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Creative X-Fi Notebook
Written by Gizmo   
Sunday, 16 September 2007 20:07

AtomicMPC give us an overview of a soundcard add-on for notebook computers:

Professional multitrack interfaces aside, Creative has been the only real contender for aftermarket consumer soundcards. The last offering from Creative was the X-Mod, which disappointed, as it used a generic Texas Instruments DSP with performance similar to an Audigy, but with two filters from the X-Fi feature set tacked on. Its most recent attempt delivers a card powered by a true X-Fi chip.

Dell's dilly-dallying over XPS M1330 notebook angers punters
Written by Danrok   
Wednesday, 01 August 2007 12:36

From the Inquirer:

Taking as long as an African elephant to deliver

DELL CUSTOMERS are incandescent with rage over the long delivery time of its XPS M1330 notebook.

Titan G4T Magic Pad Notebook Cooler
Written by Gizmo   
Wednesday, 18 July 2007 22:50

Technoyard show us how to keep a laptop cool:

Notebook coolers are a vital part of a notebook these days if you plan to use it on your lap for extensive periods of time. I cannot recall the last time I used my laptop without a notebook cooler since the heat it generates just after about half an hour of use is quite significant that it’s simply not possible to keep it on your lap anymore. This is why a lot of cooler manufactures out there are coming out with new designs to combat this problem. With newer and faster laptops reaching end users on a monthly basis, keeping them cool should be a top priority if you want to prolong the life of your laptop as well as get work done without burning yourself. Today we look at one of the newest offerings by Titan, the “G4T Magic Pad” notebook cooler.

Lenovo 3000 N200 Notebook review
Written by Danrok   
Wednesday, 04 July 2007 13:39

By TrustedReviews:

The last Lenovo notebook we looked at was the N100, that Spode reviewed back in September. It was a cheap, chunky and cheerful alternative to the more exclusive ThinkPad range, that Lenovo also produce, and it impressed us enough to gain a recommended award. However, if you want something with a bit more oomph the N100 has a bigger brother, the uncannily named N200.

Apple notebooks selling like hot cakes
Written by Danrok   
Monday, 25 June 2007 12:35

14% of notebooks sold in the US were Apples 

Apple Inc.Last month, in the US, saw some promising figures for Apple Inc.  This puts Apple in fourth place, in the notebook market, behind the likes of Toshiba, HP and Gateway.

This represents continued growth for them, in notebook sales.  Last months figures are up by 65% compared to the moneth of May in 2006. 

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