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Even though tablets are stealing all the thunder in mobile tech these days, there are still plenty of people out there who want a lightweight companion computer they can do real work with. And since w...
Posted 2/9/2011 12:00:34 PM
Nothing taxes a notebook like serious gaming and nothing adds to the price of a notebook like high-end graphics chips and CPUs. Fortunately, these days you can get a system that's good enough for gami...
Posted 2/2/2011 9:00:38 AM
Users write to email@example.com all the time asking for notebook buying advice, and most focus on gaming, student tasks, media consumption, or video editing.
Posted 1/22/2011 10:00:05 AM
If you're set on buying a MacBook, you don't have a ton of different models to choose from, but even those couple of configurations can be daunting. User Christian plans to edit video with his next no...
Posted 1/20/2011 3:34:34 PM
Ah, that new laptop smell. It's even better than new car smell. It just doesn't last as long. While you're still getting used to the shiny netbook, notebook, or MacBook you found under the tree this m...
Posted 12/25/2010 1:30:59 PM
Your job requires a high-performance machine, but how much is more than you really need? Gigabytes, rpms, GHz, CPU and GPU naming conventions can all be very confusing. That's what sent Behrooz to us for assistance..
Posted 12/3/2010 5:28:15 PM
Just because you know what you want and what you like doesn't mean picking the right machine is that simple. There are a lot of factors that go into narrowing the field, including design, battery life, portability, and performance.
Posted 11/19/2010 1:17:24 PM
When you write to firstname.lastname@example.org asking for advice, we're there for you. Today, we have a note from Jerome, whose aging notebook can't run the latest version of Photoshop.
Posted 10/15/2010 12:39:59 PM
You ask for notebook advice and deliver. Reader Sajjad writes: My criteria for laptop would for price point between $500-$900. Basically, want laptop that can be somewhat portable and is capable of...
Posted 10/4/2010 11:16:59 AM
Last week, we attended the Intel Developer's Forum where Intel unveiled its new CPU line, codenamed Sandy Bridge. Today, we get a question from loyal reader Christian who asks:.
Posted 9/24/2010 12:42:36 PM