Acer's latest offering, the Intel Atom-based Aspire One, joins an already saturated netbook market that can only be beneficial for consumers. Read on as we explore the features of the Aspire One and see what this Linux-based netbook can do for you.
Netbooks have certainly made an impact since their introduction, with consumer interest driving up strong sales. With even more models announced since Computex 2008, will the strong interest and demand replace the notebooks of today? We'll delve in to this matter from the basics.
With a wider and more matured range of netbooks currently available, we're pretty sure most of you are itching to find out which companion to gun for. Fret no more, as we've gotten our hands on two of the more hotly debated models (using Intel Atom) and put them through our review gauntlet to help you decide.
Toshiba's rejuvenated line of notebooks bring about a new stylish look that definitely appeals to the fashion conscious folks. Case in point is the shiny and glossy white motif of Toshiba PORTEGE M800, which we got our hands on for some good ol' benchmarking.
Toshiba's new and flashy addition to their Satellite series, the A300 lets you do more in style.
Just revealed in Berlin at their Connecting Your World Event is HP's latest addition to their Voodoo gaming stable: the Voodoo Envy 133. Weighing at only lightweight 1.54kg, this 13.3-inch notebook wonder from Voodoo will make your friends go green with envy.
The battle for your consumer dollars hits the next level with the ASUS Eee PC 900, the newest generation of its popular Eee PC series. Featuring a larger and cleaner screen area, the Eee PC 900 looks to be a worthy successor to the series. We reveal more in our review.
With the title of the number one PC retailer firmly in its belt for 2007, HP seems poised to continue on its swift rise with its snazzy product lines catered to catch your eye with their stylish looks, features and price points. The Pavilion dv3000 notebook is no exception.
With over 1 million Eee PCs sold in just five months, the ASUS portable has been driven by frenzy over its size, price and overall form factor. Join us as we get some hands-on time at the launch of the new ASUS Eee PC 900, the first Eee PC to sport an 8.9-inch screen.
Lenovo's spanking new and super slim ThinkPad X300 is the latest entry to the ultra-portable notebook segment and touts features such as an ultra-slim DVD burner and more connectivity options than Apple's MacBook Air. We take a look at this slim beauty to see if it lives up to our expectations.