Windows 2009 Notebook/Laptop Articles

Popular Windows Articles for 2009

Dell OptiPlex 755 Review: Windows 7 in the Workplace

Microsoft has announced that Windows 7 will be generally available right at the tail end of October, later this year. We've discussed before what that might mean for consumers,[...]

Lenovo IdeaCentre A600 Review

Much like Dell until recently, Lenovo hasn't been known for being a forward thinking company in terms of aesthetic design. They did a couple of things well, and that[...]

Gaming: Vista vs 7

One of the biggest reasons gamers will want to upgrade to Windows 7, as we've covered elsewhere, is thanks to addition of DirectX 11. What about the rest of your[...]

eMachines EZ1601-01 Review

eMachines originally showed up as an independent computer manufacturer, showing off that you could build solid PCs without worrying too much about design and sell them very cheaply while still[...]

AMD launches new AM3 Phenom II processors / Phenom II 720 and 810 Review

Even though AMD just launched their new Phenom II processors, they're not wasting any time in rolling out the rest of their platform. Following the recent price drops on[...]

Acer introduces new multitouch-capable Aspire Z5610 all-in-one desktop

We knew this day would come. Ever since Steve Ballmer and Bill Gates showed off the first multitouch abilities of Windows 7 well over a year ago, companies have[...]

Dell Zino and Zino HD specs show up on Dell’s support site

At an event in NYC in August, we got to take a look at an upcoming small form factor desktop Dell plans to launch. The Zino is a diminutive, sleek[...]

NEC rolls out market’s cheapest 1080p IPS display

This week NEC, known for making high-end computer displays, rolled out the MultiSync EA231WMi, a 23-inch 16:9 monitor that uses a high-end IPS panel. Known for significantly better viewing[...]

HP MediaSmart LX195 Review

Windows Home Server is finally being taken seriously as people realize its power and usefulness. HP was essentially the first OEM to start selling complete WHS systems to consumers;[...]

Windows XP crowned king of the hill when it comes to raw performance

Windows XP crowned king of the hill when it comes to raw performance

Fingerprints Ahoy: Looking at Windows 7 Multitouch

Apple didn't invent touch or multitouch functionality, but they certainly popularized it in the consumer space. Microsoft has acknowledged this by building multi-input capabilities into Windows 7 and even went[...]

Windows Home Server Power Pack 3 Out Soon

Microsoft isn't forgetting about consumer-focused edition of Windows Server - Windows Home Server continues to regular updates like the rest of the family. The third Power Pack (WHS version[...]

Albatron launching 22″ multi-touch monitor

Albatron has come out and said that they would be releasing their 22" multi-touch display in early March. The Taiwanese company first showed off a prototype version of the[...]

DesktopReview.com 2009 Readers Survey

As we approach the end of the year, it becomes time to reflect on the past year and start planning for the next. At TechnologyGuide, we take the opportunity[...]

Windows 8 Due in 2012

Well, Windows 7 is on store shelves and racing out the doors. So it's time to talk about the next version of Windows, right? No one knows what[...]

Microsoft unveiling Windows 7 public beta at CES?

Microsoft unveiling Windows 7 public beta at CES?

ASUS unveils new touchscreen all-in-ones

Gearing up for the release of Windows 7, ASUS is prepping to release new all-in-one systems that take advantage of one of the most talked about features in the new[...]

Windows 7 build 7600 screenshots leak out

A new build of Microsoft's next generation operating system, Windows 7, has apparently been leaked into the wild, and screenshots are starting to appear.

Intel CPU price list released: 10 – 20% price drops

Intel's updated pricing list of their desktop CPUs was let out from under wraps this week, showing an upcoming price drop of around 15% across the line.

Newegg reveals Windows 7 OEM pricing

Long a popular way for system builders to get their hands on Microsoft's operating systems without paying full retail price, the OEM pricing for Windows 7 was revealed when Newegg[...]