Gateway has announced the launch of its NV series notebooks in Canada. As you may be aware, all the NV series notebooks from Gateway come with a 15.6-inches display. The latest, Gateway NV5 also comes with a few other important specs that make it pretty worth the penny you may be shelling out.
The Gateway NV5 is primarily targeted at the students and others looking at affordable, value-for-money notebook PCs. The device comes with processors from AMD though more details regarding the CPU is not available at the moment. Other hardware specifications include a 4GB DDR3 RAM that is expandable up to 8GB, storage capacity of up to 500GB and a display clarity enhanced by the 1366×768 pixel resolution. Connectivity features on the NV5 include Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n and Gigabit ethernet LAN connectivity. The high definition webcam can offer a video resolution of 1280×1024 pixels.
The Gateway NV5 is now available in the Canadian market at a starting price of $499.99.
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Gamers looking for some extra action and real-time experience in their games are sure to be excited by the new crop of 3D notebooks that have been making their way to the stores of late. The most recent in this category is the new Clevo W860CU that brings 1366×768 pixels of visual goodness to their 15.6-inches 3D display panel.
Remember that this one is for the hard-core gamers and so the device is aptly powered by one of the best processors around – the Intel Core i7 mobile processor. Other features in the 3D gaming notebook include a PCIe x16 MXM-III Discrete graphics card, an integrated 2-megapixel webcam and a built-in Super Multi DVD reader/burner with read/write capabilities. Additional accessories include the 3D vision stereoscopic glasses.
The Clevo W860CU 3D Gaming laptop is definitely not for the budget conscious. The device is available on the stores at a price of $1844.29 (excluding tax & shipping). Are you “game” for it?
Remember the Lenovo IdeaPad Y560d – the notebook with a 15.6-inches High Definition display that comes equipped with a 8GB DDR3 RAM? Well, news is in that the notebook is out. The device is actually a month late as we had initially expected the new Lenovo Ideapad to launch by the end of last month. Another surprise is the price. The device was expected to go on sale at a starting price of $1199. But surprise, the notebook is now priced $200 higher.
If you do not remember the technical specifications, here is a short roundup. The notebook runs on an Intel Core processor and is ably supported by an ATI RADEON HD5730 graphics card. Other features on the device include a 1.3-Megapixel camera and support for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and LAN. Storage space starts at 250GB and extends all the way up to 750GB.
Here is a comprehensive specification sheet for the new notebook from Lenovo. Are you buying it?
If you thought a 4GB RAM was a good deal, how about 32GB? That is exactly what Dell’s latest Precision M6500 is offering. This is achieved by packing four different DIMM modules that offer a RAM capacity of 8GB each. Besides this, the Dell Precision M6500 also boasts a few other impressive hardware specs.
The machine runs on an Intel Core i7 Extreme Edition processor and contains NVIDIA’s Quadro FX 3800M graphics chips. The notebook is equipped with a 17-inches WUXGA LED display with a resolution of up to 1920×1200 pixels. Other standard connectivity features like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1 and GPS are incorporated too. There are also optional features like a 3.2-Megapixel camera and a fingerprint reader for security.
There is no word on the price as yet. But for sure, this is obviously not aimed at the budget-conscious customer and be rest assured that this is going to take a heavy toll on your wallet.
MSI has removed the wraps off its latest laptop that is sure to get a few gamers out in the wild interested. Let me tell you at the forefront that I still do not have any information on the pricing and launch date of the new notebook. But the technical specifications are out and it sure sounds interesting.
First thing, the notebook comes with a 15.6-inches display screen and a powerful Intel Core i5 processor. With a 4GB DDR3 RAM on-board, expect some fluent performance. Other tech specs on the new MSI notebook include a 500GB hard drive, HD webcam, Windows 7 Home Premium and four internal speakers. The notebook offers all the standard connectivity options including Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth and Gigabit ethernet.
An interesting aspect about the MSI FX600 notebook is its support for gaming content. The notebook is supported by NVIDIA’s 1GB GeForce GT325M graphics chip and NVIDIA Optimus that helps in graphics switching and battery efficiency. Add to this, the THX surround sound and you can expect a high definition gaming experience on the cards.
