May 2010 Notebook/Laptop Articles

Listed below are all of our news and reviews articles for May 2010. If you are looking for an article on a particular day or on a particular topic, you can use the menu on the right to narrow your search

Notebook/Laptop Articles for May of 2010

Below are the 140 Notebook/Laptop articles for May of 2010

Iomega iConnect Review

The Iomega iConnect Wireless Data Station is a sort of DIY-type NAS unit that allows you to share any USB-connected storage across your network. If you are the type of[...]

Most Popular Laptops for April 2010

Each month we compile data for the number of times a particular notebook is viewed on this site's product pages to get an idea for what mainstream consumers are looking[...]

ASUS Makes EeeKeyboard Official…Finally

It seems like it's been forever and a day since rumors first came out surrounding ASUS' efforts to stuff a computer into a space no bigger than a keyboard -[...]

Lexmark Prestige – Our printer deal of the week

Check out the "deal of the week" and get a rundown of all the best deals of the week!

HP Pavilion dm3t Review

The Pavilion dm3 is a CULV thin and light notebook series from HP that includes both the AMD-based dm3z and Intel-based dm3t. This notebook packs a 13.3-inch screen, optional integrated[...]

Printer Buying Guide: A Buyers Guide for Finding the Right Printer

We've put together a brief, handy guide to the different mainstream printer categories. We want to help you make the best purchase decision or at least avoid having to[...]

Sony’s atracTable to Compete with Microsoft Surface

Microsoft unveiled Surface a few years ago and while it's not a failure by any stretch of the imagination - its technologies have been integrated into a number of other[...]

Steam Video Game Download Service Review

Steam is the most popular online game download service for PCs. Today we take a look at this market leader and see how it stacks up against competitors.

Epson reveals fastest WorkForce AIO

Epson revealed the latest addition to its WorkForce line of printers, the WorkForce 520, is also the fastest AIO in its class.

Quad-Core AMD Mobile Processors Coming

Expect to see quad-core mobile processors from AMD showing up in notebooks soon.

Moms, Dads and Grads Buyer’s Guide 2010

Spring buying season is an important time for electronics retailers. The trifecta of events - Mother's Day, Father's Day and Graduation - means that now is the perfect time to[...]

Moms, Dads and Grads Buyer’s Guide 2010

Whether you're waiting until the last minute to pick out your Mother's Day gift, trying to find an early Father's Day present, or searching for a laptop for your kid's[...]

Enterprise Freeware Detects Performance Loss from Fragmentation

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Moms, Dads and Grads Buyer’s Guide 2010

It's time for the trinity of Spring gift giving: Mother's Day, Father's Day, and a plethora of graduations. The first of the holiday events, Mother's Day, is just around the[...]

HP Announces New Consumer Notebooks

Today HP announced the refresh of their entire consumer notebook lineup with new models following their MUSE design philosophy. MUSE, which stands for materials, usability, sensory appeal and experiences, is[...]

HP Adds Nine New Business Notebooks with AMD Processors

Today HP announced nine new affordable business notebooks targeted at the corporate and small to midsized business customers. All of these new notebooks offer a wide range of processor options[...]

Top 10 printers for April 2010

Get a jump on your printer purchasing research with's list of top viewed printers for April.

OCZ Unveils Enzo USB3.0 SSD

OCZ took the wraps off its latest USB-powered SSD, the Enzo. Enzo takes advantage of the speed increases built into USB3.0 - for the first time, portable solid state[...]

Microsoft Word 2010 Review — What’s New in Word 2010

Microsoft Word 2010 is the crown jewel of the latest version of MS Office, but has the world's best-known word processor evolved enough to justify an upgrade? We break down[...]

Epson unveils industry first sub $100 AIO

Epson unveiled the Stylus NX420, the industry's first all-in-one inkjet printer with built-in wireless n priced under $100.

Lexmark X466de

The X466de offers print speeds up to 40 ppm, built-in duplex print and scan, Lexmark s 7-inch e-Task color touchscreen, print resolution up to 1200 x 1200 dpi, and a[...]

First Impressions: The New HP Laptops

This week HP launched plenty of new notebooks, including models in the dv, dm, and ENVY series, but the debuts might have left you wondering what's changed or what happened[...]

Viewsonic Releases 1ms 27-inch VX2739wm Display

Viewsonic calls it the world's first, and while that's not for us to decide, a 27-inch display with a 1ms refresh rate is nothing to sneeze at. Designed with[...]

