Fujitsu LifeBook P7120

Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific today launched the new LifeBook P7120 notebook computer – the successor to the award-winning LifeBook P7010. This compact personal companion retains all the multimedia features of its predecessor, except that it flaunts an even slimmer silhouette with extensive battery life, seamlessly merging style with productivity as never before. Designed for the… Continue reading Fujitsu LifeBook P7120

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HP Pavilion DV8000Z Review

I am not a big fan of multimedia laptops, they are bulky, and not very portable. Usually, their battery life is so short you only get to watch a single movie on them before they need to recharge, but the reviewers at Laptop Magazine recently reviewed the dv8000z from HP, and they liked it. The 17-inch… Continue reading HP Pavilion DV8000Z Review

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Gone Laptop Shopping (My Search for an Affordable Notebook Computer)

Loyal bLaptops readers would probably know that my ThinkPad is dying on me and I’m looking to replace it soon (but hey, I’m still using it right now to type up this blog post). To tell you the truth, this particular model is quite heavy, bulky, and severely underpowered especially by today’s standards. It’s 14-inches (my… Continue reading Gone Laptop Shopping (My Search for an Affordable Notebook Computer)

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When You Get a Lemon

When purchasing expensive hardware, it’s a rule of thumb to make sure you get good warranty. Dave was much thankful for this, as his ThinkPad T43 exhibited dead pixels a few weeks into purchase, and he got a replacement. The RMA is suppoesd to be as easy as shipping the unit back to the manufacturer and getting… Continue reading When You Get a Lemon

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HP Pavilion DV5000T Review

Laptop Magazine took a look at the HP Pavilion dv5000t, a laptop with an amazing set of features for its sub $1700 price point. The marquee technology here is Intel’s 1.83-GHz Core Duo, a dual-core processor officially introduced in January. The dv5000t is one of the first notebooks to use Nvidia’s mid-tier GeForce 7400 Go processor.… Continue reading HP Pavilion DV5000T Review

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Lenovo Introduces Own Laptop

Looks like Lenovo has begun releasing laptops and computers with their own name on them. The Lenovo 3000 product family as it will be known is the first of the new products with a Lenovo name and a silver chassis. “The new Lenovo 3000 product family embodies a distinct entrepreneurial persona by combining the most… Continue reading Lenovo Introduces Own Laptop

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On The Go? Get Connected and Stay Secure With Simple, Free VPN Tools!

What you will read here will change the way you use your laptop while on the road. Okay, that’s probably too optimistic of me, but being an avid laptop user, I try to keep abreast of technologies and trends, especially when it comes to being connected while on the go. I should–I write about laptops,… Continue reading On The Go? Get Connected and Stay Secure With Simple, Free VPN Tools!

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Laptop Batteries Suspect in Plane Crash

It looks like exploding laptop batteries are making airlines concerned about laptops. The US Nation Transportation Safety Board is looking at a strong possibility that an onboard fire was caused by an exploding laptop battery. Investigators found several computer laptop batteries were on board the plane, and that in some cases portions of the laptop… Continue reading Laptop Batteries Suspect in Plane Crash

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