It’s not unusual for a notebook manufacturer to have something that they could really be proud of. Something that they would want to show off. It can be something powerful, or it can be something really eye-catching. For Samsung, that something is their Series 9 notebook. Each aspect of the Samsung Series 9 notebook screams style, elegance and craftsmanship never seen before on a Samsung notebook.
A number of factors play into buying a notebook. And various brands do a better job in different categories. To evaluate each company, we used the following criteria to reach a total possible score of 100.
The Asus U43F notebook computer, with its curves and bamboo panelling reminiscent of late 1960s design, is a mid-sized small business notebook computer that reminds us of the two wood-paneled station wagons our family owned when we were children back in the early ’70s (a Ford Country Squire and dark maroon Pontiac).
Head Honcho Reged: 07/11/02 Posts: 6849 Notebook Review: Lenovo IdeaPad Y560p with 2nd Gen Core i7 Let the Sandy Bridge madness begin.
The Google Cr-48 is a prototype notebook currently being tested in Google’s pilot program for the Chrome operating system. Google hopes consumers and businesses will abandon traditional notebooks in favor of what is essentially “a web browser in a box.” Keep reading to find out what we think. Google Cr-48 Technical Specs: Build and DesignThe team at Google made some interesting design choices when they developed the Cr-48.
If you are looking for an incredibly thin and light small business notebook PC with the right mix of style, portability and affordability, take a look at the Dell Vostro V130. This “ultraportable” laptop measures a scant three-quarters of an inch thick and weighs just 3.4 pounds, which makes it simple to tote as a go-anywhere computing companion.
Head Honcho Reged: 07/11/02 Posts: 6811 Notebook review: Gateway ID49C Powerhouse portable at a nice price Love the Sony Vaio Z series but cannot shell out the 2 grand? The Gateway ID49C13u packs some of the same enticing features into a very light, elegant and portable 14″ chassis.
Google’s first Chrome OS notebook, the Cr-48, has landed on the SlashGear test bench, and to state it’s an interesting machine would be an understatement. The stealth-black 12.1-inch ultraportable is, like the color-scheme suggests, intended to fall into the background and let the Chrome OS platform take center-stage.
Alienware laptops sporting Intel’s Sandy Bridge processors were caught on film teasing 3DMark06. Last week Engadget stumbled across images over on the Notebook Review forums revealing unreleased Alienware M17x notebooks running Intel’s next-gen Sandy Bridge processors, appearing just one month ahead of Intel’s official release.