Roku Updates Netflix Players with Search and Instant Queue

Roku is known for being the first company to partner with Netflix and deliver instant streaming compatibility to a device other than your computer. These little boxes sit beneath[...]

Moms, Dads & Grads Software Buyers Guide 2010

If you're considering buying a loved one a new PC this spring, don't forget that software has as much (if not more) impact on your computing experience as hardware. We[...]

Business printers 101

Choosing a new printer for your office can be difficult, so the staff at has put together a primer on business style printing to provide useful knowledge for making[...]

Western Digital’s WD TV Live Now Supports Windows 7

Obviously, we found WD's WD TV Live player to be a solid product, awarding it our Editor's Choice award. The company has been quick to update the unit's firmware,[...]

Kodak ESP Office 6150 first look

Get a hands-on first look at Kodak's first office centric all-in-one inkjet, the ESP Office 6150, released earlier this year at CES.

Seagate to Push 3TB Hard Drives This Year?

The Register picked up on a few interesting rumors about storage company Seagate, suggesting that the hard drive maker would be introducing a whopping three terabytes of storage on a[...]

NEC Launches 27-inch 2560×1440 p-IPS Display

While Apple may have been the first major company to introduce the 2560x1440 27-inch display form factor in its latest iMac refresh, more traditional display makers have been quick to[...]

Sony Adds Touchpad to VAIO P

Sony just announced an updated VAIO P ultraportable notebook, adding one-touch buttons for accessing the Internet, adjusting screen resolution and launching tune-up software. The refresh also brings a small touchpad[...]

Canon imageCLASS MF8350Cdn – Our printer deal of the week

Check out the "deal of the week" and get a rundown of all the best deals of the week!

Get Six Great Indie Games and Help Charity

Inspired by efforts like the famous annual Macheist bundles, a group of Indie developers has banded together to provide The Humble Indie Bundle. Pay what you want, get six[...]

New Research Points to 10TB Hard Drives

Just when you thought 2TB hard drives were the final resting place for traditional rotating magnetic storage comes new research that shows that these 3.5-inch monsters still have a long[...]

Digital Storm Introduces Black|OPS Assassin with Advanced Cooling

Today Digital Storm, a boutique enthusiast PC maker, introduced its new Black|OPS Assassin, a gaming system with a vertically-oriented water cooling system designed to let users overclock their processors.

Lenovo ThinkStation E20 Review

In recent months, computer companies have started to turn their aim from the biggest and baddest workstations possible to providing end users with what the industry calls a "workstation-class solution"[...]

Lenovo Releases New IdeaPad Z-series and Updates U-series Notebooks

In the wake of last week's HP notebook refresh, Lenovo is also announcing new updated models as well as a new line of notebooks. Today Lenovo launches the new IdeaPad[...]

Lenovo Updates Consumer Lineup with Sleek Aluminum All-in-one and ION-powered Nettop

Lenovo might be much better known for their business products, namely ThinkPads and ThinkCentre desktops, but that hasn't stopped the Chinese powerhouse from taking advantage of all that business savvy[...]

NZXT Releases Futuristic Vulcan Micro ATX Case

While traditional computer manufacturers may bring out attractive and interesting desktop designs periodically, they don't hold a candle to what some of the smaller accessory companies introduce on a regular[...]

Lenovo ThinkStation E20

True workstation performance and reliability for budget-minded professionals, ideal for entry CAD and DCC applications.

Dell Inspiron 546

Make It Yours Everything you want and nothing you don’t. The Inspiron 546 desktop gives you the power to personalize everything down to the chassis color. Complement your style with[...]

Dell Inspiron Zino HD

Inspiron Zino HD Introducing the new Inspiron Zino HD mini desktop computer. You ll be amazed by how many powerful features are inside such a perfectly small 8″ by 8″[...]

Dell Inspiron 560

Make It Yours Everything you want and nothing you don’t. The Inspiron 560 desktop gives you the power to personalize everything down to the chassis colour. Complement your style with[...]

Dell OptiPlex 380

OptiPlex 380 Desktop The Dell OptiPlex 380 provides cost-efficient, powerful, expandable desktop solutions to organizations with simple networks. Key features include: Essential features at an affordable cost Long system lifecycles,[...]

Dell OptiPlex 780

OptiPlex 780 Desktop The Dell OptiPlex 780 is ideal for environments that demand a durable, stable platform, comprehensive security control, and superior management capability. Featuring the optional Intel vPro technology[...]

