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Miniature Computational Center: ASUS W5F Notebook Review
[10/03/06 | by Alexander Britvin]

The W5 series has been rejuvenated after the arrival of the new dual-core platform. A stylish design and a very advanced hardware platform that provides highest performance in office applications are the key features of the ASUS W5F laptop that we are going to introduce to you today. Read more about an excellent business solution from ASUS in our new review!

Sony VAIO AR Series Notebook Review: Blu-Ray Going Mass?
[09/22/06 | by Alexander Britvin]

We’ve got the world’s first notebook equipped with a drive that supports Blu-Ray – the new solution from Sony. Read more about this great solution features the most high-end specifications and features in our new detailed review.

Two Sony VAIO SZ Notebooks with Intel Core Duo Inside
[08/10/06 | by Alexander Britvin]

Today we are going to look at two Sony VAIO models from the SZ series: VAIO VGN-SZ1HRP/B and VAIO VGN-SZ1XRP/C, which have come as a replacement to the older S series. These two models resemble one another visually, but there is a price difference of almost $500 US between them. In this review we are going to find out how the similar appearance conceals great differences in the “tempers” of these two notebooks.

ASUS W2Jc Notebook: Mobile Digital Home Solution
[07/17/06 | by Alexander Britvin]

Today we are going to introduce to you a portable computer that offers the most recent and best advances in the world of mobile computing alongside with excellent multimedia experience. It’s hard to tell what this powerful multimedia station cannot do because it can do almost everything. Read more about a laptop that will not only perform its direct functions of a high-performance portable computer system but will also easily replace a lot of electronics like a TV-set or audio system in your home or office.

ASUS A6Jc Notebook: New Reincarnation of the Popular Family
[07/11/06 | by Alexander Britvin]

If you don’t run a lot of multi-threaded applications on your laptop, then you might want to consider ASUS A6Jc notebook series for your needs. It leaves a nice impression, offering quite appealing price/quality and price/capabilities ratios. It can last longer on its battery and offers more performance than notebooks based on the older mobile platform, and thus has a chance to be as successful on the market as it has been in our tests. Read more in our review now!

ASUS W6F Notebook: Thin, Light and Fast Companion
[06/19/06 | by Alexander Britvin]

Today we would like to introduce to you a new notebook family from ASUS – W6F. The model we will look at today is a well-balanced and elegant solution based on Intel Core Duo T2300 processor that delivers enough performance for a wide range of applications, features multimedia aspect ratio of the matrix and a few interesting technologies for image quality improvement, offers rather big screen and wireless interfaces. Read more about this helpful traveling companion.

14" Widescreen: Most Optimal Solution? 10 Contemporary Notebooks Roundup
[06/07/06 | by Vasily Melnik]

Today we are going to take a look at 10 contemporary notebook models that boast one common feature: they all have 14-inch widescreen display. Will these solutions prove great business companions? Read more about solutions from ASUS, Acer, LG, MSI, Samsung, Sony and Toshiba.

ASUS A3Vc Review: Mobile Business-Notebook
[05/23/06 | by Alexander Britvin]

Successful businessmen, this is the solution to check out. We would like to introduce to you s model with very appealing price/quality and price/functionality ratios. Designed in a stylish, remarkable way and equipped with a large matrix, fast processor and discrete graphics, this notebook deserves your attention. Read more in our review!

ASUS V6J Notebook on Intel Dual-Core Processor
[04/21/06 | by Alexander Britvin]

Today we will introduce to you another mobile solution based on the Napa platform. It is a vivid representative of the ASUS V6J family – the ASUS V6X00J. A combination of restrained, stylish exterior design and wide functionality makes the new notebook from ASUS in a light aluminum-magnesium case a symbol of success and impeccable taste. Find out more about this product from our detailed review.

