08-on_topHave you ever wanted to grab a spot on your couch or bed and bring your notebook/netbook along with you? Personally I have not, but I know more than a few people that have (and often do) participate in this activity. These people all complain about the same things; the laptop is heavy, it gets hot, there is no room for a mouse.  There are options to get around this though. Most look like TV trays for meals or some other type of accessory that goes over your lap. Again, there are complaints about this. Thankfully Choiix (a division of Cooler Master) has another option for you. Choiix is a company that specializes in computer peripherals that a very “lifestyle” oriented.  So let’s take a look at the Choiix Comforter Lapdesk

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asusdsc03767At Computex in Taipei AMD is showing off a prototype Windows 8 tablet. This is something that we predicted they would do right after they announced their shift to low power CPUs (well really APUs). It was a move that we predicted was not only logical, but one that was necessary for AMD with the shift to tablets and ultrabooks that many companies are making in anticipation of Windows 8 and its very touch oriented design.

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Thursday, 06 June 2013 21:29

Dell introduces the XPS 11

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Dell at the fair Computex introduced the XPS 11, to be precise the prototype version of it. It is a computer with a screen diagonal of 11.6-inch in ultra-high resolution which is 2560x1440 pixels.

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Tuesday, 11 September 2012 09:35

Rest in peace Bill Moggridge

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The designer of the laptop as we know it, Bill Moggridge, passed away this last weekend at the age of 69. Morrgridge was one of the pioneers of industrial design that created the first laptop for Grid Systems, a startup firm. The first model that is also considered the first laptop ever the Grid Compass was his baby. At only 12 pounds weight it was a breakthrough for the current “mobile” solutions that were averaging at 26 pounds. It featured a folding display and it was used by NASA and the military. The price was $8,150, which was quite a lot back in 1982.

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Tuesday, 21 May 2013 21:17

1.5 TB Hitachi HDD for notebooks

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Western Digital's company  Hitachi Global Storage Technologies (HGST) presented the currently biggest hard drive for notebooks. Model Travelstar 5K1500 comes in a 2.5 inch format and a thickness of 9.5 mm, it delivers 1.5 TB capacity and size is suitable for installation in most notebooks with "normal" thickness.

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Friday, 13 December 2013 10:28

MSI's S20 Slider 2 is a dual use device

The MSI S20 Slider 2 comes as a device with a dual role, it can be used as a tablet, but may be converted into a notebook by users desire.

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Monday, 03 June 2013 21:31

New improved Razer Blade

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Razer recently introduced refreshed offer of gaming laptops, which now consists of two models. The existing 17-inch Blade model now bears the name Blade Pro, while the "new" Razer Blade is a brand new notebook with 14-inch screen.

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Thursday, 23 January 2014 15:03

New Let's Note from Panasonic

New Panasonic notebook comes with dual-core Intel Core i5 - 4200 processor, clock speed of 1.6 GHz (with 2.6 GHz Turbo Boost), Intel HD 4400 integrated graphics and 4 GB of memory.

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