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Global notebook shipments for the first quarter of 2019 suffered only a minuscule drop year-on-year despite the under-supply of CPUs, the market intelligence firm TrendForce says.

Published in Hardware

Dell has "completely redesigned" its Lattitude family of notebook computers, Dell vice-president and general manager of commercial mobility products Rahul Tikoo announced at Dell Technologies World on Tuesday.

Published in Hardware

Shipments of desktops, notebooks and two-in-ones will experience an overall decline in 2019 but there will be some relief as there will be a second-half increase of 0.4% against the second half of 2018, the analyst firm Canalys has forecast.

Published in Development
Monday, 02 July 2018 15:46

Toshiba recalls notebook adaptors

Toshiba has recalled four types of mains adaptors that it shipped with notebook computers.

Published in Hardware

Gigabyte's Aero 15 has been impressing the world for some time now. It's a noteable notebook in that it's a relatively thin, portable machine that is designed to fit into an executive office while simultaneously being able to play the latest games.

In light of Apple's latest "what's a computer" campaign, pitting ultra-reliable, richly app-laden iPads with long battery life against cheap Windows computers, are Kogan's notebooks a good deal?

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 21 June 2017 17:47

HDR coming to notebooks, monitors and more

HDR10, seen first in smart TVs giving better detail and highlight reproduction, is now seeing a “version” creeping into smartphone cameras, screens, computer monitors, and notebooks, according to WitsView, a division of TrendForce.

Published in Entertainment
Tuesday, 02 May 2017 15:05

Gigabyte Aero 15 (first look)

Gigabyte, best known for its overclocking motherboards and gaming peripherals, has launched the Aero 15 – a high powered 15.6” notebook that can support up to two 4K (60Hz) or four 1080p external displays.

Acer has announced the availability of its curved-screen Predator 21 X gaming laptop. Is this the most powerful laptop on the face of the planet?

Published in Entertainment
Tuesday, 16 August 2016 15:33

Nvidia extends GTX 10-Series to notebooks

Nvidia's Pascal-powered GPUs are now available in notebooks from vendors including Acer, Asus, HP and Lenovo.

Published in Mobility

HP must have left the best for last when naming its latest bullet-proof, heavy duty, workstation, notebooks. Meet the ZBook.

Published in Hardware

Apple CEO Tim Cook, under public scrutiny for his iPad Pro as a PC replacement remarks, has done a fair bit of defensive back tracking and side-stepping recently. One could be forgiven for thinking Cook’s latest outburst against the Microsoft Surface Book and his attempt to differentiate between Macs and PCs when talking about the iPad Pro as a replacement seem to indicate the boss is confused.

Published in Beerfiles

Tablet sales are plummeting as their market share is increasingly eroded by the new kid on the block – the all-encompassing 2-in-1 tablet-notebook.

Published in Market

NVIDIA has managed to cram its fastest desktop graphics processor into a select range of notebooks – and they are the world’s first notebooks build for gaming enthusiasts.

Published in Entertainment

At its first major global conference, Tech World in Beijing, Lenovo has launched an impressive new Thinkpad, new consumer notebooks, a new collaboration with Microsoft and more!

Published in Home Tech

Already No.1 in PC sales globally and still growing, Lenovo aims to build its enterprise business to $5 billion in sales with strong profitability after 12 months and No.1 within 5 years.

Lenovo says it is expanding its retail footprint in Australia through a limited distribution strategy with today’s launch of a new partnership with Officeworks.

Published in Resellers

Lenovo has recalled power cables supplied with or for a range of its notebooks, warning of a fire hazard.

Published in Mobility

HP has just released what may be ‘Zee’ best desktop and notebook workstations ever, with stunning expandability, super fast memory, multi-core magic and more for future-proof POWER.

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