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As the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show gets ready to close its doors, we take a closer look at the new Dell XPS 17 3D notebook and the latest refresh to[...]
Two days ago, images and performance specs of the as yet unreleased Dell Alienware m17x R3 were posted on the NotebookReview discussion forums. The latest revision includes the unreleased Intel[...]
Fresh from its debut at CES 2011, the Razer Switchblade is turning heads and making people rethink what "PC gaming" means. This Intel Atom-powered handheld mini notebook promises to deliver[...]
HP is saying "goodbye" to last year's Pavilion dm1z and "hello" to the completely redesigned HP Pavilion dm1. The new dm1 is HP's first notebook featuring AMD's new Fusion processor[...]
New information has been leaked about upcoming ASUS notebooks based on Intel's upcoming "Sandy Bridge" platform.
Christmas isn't here yet, but the team at NotebookReview.com can barely contain our excitement as we prepare for the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Keep reading to[...]
Lenovo has announced its latest ultraportable notebook, the 11.6-inch ThinkPad X120e weighing three pounds and starting at $400.
Sony today announced three new VAIO notebooks during a pre-show event at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show. The VAIO F-seies 3D notebook, VAIO S-series, and VAIO YB-series notebooks offer the[...]
We got a chance to take a look at the new line of Toshiba notebooks updated at this year's CES. Most of the Toshiba Satellite lineup will be making use[...]
Vendors at the Pepcom show in New York City talked up a range of new models, including the upcoming US edition of Acer's Aspire S3 ultrathin notebook, which may differ[...]
Whether you're looking for a good keyboard for the iPad or a new Wi-Fi router, here are a few products that you might have missed at CES 2011.
CES 2011 - Lenovo today launched several new series of IdeaPad consumer multimedia notebooks, encompassing everything from high performance to value-oriented.
Today Lenovo unveiled their first slate and hybrid notebook, the new IdeaPad U1 and LePad hybrid, a multi-touch Android slate running on LeOS that can also connect to the U1[...]
Even before the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show gets started in Las Vegas some of the biggest names in the notebook industry are showing off their latest toys. Keep reading to[...]
Acer launched its new Aspire 5253, Aspire 4253 and Aspire One 522 notebooks and netbooks priced at less than $500 and equipped with the latest AMD Fusion processors.
Today Iomega announced their new Personal Cloud technology, a technology that will take your Iomega NAS (Network Attached Storage device) in order to backup, protect, and give others access to[...]
The new Intel Sandy Bridge platform launch represents a huge step forward for Intel. The latest processor lineup substantially increases the performance, lowers power consumption, adds new security, enhances integrated[...]
Dolby Laboratories unleashed its fourth version of the Dolby Home Theater audio enhancing suite and Dolby Advanced Audio v2, as a part of its PC Entertainment Experience line up during[...]
Intel has released the latest product in its Solid State Drive (SSD) storage line, the 310 Series mSATA, which are just 1/8 the size of regular SSDs.
SanDisk makes a breakthrough in the USB flash storage market at CES by introducing built-in password-protected encryption software known as SecureAccess and a free online backup service for all new[...]