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Whether you're looking for extreme portability, high-performance gaming on-the-go, a portable workstation replacement, or the best value on a budget, Tom's Hardware has the reviews, specifications, and benchmarks to help you find what matters most to you in a laptop.
Wondering what Intel has planned for the rest of 2010 and 2011? Well, read on!
This laptop is packing heat.
It's a pocket computer that looks like the Nintendo DSi XL.
Looking for a bigass TV on a budget?
Expect Wintel to be moving into the tablet business too.
The little fruit company has climbed high.
Get 300 bones off your hot new HP lappy.
Getting ready for small, powerful notebooks.
A towel, it says, is about the most massively useful thing an interstellar hitchhiker can have. Partly it has great practical value.
Fermi power comes to notebooks.
HP's Slate PC is said to be launching in October and comments from a HP Taiwan exec suggest that it could run Palm's WebOS.
It would seem previous rumors suggesting Dell would update the Alienware M11x were true. A Dell spokesperson has supposedly confirmed the miniature gaming machine will get the Core treatment next month.
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Notebook drive manufacturers can choose between two drive heights: 9.5 mm and 12.5 mm. At 9.5 mm, most drives are limited to two spinning platters, while 12.5 mm has enough room for three, enabling higher...
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Nvidia Tegra 2 tablets could be the real deal.
She gets to keep her cash, though, as Apple hooked her up with a free one.
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Google's I/O conference is taking place this week and the biggest announcement so far is the revelation of the Chrome OS Web store.
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MSI recently displayed a concept notebook with a rotating keyboard/tablet.
Tom's Hardware has an exclusive first-look at Blu-ray 3D technology running on a notebook and HTPC leveraging Nvidia's 3D Vision technology, CyberLink's PowerDVD 10 Ultra Mark II software, and an Acer display....
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Physical money isn't good enough to buy an iPad.
Check out the deals on a quad core laptop and pair it with a 1TB external hdd.
Mach Xtreme Tech has unleashed a new series of 1.8-inch SSDs for PATA interfaces.