The personal computer industry has one thing in common with New England weather: Conditions can change in an instant. In the case of notebooks, those changes pop up as new technologies are developed and applications are created.
Over the course of the past year or two, we have seen the introduction of small and lightweight netbooks, the further expansion and segmentation of notebooks, and the emergence of cloud-based applications create a larger dependence on wireless communications and pervasive connections.
Portable systems have become more powerful and more affordable as next generation architectures evolve and vendors jockey for market position in a tough economy. This has created a wider range of choices for both businesses and consumers, but also made selecting the right PC for the right applications a tougher job.
NotebookReview has always been at the forefront of presenting the most complete and unbiased news, reviews and evaluations of the latest in notebook technology to help in your purchase decisions. We have continually updated our presentation format to give users the information they need both quickly and efficiently, without a lot of unnecessary hype or hyperbole. That is both our mission and our passion.
Today, we take that responsibility to a whole new level by re-launching NotebookReview with a brand new look and feel that is more graphical, more readable and a lot easier to use than ever before. The entire site has been redesigned to better present the information you need to make an intelligent and informed buying decision. The format is not only easier to use, but puts a lot more relevant information at your fingertips and ready to be applied at the point of purchase. It’s a whole new look, but the same credible and reliable content you’ve come to trust.
The re-launch of NotebookReview is the third we’ve done this year, as we repackage all of the TechnologyGuide Web sites. Previous launches include DigitalCameraReview and Brighthand, our smartphone news and reviews site. Over the coming months, we will introduce exciting new versions of DesktopReview, PrinterComparison, and TabletPCReview. We also plan to expand our software and business technology coverage with new sub-sections and dedicated areas that target key applications areas and interests.
As we said, it’s all part of our mission to be a leading technology resource and your best bet for unbiased and honest product reviews and evaluations.
– Tim Scannell