Category: Laptops

Get Free Laptops or Buy Them and Make Them Cool!

In the current information age, laptop computers are now a symbol of trendiness and style. Laptops may differ in performance, price, features, as well as the look and design. If ever you get the lucky…

Dell takes on the Toughbook

Panasonic have had a fairly strong monopoly in consumer “tough” laptops, with their ToughBook line, but that all might be set to change with Dell announcing the rugged XT2 tablet. It features all …

Apple, This is Not the Tablet I am Looking For

A tablet computer for handwriting recognition, OneNote, and a LCD projector is the greatest combination when it comes to education. Unfortunately, as an Apple Fanboy and Mac user, I have been stuck w…

Archos Makes Sexy Portable Tablet Because Apple Won’t

The Archos 9 is the sexy, portable, and practical tablet that Apple refuses to make, and it runs Windows 7. I count that as a major win for Microsoft, Archos, and all of us tablet loving people out t…

Lenovo Ideapad S12 Proves Netbooks are Not Gimmicks

Netbooks have always been a bit gimmicky. The small form factor and the ability to go anywhere are nice, but netbooks have serious problems. Cramped keyboards, awkward screen sizes, and a general lack…

Innergie mCube90 has Universal Appeal

I am going on a rather long trip this summer; I will be gone for six weeks. I have started to do a rough inventory of the gear I will need to take, I am think I might be over my weight limit with just…

Dell Markets Insults Directly to Women

Granted, I am male. I might completely misunderstanding this marketing angle, but it seems to me that Dell's new Della website is completely insulting to women. Della – Dell with the feminine '…

PeeWee Tablet PC Is Too Good For My Kids

My kids are pretty computer savvy; I would even say that they know more than most adults that I work with. One day soon I will probably get them on their own PC. Unfortunately, the PeeWee Tablet proba…

Acer and AT&T Offer Cheapest Expensive Netbook Ever

How much would you spend on a Netbook? The going rate for an 8.9 inch Acer Aspire One Netbook is about $339. So, on the outset, it looks like the new partnership with AT&T is a great deal. AT&…

2go Classmate PC is First Netbook to Tempt Me

I have seen Netbook PC's and none have them have done a thing for me. They are too small for me to consider practical and too expensive to consider an impulse buy. They have done nothing to tempt…