Sony VAIO LA38G
April 10th, 2007

Typing fingers strike the edge of the space bar in the millimetres where it ends above the plastic casing of the keyboard. In the LA38G that distance doesn’t exist so you frequently miss the space bar, and the solution is to type much slower and be conscious of hitting it deliberately.

Core 2 Duo sets the pace in chip wars
October 24th, 2006

Seen by some as a move of desperation, AMD’s purchase of graphics card maker ATI ensures it still has a toehold in the PC chip market.


Hiptop Slide
June 1st, 2008

Don’t be fooled that this will only suit the nephews and nieces of the family, however. Size wise, it’s no bigger than most smartphones of the last few years such as the O2 Xda, so it’s more than comfortable to use as a phone.

Versa T400
April 27th, 2004

An incredible invention in IT will make a developer (or marketing executive) jump up and shout ‘Eureka’, but the first appearance of tomorrows technology on today’s marketplace is usually a failure.


Sony VAIO VGN-FZ18G
October 1st, 2007

The answer isn’t to pack as much RAM as possible into the chassis like we can in desktop models, but make it work smarter with the limited power it can draw from today’s battery technology.

Toshiba Portege R400
May 21st, 2007

The latest entry into the field is the Toshiba Portege R400, one of the first tablet PCs built especially for Windows Vista, and one that makes good use of Vista features including the new Journal software that recognises handwriting when the device is in tablet mode.






Microsoft Mobile Memory Mouse 8000, NEC Versa P8310, Omnipage Pro 16 NEC Versa P8310 RTRP: $2,599 Building on the spectacular local success of the Versa ...
February 5th, 2008

Apple MacBook Pro Dumping Motorola in an extremely public divorce, Apple now has an Intel ...
January 1st, 2007

NEC Versa P8100 It's a law of nature; technology gets cheaper in proportion to uptake. ...
January 10th, 2006

NEC Versa E680 The NEC Versa Series continue to occupy a fairly middle of the ...
December 15th, 2003

HTC Touch Famously stealing the thunder from the attention local media was paying to ...
March 1st, 2008

Enter the ultrabook One of the most talked-about new product classes at CES 2012 ...
March 19th, 2012


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