Impulse Video Game Download Service Review

Impulse by Stardock is a digital game distribution platform that competes with Steam and Direct2Drive. Does Impulse offer anything over its competitors and is it worth using? We answer these[...]

HP Pavilion Elite e9105z

Stylish, premium performance PCs with the latest technology and maximum expandability for demanding, high-end PC experiences and gaming

New Intel Core i5, i7 CPUs Coming?

A service manual of HP's upcoming Envy 17 notebook reveals Intel may be coming out with new mobile Core i5 and i7 processors in the near future.

Laser printers and the SMB market

There comes a time when nearly every small business will outgrow a consumer-grade inkjet. Today, we'll discuss how laser printers, and the various features they offer, can meet the specific[...]

Dell 3335dn

The Dell 3335dn is a 4-in-1 monochrome laser printer with print, scan, copy, and fax capabilities featuring print speeds up to 40 ppm, a print resolution up to 1200 x[...]

Windows 7 Migration Tools Roundup

Migrating to Windows 7 is extremely easy - if you're currently running Windows Vista. Switching to Windows 7 from Windows XP is more complicated, but there are some third-party applications[...]

AMD Updates Athlon II CPUs, Bumps Line to 3GHz

When we reviewed AMD's Athlon II X4 CPUs late last year, we really found them to offer unbeatable performance for the dollar. Now, it looks like AMD is doing[...]

Mushkin Announces New Super Fast Callisto SSDs

Another company known more for their high-performance memory than their storage products, Mushkin has been putting solid state drives out on the market for some time, now.

Dell Introduces the Studio XPS 7100: AMD Vision with Six-Core CPUs

AMD introduced their new branding concept, "AMD Vision", last year. The idea behind Vision is to simplify the computer buying experience for consumers. Dell is jumping on board with Vision,[...]

AMD Goes Gangbusters: AMD Vision, AMD Computers, AMD, AMD, AMD

It's been a good year for AMD. Last fall they shipped their 500 millionth x86 CPU, they've handily beaten their competition on price/performance ratios and even scored a win from[...]

Dell 3335dn review

Read our full review of the Dell 3335dn multifuntion printer that features built-in networking, print speeds up to 40 ppm and a 7-inch color touchscreen. Could the multifunction 3335dn be[...]

Lenovo ThinkPad Edge 15 Review

The Lenovo ThinkPad Edge 15 is the biggest notebook in the Edge family that also includes 13 and 14-inch models. The Edge series is known for its stylish looks that[...]

HP Releases 4320t Mobile Thin Client

Today HP expanded its client virtualization offerings by adding the 4320t Mobile Thin Client to its portfolio of systems. HP worked closely with Citrix to design the infrastructure behind the[...]

More Intel Huron River Platform Details Revealed

Intel revealed more details of its upcoming 'SandyBridge' mobile platform at an investor's meeting May 11.

Microsoft Excel 2010 Review — What’s New in Excel 2010

Microsoft Excel 2010 was subject to perhaps the least radical makeover of any app in Office 2010, but that's not to say that the world's most popular spreadsheet application didn't[...]

Dell Adds Two New IPS Monitors to its UltraSharp Lineup

Dell has made a pretty big name for itself in recent years with its push into the computer monitor market, and its due in no small part to products like[...]

iBUYPOWER Launches LAN Warrior II with Futuristic NZXT Case

Remember the cool NZXT case we talked about just a few days ago? Boutique PC maker iBUYPOWER has wasted no time in fitting it into their second-generation LAN Warrior[...]

Dell Updates Latitude Line with E4310, E5410, E5510

Dell has refreshed its Latitude business-class notebook lineup with the E4310, E5410 and E5510, all featuring the latest Intel Core i-series processors.

Canon Pixma MX340 first look

The Canon Pixma MX340 is an entry level all-in-one designed for home offices and small businesses featuring a 30-sheet ADF and built-in wireless connectivity, among other functions. Check out our[...]

Gateway Updates NV Series Notebooks

Gateway has announced a refreshed version of its NV series consumer notebooks; they feature a matte lid and a social networking button.

ViewSonic Releases LED-backlit 22-inch VX2250wm

Looking for an slim LED-backlit display that won't break the bank? ViewSonic's new VX2250wm might be right up your alley.

Fujitsu Intros T730 Tablet PC

Fujitsu has introduced its latest tablet PC, the T730 featuring a 12.1-inch display and Intel Core i5 processors.

