on the display card, so take a peak at all we know for now.
The ASUS N10 is a netbook that combines both elegance and performance in a 10.2″ WSVGA netbook that weighs in at just 3.1 pounds. The ASUS N10Jc-A1 offers all the standard features one would expect on a netbook, but it includes switchable dedicated graphics. With a flick of a switch you can enable and disable the NVIDIA GeForce 9300M GS graphics! Read on to check this out!
With netbooks growing more in popularity every day, Legit Reviews has decided to jump into the craze, and do our first netbook review. Will it pass the test for the average Notebook user or will it come off as just another toy? The ASUS EEE PC 1000HA is an impressive netbook with a large 10″ display and is powered by an Intel Atom N270 1.60GHz processor. Read on to see how it does!
With the laptop market growing daily, the developers at ASUS figured that the time was right to bring a USB 2.0 digital TV receiver to the market. With the ASUS EeePC doing so well it makes sense that ASUS bring a product like this to market and just by looking at the pearl-white ASUS My Cinema – U3100Mini you can see for certain that the EeePC was a key influence.
The Toshiba Qosmio x305 notebook will be released in mid-July and is already making ripples in the industry ever since it was announced and posted on the Toshiba website. The graphics on the Qismio x305 will be powered by the yet to be announced NVIDIA GeForce 9800M GTX graphics card, which has 1GB of video memory. NVIDIA hasn’t said much about this un-released graphics card, but they did have the Toshiba Qosmio x305 notebook on display at a Microsoft event this week called the Games for Windows Presents: The Big Picture.
Geared toward the enthusiast who wants their go-anywhere notebook to be powerful, the Hypersonic Avenger AG2 Notebook series feature unparalleled performance in a sleek, colorful, and compact 12-inch size for superb mobility. The AG2 can be configured with next generation 45nm Intel Penryn processors, up to 4GB DDR2-667 memory, and a 320GB hard drive (or Solid State Drive) for maximum storage. Read on to see what we think of this new notebook!
NVIDIA has launched their new flagship video processor for mobile computers, the GeForce 8800M GTX and 8800M GTX. NVIDIA wants to power your DX10 notebook and took a huge leap forward in technology by introducing this new hardware architecture. Already, Dell, Alienware, and Sager are offering the new 8800M in one of their many notebook configurations.