Posts Tagged: "laptop computers"


Samsung’s New X Series–Oneupsmanship


You’ve got to hand it to the folks at Samsung.  Just yesterday, Sony pops up with its X series line of laptops.  Today, it’s Samsung’s turn to exhibit an X series line of laptops. If you were to say that Samsung’s playing a serious round of copycat with their X...


DormVault Laptop Safe Prevents College Dorm Thievery


Listen up all you college dorm dwellers.  If you’ve got a laptop and don’t want your roommate messing with it, spilling beer on it or losing it to the five finger discounter while you’re in class then you probably wanna check out the DormVault Laptop Safe.  Crafted of ‘rugged steel’,...


Alienware M17x Now Available In Nebula Red


There’s no doubt in my mind that Alienware is the best you can buy when it comes to specs and design in a high-end gaming PC. And now I’m even more tempted to fork out the extra cash for the M17x with Alienware’s latest color, Nebula Red. According to Alienware,...


Super Mod: Portable Xbox 360 Laptop


Would you buy something like this?  Created by Ben “What The” Heck, this portable Xbox 360 laptop mod will definitely turn more than a few heads at the local corporate coffee shop.  Features include:  an integrated Ethernet port, digital push button volume control, improved ventilation, flush-mount DVD drive, and a...


Gadget Review: VP Messenger Bag by OGIO


I want to be upfront about something, so I’m going to tell you a secret. Both my backpack and my golf bag were manufactured by OGIO, and I love both. Thusly, I had high expectations for this bag. That being said, I definitely wanted to be fair and pound out...


CES: Case Logic


What is it: Case Logic has furthered themselves by polishing their lines of pro photo storage and airport laptop security solutions. Some might not think of Case Logic beyond CD wallets and MP3 player storage, but this stuff was really nice and well constructed....


Dell Inspiron Mini 12 Netbook: Pretty, But One Dull Dell


Is the Mini 12 Netbook from Dell the largest available with a note-book-sized 12-inch display? The answer is yes, but so what and what’s next? Netbooks, those small to medium sized, light-weight, low-cost, energy-efficient laptops, generally optimized for web browsing and e-mailing have sort of taken the world by storm,...

Samsung R610 Blu-Ray Laptop Announced


By: Daniel O Samsung today announced their new R610 Blu-ray laptop aimed at making a dent in the multi-media market. Sporting a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels it supports full HD and with a 16:9 aspect ratio it makes viewing those HD movies even more enjoyable. The machine itself has an...


Lenovo Unleashes The Thinkpad W700


By: Albert S I’ve been a fan of IBM (now Lenovo) Thinkpads for a while now and for good reason: they’re rock solid, dependable machines that do exactly what they’re designed to do. The W700 is no exception. It’s a mobile powerhouse that sports a built-in Wacom tablet, ultra-clear screen,...