Laptops

CyberPower ZeusBook Gaming Notebook Driven by Intel Haswell

September 11, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Los Angels-based computer manufacturer CyberPower has taken a leap forward by readying its new 17 inch ‘ZeusBook’ Ultimate gaming notebook series to be powered by with Intel’s core i7 Haswell processor. The new notebook represents a new class of performance for gaming notebooks. The new Haswell chipset conserves power to a great extend, which increases […]

Sun Powered Laptop: SoI Promises 10 Hours from 2 Hours of Solar Charge

August 7, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Charging your devices  has always been a problem when you are on the go. What if you can do that with the power of the sun above? Canadian company WeWi has developed an Ubuntu-powered  laptop that can be charged by solar power. WeWi claims that on 2 hours of charging the battery by unfolding the […]

Gaming Laptops: Buying the Right Machine Can Be Tricky!

July 4, 2013, By Alex Ion

If you have your eye on some of the new game releases for 2013 then you will want to make sure that your gaming laptop is up to the job. Hardcore gamers recognize the importance of the right kit, but if you are new to gaming and not sure how to choose the ultimate laptop, read on […]

Apple 2013 MacBook Air: Expectations Galore

June 7, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

As I had mentioned in one of my earlier posts, the E3 charm is reaching is peak with big guns like Microsoft and Sony going in for a major battle of the titles. As reported Sony will take over the E3 podium by storm with a slew of titles, 40 expected as of now, ready […]

Sony 13-inch Vaio Duo PC Passes Via FCC Gates

May 24, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

A new laptop from Sony has recently arrived at the FCC with a model number SVD132A14L. However, Sony has not officially announced plans for this device. Leaked documents suggest that it would be a larger model of Sony’s Vaio Duo 11. The reports say that Sony is currently working on a Vaio Duo 13 model […]

HP ProBook Notebooks Get a Makeover; to Start Arriving for $499

May 7, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

HP is not willing to abandon what it started on the ProBook terrain. If you remember, during the last fall season, the company had attempted to rejuvenate its ProBook business notebooks with AMD Trinity chipsets. It’s been almost a year now – eight months to be precise – and HP wants to bring them on […]

Acer Laptop Scheduled for May 3 Reveal Teased in Star Trek Flick

April 29, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Offering a sneak peak of an upcoming device can be done in many ways. Acer, however, wanted to do it on the celluloid screen – that too as part of a movie that had been much anticipated. Though the company had been fast lining up a May 3 press conference to announce its latest laptop, […]

Inhon Blade 13 Carbon is the World’s Thinnest and Lightest Laptop

April 22, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Ever heard the brand name Inhon? If your answer is in the negative, let’s tell you: it is a Taiwanese PC manufacturer who has recently introduced the world’s thinnest and lightest laptop, the Blade 13 Carbon. The laptop is just 10.7mm thick and weighs just 1.9 pounds, significantly thinner than some smartphones like the Nokia […]

Toshiba Kirabook Windows Ultrabook is All About Luxury and Great Performance

April 18, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Luxury comes in different sizes and shapes. Toshiba too has one, even when PC makers are treading the path of austerity. Toshiba has introduced the new Kirabook, the first product in their newly fashioned KIRA line of luxury ultrabooks. The device has been introduced with a high resolution display so that it can compete with […]

Google Chromebook Pixel LTE Version will Set You Back High on Data Plans

March 27, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google’s Chromebook Pixel is getting an LTE version, and although that should sound good, it really doesn’t put much of a grin on users’ faces. That’s mainly because the LTE plans would rip out money from your pockets without any mercy. The data plans for the LTE Pixel has day rates starting at $10, but […]

Windows 8 Touchscreen Laptops May Be Cheaper

March 11, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

With demand for Windows RT declining, Microsoft is now banking on Windows 8 and is even cutting down its price by half. Microsoft recently announced that it had managed to sell 60 million Windows 8 licenses. This figure includes upgrades from older versions and sales to its manufacturing partners, but had still not reached its […]

Google’s Chromebooks are Set to Stay Fit Over the Years

February 4, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The Linux-based Chrome OS took to the streets in early 2010, and Google followed it up with their Chromebook pilot program later that year. While the Chrome OS doesn’t pose as a grave danger to Microsoft, it has certainly perked up over the last couple of years. We haven’t heard much from Google about their […]

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