rock has announced its new Pegasus 520 notebook, claiming it as the world’s first portable to use nVidia’s 9650M GT graphics processor.
Sporting a 15.4-inch widescreen display, this notebook packs a performance punch that’s great for intensive applications like showing high definition movies and gaming.
Rumours from China suggest that Asus is preparing to release a new model of Eee PC 900, this one sporting a 30GB hard drive.
Adding to the cornucopia of laptops we’ve looked at today, Rock has announced four new models — two each in its Xtreme and Pegasus ranges.
All feature up to Intel Core 2 Extreme X9100 or T9500 processors (using Centrino 2 technology for quieter, more efficient operation), nVidia GeForce graphics processors, 15.4-inch widescreen, up to 8GB of RAM, two megapixel webcam, Wi-Fi, DVD or Blu-ray reader / writer, and up to 500GB hard drive.
Low-cost ultra-portables might be all the rage right now, but that doesn’t bother Sony at all – it’s back trying to raise the bar in terms of how much power can be stuffed into a skinny, lightweight laptop by announcing the new VAIO Z series.
Toshiba this week announced that it is to launch its first notebook PC with built-in rewritable HD DVD drive.
The Qosmio Series 2 will initially launch in Japan, where arguably they can put it to much more use that us lowly high-definition-catcher-uppers in the West.
Dell is challenging the perception that a notebook PC doesn't perform as well as a desktop PC, particularly on processor intensive tasks, with the launch of its Precision M6300 mobile workstation. Aimed at engineers, artists, developers, and other professionals who…