The year 2009 was very interesting for the hardware developers. The coming out of small, ultra-portable notebook computers, known by the name netbook, has opened a new chapter in the development of mobile computers. Even though they are slow for today’s standards, they are still usable for the task that they were made for. The Atom processors were behind time, even at the time they came out. That’s why the manufacturers gave up this approach and went into production of ultrabook computers, which kept their dimensions, but brought with them a bigger punch, with the much stronger hardware. Continue reading
Asus has been very busy this past year and now we are looking at some of their innovative approaches and views on how the whole netbook/tablet industry should go. So what is the next logical step? Is everyone happy with just a tablet or just a notebook? Their transformer series are redefining how people use these technologies and are making all of the pickiest customers happy. We have seen a Transformer pad from Asus before and we were amazed, but now they are bringing our delight even further by introducing their upgraded new version called Infinity. Continue reading
The concept of an ultrabook netbook computer just gained another sub-species and it is the gaming ultrabook. The raw computing power and mobility, which define this kind of computers are still not enough to supply the regular user/gamer, a good session of gaming with some of the recent games. All of that is going to change with the revolution that the company Maingear is going to bring. The revolution is starting with their new ultrabook that is called Pulse 11.
In this gaming ultrabook they managed to put all of the best components in its very compact housing. Continue reading
HP through the years produced many stylish, slick concepts for their laptop and netbook collections, this is the situation again with its updated collection of dm1 netbooks. To begin, the design seems to have been pretty much completely changed, providing the netbook a refreshing new look. Contributing to the complete experience is the over-all modest weight of 3. 5pounds and size of 16.7 by 3.2 x 10.2inches, enhance the recent new look. All of this creates a notebook with a great deal of innovative new tech that is appealing to the public. This collection of notebook computers is created mainly for the younger consumer and together with its portability, for the individuals who are usually on the move. Continue reading
Do you know who is at the top of their game, just breathing in the neck of the Macintosh Ipad2? Who has made something to couple up with the greats including the Samsung Galaxy Tab?
The newest revision of the Asus tablet or netbook is called “Asus Transformer Prime”. It is a new version of the same concept that came out last year which was called “Asus Transformer”. It is a tablet that has its own docking station and technology to use its comfort, accessories and power giving the pad the ability to act as a netbook at the same time. Continue reading