"The iPad 2 is capable of console-quality gaming". It's a claim we see bandied about quite liberally, especially in relation to impressive iOS gaming apps like Infinity Blade. But just how accurate is that claim? Well according to Id Software's...
Netbook fan? Me too! That's why I was dead excited to try out the latest Eee, and you know what? It's a bit of a monster. Montrously powerful, by netbook standards, and with a montrous battery life.
Unfortunately it's also monstrously heavy, weighing in at 1.4kg. I suppose you have to compromise somewhere, but for £329, you can't complain too much. Watch the video above for my full thoughts.
There's a lot of people out there, myself included, eager for the N97, hoping it'll be a valid rival from Nokia to the omnipresent iPhone. Well, perhaps there isn't too long to wait after all, given that over the weekend, Play.com put up a pre-order page for Nokia's next flagship device. In fact, it's still up at the time of writing.
That page confidently claims that the N97 will arrive on the 31st March, and cost the princely sum of £480 sim- and contract-free, and unlocked. There's some specs too - I've listed them over the jump. Now... any advice on how to scrape together £480 by the end of March? Answers in the comments please.
Zara got her hands on the Advent 4213 netbook the other day, and she liked it a lot. For me though, it seems to be trying to be a full-size laptop, rather than a diminutive netbook. It's got a 10.2" screen, a massive hard drive, 1GB of RAM, and it runs Windows XP - three things which I avoided when buying my Aspire One netbook a couple of months ago.
Still, if you're not the sort of person who wants the full-on Linux-and-SSD netbook experience, then perhaps it's for you. Check out the video above to see.
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