Lian-Li Unveils Shockingly Red Spider Case

It's red...and it's shaped like a spider. That's really all we can say.

Canon Acquires Carolina-based Tereck Office Solutions

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Samsung ML-2851ND – Our printer deal of the week

Check out the "deal of the week" and get a rundown of all the best deals of the week!

Dell Inspiron 14 (1464) Review

When you need to strike the balance between a desktop-replacement notebook and a laptop for frequent travel you will probably end up shopping for a 14-inch notebook. The Dell Inspiron[...]

ASUS MT276HE LCD Monitor Review

ASUS has become synonymous lately with the diminutive Eee line of netbooks and nettops. They've been known for a long time as a major OEM for motherboards and graphics cards,[...]

Seagate Confirms that 3TB Drives are Coming this Year

We mentioned a few weeks ago that Seagate seemed to be prepping a 3TB drive for release later this year, and now the storage company has gone official and confirmed[...]

Mozy 2.0 Online Backup Review

Mozy took home our "Editor's Choice" award among online backup products last year, and now its out to top its game with Mozy 2.0. Is this new version just a[...]

New Tangent All-in-One PC Features Rare Type of Resistive Multitouch Display

Resistive multi-touch technology, limited so far mostly to tablet and smartphone prototypes, is now turning up in the surprising setting of an actually shipping all-in-one PC from Tangent Inc.

Laser Printers: A fit for every business

Making a technology purchase for a small, medium or large business can be a difficult process. Let us help you with our detailed selection guide and buyer's checklist!

36.3 Million Netbooks Shipped in 2009

More than 36 million netbooks shipped in 2009, surpassing ABI Research's early predictions of 35 million units, which some analysts and industry insiders pegged as too high.

HP expands Designjet large-format portfolio

HP revealed its expanded large-format graphic arts portfolio today at the Ipex 2010 show in the United Kingdom.

Netbooks a second (or third) thought in business

The results from our recent netbook survey are in, and it looks like these low-cost, low-performance, ultra-mobile laptops are indeed finding a new home in the world of business. What[...]

Acer Denies Chrome Tablet Rumors, Stays Silent About Android

While denying published reports of plans for a Chrome tablet, Acer is keeping mum on rumors surrounding its supposed intentions for an Android tablet, a smartphone, an e-reader, and a[...]

HP Intros G42t Series Notebooks

HP has silently introduced their latest consumer budget notebook, the G42t featuring a 14-inch display and Intel Core i3/i5 dual-core processors.

Gateway ZX4300, ZX6900 Expand Company’s All-in-one Lineup

Today Gateway introduced two new all-in-one models that further expand the company's push into the space-saving all-in-one segment of the market.

Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Review — What’s New in PowerPoint 2010

Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 boasts some major improvements over previous versions of Microsoft's presentation software, but are these changes enough to justify purchasing Office 2010? We break it down in this[...]

Ricoh launches HotSpot mobile print app for BlackBerry

Ricoh Americas Corporation announced this morning that it will now be providing Ricoh HotSpot, a mobile printing application for BlackBerry smartphones.

Dell Studio XPS 7100 Review

Dell is the first major computer manufacturer to market a desktop both with AMD's new Vision market branding as well as with their new six-core processors. The computer giant has[...]

Think about ink: Generic cartridges vs. Original cartridges

In today's economy every dollar counts and routine purchases suddenly become extras. That's why the staff at has decided to look at alternative ink sources to see if they[...]

1080p HD OmniVision WebCam Coming to Laptops

Notebook PCs and netbooks coming to market early in 2011 are expected to be outfitted with camera sensors from Omnivision as well as other gear supporting the same 1080p high[...]

Dell Studio XPS 7100

Mobile Edge Ultra Portable Backpack Review

Just because you own a compact netbook it doesn't mean that you want to carry it in your hands all day between classes or office meetings. The Mobile Edge Ultra[...]

Samsung CLP-770nd review

Read our review of the Samsung CLP-770nd, hailed one of the "best in its class" for speed, reliability, durability and price, and find out if the buzz is true!

Samsung CLP-770nd

The Samsung CLP-770nd is a single function color laser printer hailed as one of the best in its class thanks to print speeds up to 33 ppm, a monthly duty[...]

Review of the HP EliteBook 2740p

HP recently updated their popular business-grade tablet PC with the latest Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors. Over on we recently had a chance to take an in-depth[...]

