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Saturday 11. March 2006

Toshiba Qosmio G30 - first HD-DVD laptop

Toshiba has unveiled a laptop with a built-in HD-DVD drive, which will let users access up to 30GB of content on next-generation DVD media.[more]

Saturday 11. March 2006

Fuel cells for laptops in early 2007

Soon you could be running a laptop computer all day without a recharge as commercial versions of fuel cells go on sale.[more]

Saturday 11. March 2006

MacBook Pro: first Intel-driven laptop by Apple

The MacBook Pro resembles the 15-inch PowerBook G4 that it replaces, clad in aluminum and weighing the same 5.6 pounds. It's slightly wider (14.1 inches) and slimer (9.6 inches), but still fits in the padded compartment of a...[more]

Saturday 19. November 2005


The newly-released business-friendly VAIO of Sony is among the thinnest, lightest, and most wireless notebook computers currently on the market.[more]

Saturday 19. November 2005

MIT show U.N. delegates a prototype of its $100 laptop

The MIT Media Lab chairman was visibly excited about the prospect of placing the $100 laptop computer in the hands of millions of schoolchildren around the globe.   Kofi Annan, general secretary of the United...[more]

Saturday 19. November 2005

Glacier Computer Introduces New Sunlight-Readable GX Magnum

Available with solid-state or rotating hard drives, GX Magnum is powered by 1 GHz Via processor and features 512 MB DRAM, 10.4 in. display, and touchscreen.[more]

Saturday 19. November 2005

Panasonic Toughbook T4 and W4: ruggedized and ultralight

Panasonic unveiled two new ultraportable notebooks designed to stand up to baggage claim carousels.[more]

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