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Saturday 19. November 2005

Alienware Sentia m3200 with 12.1 inch

It’s from a line called Sentia, it weights just 2.2Kg and it strongly suggests performance computer manufacturer Alienware has gone soft, but appearances can be deceiving.[more]

Saturday 19. November 2005

Aurora m7700: X2 CPU Comes To Alienware Laptops

The beast that is the Aurora m7700 is the company’s first AMD powered notebook and its gone straight for the jugular with a choice of either Athlon 64 FX or X2 dual core processors.[more]

Monday 14. November 2005

Samsung M70 - 19 inch display

Samsung M70 is the world’s first laptop with a detachable screen with 1680 x 1050 resolution, 280nits brightness, 10ms response time and has DVI input.[more]

Monday 14. November 2005

Sony VAIO TX: ultraportable Business Laptops

Sony offers the VAIO TX Series at the laptop business market and the choice of three colours.The light-weight subnotebook is 1.3 kg light.[more]

Monday 14. November 2005

Alienware Area-51 m5500 and m5700

Area-51 m5500 and m5700 are targeted towards users seeking mobile gaming and digital media experiences.[more]

Monday 14. November 2005

Fujistu Debuts LifeBook N Series Desktop Replacement

The new desktop replacement notebooks got Microsoft Windows Media Center Edition 2005 and built-in TV tuner. [more]

Monday 14. November 2005

Fujitsu Siemens LifeBook P7120 with 10.6" display

The new ultraportable notebook LifeBook P7120 weighs three pounds, offers a 10.6" widescreen display and a power saving mode for extended battery life.[more]

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