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Asus U1F: Ultra Compact High-End Notebook
[11/01/07 | by Alexander Britvin]

The U1 series is interesting for a number of non-standard solutions utilized in it. Particularly, the use of new materials (such as magnesium-aluminum alloy, robust carbon fiber, polished stainless steel), LED-based backlighting of the display, longer battery life, etc. Today we are going to take a real close look at this solution in our review!

Lenovo ThinkPad T61: A Modern Classic Notebook
[09/24/07 | by Alexey Drozzin]

Though it may not please lovers of the classic style, the modern notebook market is ruled by quite different trends now. Even such ultra-conservative products as ThinkPad have to change with the times. Read more in our detailed review!

Origami Project from Asus: Asus R2H Tablet PC Review
[08/15/07 | by Alexander Britvin]

We would like to introduce to you a truthful embodiment of the Origami concept. It is small, but offers high performance and a large selection of input and positioning devices. It’s got a lot of wireless interfaces as well. Read more in our detailed review!

Sony VAIO VGN-C2ZR/B Notebook: Perfect Mix of Performance and Ergonomics
[08/06/07 | by Alexander Britvin]

Once again Sony’s design team has come up with a well-balanced combination of style, performance and superb ergonomics. And today we are going to talk about this notebook series in our new review.

ASUS R1F – First Tablet from ASUSTeK Lab
[07/03/07 | by Alexander Britvin]

If you consider yourself one of those active, hard-working people whose activities are not limited to the office, then the new ASUS R1F Tablet PC is made for you. It is an excellent mix of optimal weight/size parameters and superb ergonomics. This transformer supports both keyboard- and stylus-based data input and features an advanced hardware configuration as well as a long battery life. Read more in our detailed coverage!

Affordable Solution for Multi-Threaded Environments: Fujitsu Siemens Amilo Pro V3405 Notebook Review
[06/18/07 | by Alexander Britvin]

Our test lab is being visited today by the Fujitsu Siemens Amilo Pro V3405 notebook that is meant to be a perfectly balanced solution for businessmen. The combination of Intel Pentium Dual-Core and Intel Calistoga 945GM platform proved to be an excellent choice for the buck. Read more in our review!

Acer Ferrari 1005WTMi Notebook Review
[06/12/07 | by Alexander Britvin]

We would like to introduce to you another member of the Ferrari racing team from Acer. This time it is going to be an ultra-compact solution based on AMD Turion 64 X2 TL60 processor running at 2.0GHz that proved very functional, very fast, and... very expensive. Read more in our review!

Dual-Core Budget Platform: Asus A6Rp Notebook Review
[06/07/07 | by Alexander Britvin]

As you’ve had an opportunity to see from our previous articles, the balance of pros and cons of the A6 series remains almost the same irrespective of the exact configuration. Carrying on the tradition of the series, the ASUS A6Rp brings to you perfectly balanced price/quality and price/performance proportions. Read more in our new article.

Portable Gamer’s Dream: Asus G2 Gaming Notebook Series Review
[06/01/07 | by Alexander Britvin]

We would like to introduce to you a new G2 series of gaming notebooks from ASUS. The ASUS G2 is an excellent solution that not only competes with desktop gaming stations, it often wins the competition! Read more about it in our new review.

Acer TravelMate 6463WLMi Notebook: Performance and Security
[05/28/07 | by Alexander Britvin]

We would like to introduce to you a notebook that is meant to serve as a handy work tool, portable when needed. What is important, it will keep your confidential work-related information as secure from unauthorized access as possible.

Traditions of Classical Notebook Building: Asus A8J Series Review
[03/14/07 | by Alexander Britvin]

ASUS has presented its vision of a classic product in modern format. The A8J notebook family is not only portable, but also very advanced with high-performance components under the hood. The three constituents of its success are an appealing, even though simple, exterior design, very high performance in any applications, and mobility you can expect from a notebook. Read more now!

New Powerful Alternative to Asus W6 Series: Asus W7J Notebook Review
[03/06/07 | by Alexander Britvin]

Today we will discuss another notebook from Asus, the one that truly deserves being called “the choice of a professional”. It is going to make a full-featured mobile workstation, a powerful tool to help your business activities. Read more in our review!

Dual-Core Turion in Action: Acer Aspire 9300 Notebook Series
[03/05/07 | by Alexander Britvin]

We would like to introduce to you a full-size 17-inch notebook family from Acer built around the dual-core AMD Turion 64 X2 processor. It is a pretty inexpensive notebook, but offers good performance and a rather long battery life. Read more in our review!

DELL Inspiron XPS M1210 Notebook Review
[02/27/07 | by Alexander Britvin]

Today we will look at an exciting ultra-compact portable computer optimized for today’s life and travels. The DELL Inspiron XPS system based on Intel Merom processor proved an excellent solution. Read more in our review!

Mobile Workstation: Dell Precision M90 Notebook Review
[02/07/07 | by Alexander Britvin]

Michael Dell must be pleased with his engineers and designers who have succeeded in creating one of the first mobile workstations capable of running resource-consuming professional 3D applications. The Dell Precision M90 is a perfect tool for people who work in such areas as digital animation, special effects, video editing, CAD and modeling. More details in our article!

ASUS Lamborghini VX1 Notebook Review
[01/27/07 | by Alexander Britvin]

The ASUS Lamborghini VX1 is like a sports coupe – daring, extraordinary and aggressive. It is meticulous in every detail with its stylish lacquered lid, magnesium-aluminum insertions and a straight-shaped, yet elegant-looking, outline. Read more in our detailed review!

ASUS S6F Notebook: Miniature Fellow in Leather Outfit
[12/07/06 | by Alexander Britvin]

Today we are going to talk about a product that represents a rarely seen combination of an exclusive exterior with cutting-edge technology inside. Are you looking for a great combination of style, functionality and high performance? Then you cannot miss this truly exclusive piece of hardware. Read more in our review!

"Affordable" Multimedia Laptop: ASUS Z83D Notebook Series
[11/18/06 | by Alexander Britvin]

Today we would like to talk about the ASUS Z83D notebook family that resembled ASUS A6 series in optimal price/quality and price/performance ratios. It is a tool for people who want a high-performance portable machine with a big enough screen diagonal of 17”. Read more in our review now!

Portable Multimedia Station: Acer Aspire 5654WLMi Notebook Review
[11/14/06 | by Alexander Britvin]

Today we are going to talk about a powerful multimedia configuration within a regular 15” notebook case from Acer. This solution built using high-performance components allows playing today’s 3D games and using any 3D applications on the road, offers great battery life even in heavy modes and provides excellent TV-tuner functionality. Read more about it in our review!

Intel Core 2 Duo in Notebooks: Centrino Duo Platform Refreshed
[10/23/06 | by Ilya Gavrichenkov]

Together with the transition to Core microarchitecture in the desktop segment, Intel introduced the same microarchitecture for the mobile computers. Now Core 2 Duo processors are also available in notebooks. However, are they really that much better than the good old Core Duo CPUs? Let’s find out now!