Centrino Duo Mobile Platform Review
[04/13/06 | by Ilya Gavrichenkov]

Intel Centrino Duo platform has come out and the stores started offering notebooks with dual-core architecture. However, will the dual-core mobile architecture be as successful as in the desktop and server segments? This article dedicated to the new Intel Centrino Duo platform will reveal all the differences and improvements compared with the previous generation Centrino systems.

Acer Ferrari 4005WLMi Notebook Review
[03/24/06 | by Alexander Britvin]

We would like to introduce to you a superior notebook on AMD Turion 64 processor from Acer. Like any premium model, the notebook boasts high performance, wide communicational capabilities, and superb functionality with all sorts of connectors, ports and interfaces you may want to have. Read more now!

SONY VAIO VGN-TX1XRP Review: New Look of the Popular Laptop Family
[02/07/06 | by Alexander Britvin]

Today we are going to introduce to you an exclusive notebook series from Sony designed in charcoal carbon fibre. The robust lighter and smaller case now envelops an advanced up-to-date configuration without losing any of its precious battery life. The performance has also been significantly improved. Read more in our review!

Fujitsu Siemens LIFEBOOK P7010 Notebook Review
[01/16/06 | by Alexander Britvin]

The LIFEBOOK P7010 sub-notebook from Fujitsu Siemens is over one year old, yet it can still beat some of its “younger” opponents. This product is a lucky combination of an advanced configuration that delivers a sufficiently high performance and a rich set of input/output ports like in normal-size notebooks. It is ergonomic, light (1.3kg), small and truly portable. Read more in our review.

Samsung Q30 Plus Notebook: Minimum Weight and Maximum Performance
[01/11/06 | by Alexander Britvin]

We would like to introduce to you a new sub-notebook from Samsung - the Q30 Plus model based on the Sonoma platform (915GMS chipset and Intel Pentium M 733 ULV Dothan processor). We will compare the features and performance of this solution against those of the previous generation product and the competitors.

Your A4-Size Business Companion: Choosing the Best Compact Notebook. Part II
[12/12/05 | by Vasily Melnik]

Today we are offering you the second article in the series devoted to the compact notebook solutions from the leading laptop designers and manufacturers. We will discuss the models from ASUS, Dell, Sony, Terra and Toshiba falling into sub-$2500 price category.

"Dress for Less": Choosing the Best Budget Laptop
[12/01/05 | by Vasily Melnik]

We are going to take a closer look at the budget notebook solutions available in the today’s market. We will look at the sub-$800 models from Acer, ASUS, Fujitsu, HP Compaq, LG, Samsung and Toshiba and try to find out what exactly the user can get for such an attractive price.

Small but Stylish: SONY VAIO VGN-T2XRP-S Notebook Review
[11/26/05 | by Nikita Nikolaichev]

We would like to introduce to you an economical, yet sufficiently high-performing configuration with a wide screen display, which won’t call for an upgrade in near future. This is a notebook from SONY based on the Ultra Low Voltage processor with the highest clock rate, i.e. on Pentium M ULV 753 with the default frequency of 1.2GHz.

Your A4-Size Business Companion: Choosing the Best Compact Notebook. Part I
[11/16/05 | by Vasily Melnik]

Today we would like to offer you the first article in the series devoted to the compact notebook solutions from the leading laptop designers and manufacturers. The models from Acer, Dialogue Technology, Fujitsu Siemens, IBM, LG, MSI, and Samsung boast unique personality, excellent features, small size and weight. Hope this series of articles helps you make the best choice!

Stylish Corporate Solution from MSI: Hetis 915 Lite Slim PC Review
[10/18/05 | by Vasily Melnik]

We would like to introduce to you a new small form-factor office solution from MSI: easy to assemble, impeccably designed, small, stylish and functional. Best choice for your office needs if no gaming goals are involved :)

Toshiba Libretto U100-S213 Review: Size Does Matter
[09/10/05 | by Vasily Melnik]

If your priorities are compactness, low weight, long battery life and high performance you should definitely take a look at a great compact solution from Toshiba. This notebook will be most useful on trips, or can be easily turned into a compact portable office station.