Shuttle J3 5800G Six-Core Micro Workstation Starts Shipping

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Panasonic releases new flagship Toughbook

Military personnel, emergency responders, and laptop abusers of all stripes, pay heed: Panasonic released its sixth generation of its most rugged Toughbook. The fully rugged Toughbook 31 features Panasonic's magnesium[...]

ASUS to Update Bamboo Laptops

ASUS recently shared its summer plans for its laptop line, the highlights of which include the second generation of its U Series Bamboo Collection and a new high-end model that[...]

AMD introduces two new laptop platforms

AMD has unveiled two new laptop platforms, both of which promise smooth video playback and gameplay, speedy media encoding, up to 8 hours of battery life, and a great price.

Acer, MSI announce laptops on AMD’s new platform

AMD promised its new 2010 Mainstream and Ultrathin platforms would show up on many laptops this summer (135, to be exact), and Acer and MSI are doing their part to[...]

Dell to release quad-core AMD-based Inspiron this summer

Following AMD's 2010 Mainstream and Ultrathin laptop platforms announcement, Dell has announced the Inspiron M501R, a 15.6-inch laptop on AMD's Mainstream platform that will feature a quad-core Phenom II X4[...]

More Metal Notebooks On the Way

The proportion of metal-based notebooks on the market will continue to increase throughout this year, according to a DigiTimes report.

Why Businesses Use PS/2 Ports, or IBM Gave Malware to a Bunch of Security Experts

We often comment in reviews of business desktops why so many computers still come with PS/2 ports. This is a perfect example.

OKI refreshes Mono LED line with B411, B431 series

OKI Data Americas announced a refresh of their single function monochrome LED line with the arrival of two new series, the B411 and B431.

OKI C330dn and C530dn round out color LED line

OKI Data Americas also announced the addition of two new single function color LED printers, the C330dn and the C530dn, this morning.

ASUS Pre-Installs Amazon Kindle Software on Netbooks and Notebooks

Today ASUS announced they will be pre-installing Amazon Kindle software on notebook and netbook models sold through The software will allow current Kindle owners to synchronize purchases through multiple[...]

MSI Intros New Classic Series Notebooks

MSI has announced two new notebooks, the 15.6-inch CX620MX and 14-inch CX420MX.

OKI C711n first look

OKI Data Americas announced a complete refresh of their color LED line this morning and we have an exclusive hands-on video first look of the C711n color LED printer!

Samsung See-Through OLED World’s Biggest

At a recent Samsung technology showcase in Asia, the tech giant showed off the latest fruits of their OLED research: a 19-inch transparent AMOLED screen that they're calling the world's[...]

Elgato EyeTV Brings DVR Functionality to iMacs, Mac Minis, Macbooks, iPhones and iPads

Elgato isn't new to making accessories aimed at the Apple-centric consumer amongst us. Their latest effort, the Elgato EyeTV HD DVR, brings together content from SD, HD, cable and[...]

OCZ Vertex 2, Agility 2 SSDs Available in 400/480GB Versions

Those 256GB drives just not enough space? Today OCZ announced the development of 400 and 480GB solid state drives, new entrants into their Vertex 2 and Agility 2 lineups.

Good Old Games Download Service Review

Good Old Games is an online game download service that serves a niche market: people looking for classic PC games. We take a look at this service and find out[...]

NVIDIA Announces New “World’s Fastest” Notebook GPU

Today NVIDIA launched their newest and fastest gaming GPU, the GTX 480M. This chip has a lot to offer for notebooks, including a dedicated Tesselation engine for up to 5x[...]

Rugged Laptops: Essential to Business and Home?

You might have seen TV commercials for rugged notebooks, but what makes a laptop truly rugged? Are these extremely durable laptops just for war zones, or do they belong in[...]

Toshiba’s Notebook Business For Sale?

ASUS reportedly may purchase Toshiba's notebook business to place it in the top three notebook makers by 2011.

Panasonic Toughbook 19 receives Core i5 update

Panasonic adds Intel's new Core i5-540UM CPU to its fully rugged Toughbook 19 laptop.

Intel Larrabee Graphics Card: Canceled

Today Intel announced an "update" on their plans to enter the discrete graphics arena. That update was really an announcement that they wouldn't be pursuing discrete graphics cards at[...]

Unique Lenovo A300 All-in-one Now Available

Remember that strikingly-designed Lenovo all-in-one from CES this year? It's now available for order.