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Remember those bamboo notebooks that we had written about not so long ago? Asus has announced that these bamboo notebooks are now available for purchase in the UK market. There are two models to choose from – Asus U33Jc and Asus U53Jc. Both the devices are identical with prominent features being 2.26GHz Intel Core i5-430M processor, LED backlit display with 1366×768 resolution, NVIDIA GEForce 310M graphics card with Optimus technology, a 4GB DDR3 RAM and a USB 3.0 port. Both run on the Microsoft Windows 7 platform.
The Asus U53Jc notebook has a few additional specs – most notably, a bonus DVD burner. This notebook has a 15-inch display while the other Asus U33Jc comes with a 13-inch display.
So here is what you will be paying if you are in the UK. The Asus U33Jc notebook will cost £849 ($1,292) while the Asus U53Jc will cost £899 ($1,368).
We first wrote about the new Asus UL20FT notebook PC back in May this year. The device comes with some pretty interesting technical specifications like 12.1-inches 1366×768 display, 1.02GHz Intel Celeron processor, 4GB DDR3 RAM, 500GB hard drive storage and a 6-cell battery that would offer a comfortable battery life of 8 hours.
Now, there are reports that suggest that the notebook may be on sale in just a few more weeks from now. However, there is a minor difference in the tech specs. While the Japanese version of Asus UL20FT will continue to carry the Intel Celeron processor, folks outside – especially USA, may enjoy a faster Intel Core i3-330UM processor.
The Asus UL20FT is expected to go on sale starting August 6th and is expected to be priced at $579 in the American market. Ready to buy this Asus device? You only have to wait a couple of weeks more.
This is yet another 3D-capable notebook that will get a lot of gamers interested. LG has introduced its first 3D notebook that will come with a 3D Gaming monitor and 3D projector. The LG XNote R590 notebook will carry the following specifications.
The first thing to note is the large 15.6-inches display on the 3D notebook. The device is powered by an Intel Core i7 processor that is supported by NVIDIA’s GeForce GT335M graphics card for some high quality gaming action. Another peripheral that gamers would love is the high-definition Tru-Surround sound provided by SRS. Users may also pick up the optional Blu-ray drive.
The LG XNote R590 3D notebook is installed with the TriDef software. This application is responsible for converting 2D videos to 3D in a real-time environment. The computer shall also come with polarized 3D glasses. This is unlike the active shutter glasses used on many other models that could cause eye fatigue and also increase the device weight.
The new LG R590 notebook is already out on sale in the Korean market and is expected to become available worldwide very shortly. Hold on for an announcement on price.
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Gateway has announced the launch of a new generation of NS series of notebooks that will sport the Intel Core-i series of processors. There are four Gateway NS notebooks released – Gateway NS10, NS30, NS41 and NS51. Of these, the Gateway NS10 shall be the smallest.
Talking of tech specs, the Gateway NS10 will come with a 11.6-inches display that will render text and images at 1,366 x 768 resolution. The device has some pretty standard, yet impressive specifications including a 4GB DDR3 RAM, 160GB to 640GB of hard disk storage space and connectivity with Bluetooth 3.0 and Wi-Fi b/g/n networks.
Users also get to pick between two different battery configuration. If you are a short duration users, go for the 3-cell battery notebook. Or else, you may always choose the alternative 6-cell Lithium Ion battery notebook. You may also pick between Windows 7 Home Premium or Windows 7 Professional for Operating system.
There is no word on the price as yet. We will update this post as and when it is announced.
Best Buy is opening up to pre-orders on the much awaited Asus Bamboo notebooks. There are two models to pick from – The Asus U43F and Asus U43FJC. Both the notebooks come with a 14-inches display screen and other specifications like a 2.26GHz Intel Core i5, 4GB RAM and 640GB hard drive on the U43F. Also, both the devices come with facial recognition.
The Asus U43F is priced at $950 while the other Bamboo notebook from Asus is available at $1000. So what’s different? Asus U43FJC includes NVIDIA’s GeForce 310M graphics chipset with Optimus graphics switching that also helps to improve the battery performance.
Both the Asus bamboo notebooks are expected to have a battery life close to 5 hours and 10 minutes. Pre-orders are open and launch is expected to happen by end of this month.