Friday, April 9, 2010

Gateway P172X FX 17-inch Gaming Notebook Review

Featuring an Intel Core 2 Duo Processor1, Genuine Windows Vista Home Premium and powerful graphics, the P-172X is a desktop-class notebook rich with the features you need for next-generation gaming, movies and applications. Also standard: a 1.3 megapixel webcam, 2GB…

Eurocom assembles server notebook

There is a market for many products you first think don’t make much sense and this latest Eurocom portable computer may be one of them. Calling this Phantom model “portable” may even be a bit of a stretch, as it weighs in at around 12 pounds (or the equivalent of four Macbook Air notebooks), but if you compare its capability to act as a server, then Eurocom’s achievement to fit all relevant server components into a notebook form factor, then you certainly see a remarkable product reveal itself.

Lenovo A58 Desktop Computer

Lenovo has introduced a desktop computer. it come with all great performances and functioning which is serving you to resolving your official work as well as personal work.

Dell Studio XPS 435 Desktop Computer- Now Available!

Dell US started selling their latest desktop computer, Dell Studio XPS 435 designed for the power user. The XPS 435 is powered by Intel Core i7processors, the base config priced at $1,099, a 2.66 GHz i7-920. For additional $470, can be upgraded to i7-940 2.93GHz, and top speed i7 965 3.2 GHz costs additional $1,170.
It has six DIMM slots, three drive bays for a maximum potential of 24 GB of DDR3 1066 MHz Tri-Channel memory, 4.5 TB of storage, an ATI Radeon HD3650 256 MB graphics card, a 16x DVD burner, a single 500 GB 7200rpm SATA drive, and an integrated 7.1 channel audio processor.

GSX-SLIM – The New Desktop PC From Mouse Computer

Mouse Computer (or MSJ), a Japan-based computer manufacturer, unveils GSX-SLIM, its latest desktop PC product. Not much detail about this computer, other than its ability to use either Intel Celeron D 331, Pentium P 631, or Core 2 Duo E4300 processors, along with either Windows XP or Vista. Price starts from รข‚¬280 for the base configuration (without OS).

Apple Mac 25th Anniversary: A personal take

Apple Macintosh computer, model M001, with keyboard and mouse. The Apple Macintosh was designed by Steve Jobs to be as 'user-friendly' as possible.

More than 21 years ago, I got my hands on an Apple Mac for the first time. It was a Mac Plus, one of those little cream-coloured boxes with a built-in, black-and-white 9in screen that we all thought looked so wackily futuristic in the way the DMC DeLorean had earlier that decade.

I was a sub editor working on a local newspaper in Kent. I wrote headlines, checked facts and spelling and designed the odd page. I had trained using pen and paper and moved on to editing on terminals hooked up to a mini system. In 1988, our first PCs had arrived – machines built around a blistering Intel 286 processor and Microsoft DOS. Editing was now in colour but it was still command-based – entering changes to copy was a matter of inputting code into galleys of type.