Category Archives: 14″ Laptops

Review of the new Asus N81Vg Notebook

Review of the new Asus N81Vg Notebook

Yet another new piece of equipment form Asus, they really are going to town on revamping their line of computers. Unlike a lot of the other computers in their range this one the N81Vg is aimed at the high end of the market.

 

 

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The eMachine eMD620-5133

The eMachine eMD620-5133

This is cool laptop that is light, slim and runs on Vista home basic, it has some nice features for a 14.1 inch display model, such as silver flashes along the front edge. There are only two USB ports, which is slightly disappointing, but what can you do.

 

 

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Acer launches the TravelMate 6493

Acer launches the TravelMate 6493

This the smaller version of the TravelMate 6593, it comes with a 14.1 display, but that is more or less where the similarities end, these machines are virtually the same apart from size. However, this machine does offer the travelling businessperson the opportunity to be out of the office but knowing that they can stay in touch and work, as they would have done in the office.

 

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AMD wants to go small

AMD wants to go small

Advanced Micro Devices is looking to produce a range of laptop, which are powered by their mobile chips. This announcement comes ahead of the CES in Las Vegas, which clearly means that there will be some sort of announcement at the show.

 

 

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Lenovo to show Y650 at CES

Lenovo to show Y650 at CES

It may be the largest technology show on earth, but for Lenovo they are using the show to introduce their new range of slim lime note books of which there will be a fourteen Y450, fifteen Y550 and sixteen Y650 inch screen size laptops.

 

 

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Dell release Studio 14

Dell release Studio 14

This laptop is a cross between the fifteen inch Studio 15 and the 13.3 inch Studio XPS 13, but do not hold that against it, because although Dell machines are not the highlight of the laptop world for some people these new machines are well worth a look.

 

 

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Lenovo Thinkpad T400 Review and Specs

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The Lenovo Thinkpad is one of those laptops that really bridges the spectrum when it comes to cost and specs. The Thinkpad T400 is right in the middle of it all with a modest internal setup that’s great for business or heavier home computing, which should be expected for around $1,400 to $1,600.

Right off the bat, the T400 offers one huge perk in switchable graphics, which means this machine can speed up your day to day computing and save battery life on the go with it’s lower power Intel GMA graphics set. But you won’t sacrifice higehr end video and graphic

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eMachines eMD620-5777 Review and Specs

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eMachines have always been the low-cost alternative. But now with netbooks flooding the market, eMachines needs to step up its game. So, the company is releasing a full sized laptop for less than $400. Is the eMD620 woth it? Let’s see.

As a Best Buy exclusive, this notebook is subpar. An Athlon 2650e with 1.6 GHz won’t get you very far in the office of on the net and the low 1 GB of RAM will surely lead to slowdown within a year.

Plus, the little thing us pretty ugly, sports low battery life and only has two USB ports.

Overall you are looking at a ba

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Lenovo Thinkpad SL400 Review and Specs

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The counter-intuitive little brother to the Lenovo Thinkpad SL300, the Thinkpad SL400 offers some solid specs, but it might not be worth the trouble required to bring this $600 laptop up to snuff, and up to price, at slightly above $1000.

Because the Thinkpad has become pretty standard across the board, you still get the Intel Core 2 Duo processor running at 2.26 GHz, and the non-too shabby NVIDIA GeForce 9300M GS graphics setup for lighter, old-school gaming. But, what you don’t

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Toshiba Satellite M305 review and specs

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We took a look at the Toshiba Satellite E105-S1402 the other day, so I figured comparing the new Toshiba Satellite M305-S4835 specs might be appropriate. The M305, which runs about $1,050, is almost identical to it’s Best Buy cousin. However, the M305 is set up to be a little more powerful at home.

Primarily, the M305 can be used as a home media center, with a nice display size and a reasonable proc

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