Origin PC says its new overclocked portable with dual video cards is the fastest gaming laptop on the market.
Sleek, fast and slim notebook computers are coming as early as this fall. But that might be the last hurrah of the laptop.
The 17-inch MacBook Pro is dead. Long live the MacBook Pro with Retina Display.
Lenovo has been busy at CES 2012 with debuts for smart TVs and laptops, but its coolest device may be the upcoming IdeaPad Yoga, a laptop that can bend over backwards and turn into a Windows 8 tablet.
[vimeo http://www.vimeo.com/34833560 w=500&h=281] While Sunday was the unofficial start to CES 2012, the real fun began on Monday with press conferences and announcements from heavy hitters like LG, Intel, Sharp, Samsung, Nvidia, Sony and Microsoft.
Samsung announced the redesigned Samsung Series 9 and Series 5 laptops, two slim, light and smart-looking notebooks that will challenge Apple’s Macbook Air head-on. The company debuted the laptops Monday at CES 2012 in Las Vegas.
Apple will launch refreshed models of the popular MacBook Air laptop in the first quarter of 2012, including a new 15-inch model, according to a Digitimes report.
It’s thin, it’s light, and it makes up nearly a third of Apple’s laptop shipments.
After years of trying, Dell may have finally bested Apple’s MacBook Pro — at least in terms of thinness.
Asus kicked off its first lineup of ultraportable MacBook Air killers today at a New York City event, dubbed ZenBooks for their balance of beauty and strength.
Sony released a variety of new computer models today for the holiday season.
Apple’s flagship MacBook Pro laptops may be in for a refresher this month, thanks to new Sandy Bridge processors from Intel, reports AppleInsider.
Advanced Micro Devices is doing something today that seems rather unfashionable. The chip maker is announcing a series of new additions to its desktop and laptop microprocessors.
Even though Acer’s founder doesn’t think much of tablets or ultrabooks (super thin and portable laptops), that’s not stopping the company from taking a stab at making those devices.
Acer founder Stan Shih has been out of the tech limelight since he retired in 2004, but that’s not stopping him from laying the smackdown on newfangled devices like tablets and ultrabooks (extremely thin laptops like the MacBook Air).
When Apple refreshed its line of MacBook Airs and Mac minis today, the company also quietly removed its $999 13-inch white MacBook from its store. Now the least expensive MacBook that Apple offers is the updated $999 11.6-inch MacBook Air.
Apple is poised to overthrow Hewlett-Packard as the number one vendor of portable computers in 2012, according to a Digitimes report. The figure combines shipments of tablet PCs and notebooks.
It looks like it’s time for a new Macbook Air model.
Apple’s sexy ultrathin MacBook Air is expected to lead the way for Mac sales. The company may ship over 8 million MacBook Air units in this quarter, double the 3.76 million combined Mac sales it had in the second quarter, Taiwanese news site Digitimes reports.
Apple plans to wait until its new Lion operating system is out in July before releasing new MacBook Air models loaded with refreshed hardware, according to a report by AppleInsider. Just a week ago, reports were circulating that Apple would likely release refreshed Airs in June.
Several signs are pointing to Apple refreshing its MacBook Air ultraportable lineup soon — perhaps as soon as this Wednesday.
Google announced via Twitter on Thursday that its Chromebook laptops are now available for pre-order from Amazon and Best Buy. The half dozen models that can be ordered are manufactured by Samsung and Acer and are expected to ship on June 15.
Google today finally unveiled its plans for Chrome OS-powered laptops, which the company is calling Chromebooks.