Susi was lucky enough to get her her hands on the swivelly Asus T91 in Vegas that we originally covered here. It's got a GPS unit, a touchscreen and a TV tuner - quite nifty for an 8.9" netbook. Can't wait to try Windows 7 on it.
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After Dan covered the Wave-Home multimedia communicator the other day, I did a little more digging, and found a bunch of other matching products that iRiver unveiled at CES.
I've always quietly been a fan of iRiver's design work. Their latest MP3 players look incredible, and these sleek new gadgets wouldn't be out of place in a documentary called "The home of 2100". Click the Wave-Home below to view the gallery.iRiver (via Akihabaranews)
If the talk this year at CES 2009 has been about any one piece of hardware, it's been the Sony Vaio P Series non-netbook UMPC. We'd be doing you a serious diservice if we hadn't sent Susi down to take a closer, more camcodered look at the the full size keyboard, 8" LCD really expensive machine. So, we did...
Here's HP's netbook, the Mini 2140. It's really rather nice, packing a good size keyboard, 10.1" screen and 80GB SSD. Decent price, too - but I'll let Zara reveal that one. Check out the video above to find out.
(via Shiny Shiny)
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There are very few true PC gamers that'll willingly buy a laptop over a desktop, primarily because the performance-price difference is so great. Rock's just added an Intel Q9000 chip to its flagship gaming laptop - the Xtreme 780, but I suspect the majority of gamers out there simply won't care.
It's not even that great a machine. Quad-core aside, the 512MB Nvidia GeForce 9800M GTS is merely adequate, the 2GB of memory will look very meagre before the end of 2009, and a 250GB hard drive is considerably less than most gamers will need. For £1700, which is what the Xtreme 780 costs, you could make two desktop PCs that outspec this laptop.
I'm starting to get a little sick of computers without optical drives what with the world still handing out CDs full of drivers, software and all manner of useful and inaccessible data, but if I could get round that block I'd probably be really impressed with the MSI X320 as unveiled at CES, er, Unveiled 2009 today.
The 13.4", 16:9 ratio machine is MacBook Air thin...
Since the flurry of high speed information at today's Asus press conference, we've gathered some further intelligence on what exactly what the netbook makers announced earlier today.
Asus Eee PC S121
The S121 is pretty much a straight upgrade of the Eee PC S101...
After boring us senseless with two out of the four of their big announcements, Apple has finally woken us up with the launch of the new 17-inch MacBook Pro at Macwold in San Francisco today.
Not-Steve-Jobs Phill Schiller, heralded the arrival of the world's lightest, thinnest machine...
HP has announced a couple of new notebook PCs in its Pavilion range, and a successor to its high-end Blackbird desktop - the Firebird. Let's take a look at the notebooks first.
They're named Pavilion dv2 and Pavilion dv3. The dv2 is a slim-and-light machine, with 3.8 pound weight, and thickness of just one inch. The full specs aren't available, but it'll include an AMD Athlon processor, 12" display, "nearly" full-size keyboard, discrete graphics and up to 500GB of hard disc space. There's an optional external Blu-ray drive, too.