HP Recalls 54,000 More Laptop Batteries as Fire Hazards

In the latest in a long string of industry recalls of lithium ion batteries, HP has recalled at least 54,000 additional batteries used in HP and Compaq notebook PCs, after[...]

Intel releases ultra-low-voltage Core CPUs

Intel releases ULV chips in its Core i3, i5, and i7 families.

Beyond the spin: A look at green printing and energy management

Major industry players are casting the color green on their latest product lines and marketing campaigns but how much of it is mere window dressing? Take a look beyond the[...]

Intel Cancels Larrabee Discrete Graphics Card

Intel announced on its blog that it "will not bring a discrete graphics product to market" - at least for now.

HP Plans Web-Connected Printers Based on Palms WebOS

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Mvix HDHome S2 and S4 RAID-capable HTPCs Released

Mvix announced the relase of their newest HD media product, the HDHome, which combines a compact home theater PC along with high density RAID storage and power enough for playing[...]

How Lenovo Designs an All-in-One PC

When consumers purchase a new computer, they go to the store or online, read a couple of reviews, pick some options, whip out their credit card and wait for it[...]

Dell announces four new business print solutions

Dell introduced four new custom printer solutions that aim to increase day to day efficiency within the business while enabling IT managers to focus on other tech areas.

Dell adds 5350dn laser printer to SMB lineup

Dell announced the addition of the Dell 5350dn single function laser printer to their growing small and medium business line up early this morning.

Microsoft Outlook 2010 Review: What’s New in Outlook 2010

Outlook 2010 includes some radical new features never before seen in a Microsoft email client. But are these new bells and whistles enough to keep the old mail workhorse in[...]

Samsung Intros New Business Notebooks

Samsung has introduced its latest notebook computers, including the P80 Premium series, the P30 Essential series, and the NB30 Pro Specialized Netbook.

Dell Vostro 3400 Review

The Dell Vostro 3400 combines the latest Intel Core i3 and Core i5 processors, good battery life and range of security options for business, in an affordable 14-inch laptop.[...]

New Clevo Notebooks Surface w/ GTX 480M, SLI

Two new gaming notebooks have surfaced on Clevo's website featuring Nvidia's new GTX 480M graphics card.

Seagate Launches “Hybrid” SSD/HDD

Seagate has rolled out an innovative "hybrid" PC drive aimed at acting as both a solid state drive (SSD) and a hard disk drive (HDD), in ways that depend on[...]

HP Sees Desktop Market Grow Faster than Notebook

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Mobile Edge Alienware Orion Messenger Review

Why buy a customized Alienware gaming notebook and stick it inside a boring laptop bag? We took a closer look at the Mobile Edge Alienware Orion Messenger bag and Alienware[...]

Lenovo Skylight SmartBook delayed, Switches to Android

Laptop Magazine reports that Lenovo is once again pushing back the release date for its Skylight and U1 Hybrid Smartbooks.

MSI Wind Top AE2420 3D Sneaks 3D Capabilities Into All-in-ones

We've talked about MSI's 3D all-in-one concept before, but it looks like it's finally hitting the market for real. The new Wind Top (the Wind brand is MSI's version[...]

Samsung USB-Powered Monitor is 19 Inches, Powered by Two USB Ports

Samsung has been showing off a new desktop monitor concept, powered by the USB ports on a computer. Using USB for display is nothing new; DisplayLink has been showing[...]

iPhone-Powered AppleTV Refresh Imminent?

Despite the fact we rarely post on rumors, this one is too good, and too obvious, to pass up. Engadget seems to have gotten a source at Apple to[...]

Fujitsu LifeBook AH550 Review

The LifeBook AH550 is a 15.6-inch desktop replacement notebook from Fujitsu. With a starting price of $749, the AH550 includes an Intel Core i3-330m processor, 4GB of DDR3 RAM and[...]

‘HyDrive’ Hybrid SSD/ODD Now Official

Hitachi and LG have officially announced the HyDrive, an optical drive/solid state disk (OD/SSD) combo unit for notebook computers.

ASUS Eee Pad EP101TC and EP121 Hands-On Preview

The much rumored and greatly anticipated ASUS media tablet is official ... and it's more than just a media tablet. The Eee Pad EP101TC and EP121 are the first in[...]

Computex 2010: MSI Shows Off New All-in-Ones, Fuzion Gaming Motherboards

Today MSI revealed a number of new all-in-one models on display in addition to their recently announced 3D-capable lineup. The new systems showed off an interest on the part[...]