Gartner Research recently released their report on PC shipments in Q2, showing a healthy increase in shipments from the same period last year.
ASUS has introduced its Eee PC 1201PN netbook based on Nvidia's ION 2 platform.
An impressive 16 new Optimus-enabled notebooks show up at Computex in Taipei, Taiwan as Nvidia tries to dominate the mobile switchable graphics market. Which companies offer the latest Nvidia graphics? Keep reading after the jump.
Computex Taipei - ASUS has introduced a notebook computer with SiBEAM WirelessHD wireless display technology, capable of streaming 1080p/60 video to an HDTV.
Today ASUS announced they will be pre-installing Amazon Kindle software on notebook and netbook models sold through Amazon.com. The software will allow current Kindle owners to synchronize purchases through multiple devices and allow users to purchase books directly through the software. The Kindle software is also available for a wide range of computers and mobile devices.
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 will feature a quad-core Intel processor, Nvidia graphics, and an audio subsystem developed in conjunction with Bang and Olufsen.
The ASUS Eee PC 1218, an unannounced netbook, wins a Red Dot product design award.
ASUS has introduced its latest Eee PC netbook, the 1005PR with up to 11 hours of battery life and the ability play HD content.
Netbooks, those low-priced ultraportable laptops that appeared out of nowhere in 2007, are now a sizable portion of total laptop sales in the US. We answer all your netbook-related questions in our continuing coverage of the netbook market in partnership with SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com.
ASUS has introduced its latest consumer multimedia notebook, the N71JV-X1 with Nvidia Optimus switchable graphics technology.
ASUS has announced a new convertible tablet Eee PC featuring multi-touch technology, the T101MT.
Apple's upcoming tablet computer, which is expected to be unveiled tomorrow, has everyone talking. NotebookReview.com's Site Editor examines the most reliable rumors and explains why this will likely be the most important consumer electronic device since the iPhone.
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