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.

NEC Versa P600
February 17th, 2004

Clock speeds that go through the roof only mean you’ll get shorter times out of your battery, and your machine will be hot enough to fry an egg on. The mother lode of mobile chip technology is a long battery life.


HTC Touch
March 1st, 2008

It is possible to use only your finger if you mostly restrict yourself to phone functions through the TouchFlo system. Touch the logo at the bottom of the screen and sweep your finger up the screen and TouchFlo swings up onto the display.

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.


Apple MacBook Pro
January 1st, 2007

Where the G4 iBook and its predecessors routinely priced in at $3,000 or more depending on the specs, the MacBook is more in line with the rest of the laptop world, giving some top of the line PCs a run for their money.

Microsoft Mobile Memory Mouse 8000, NEC Versa P8310, Omnipage Pro 16
February 5th, 2008

OCR technology isn’t new but it’s very underused in today’s world. With the promise of the paperless office now long forgotten, how many times do you wish you had an electronic version of a hard copy document? Enter OCR.






Fujistu Lifebook L2010 It looks like a control panel attachment from a spaceship, straddles the ...
November 8th, 2004

Fujitsu U1010 The Fujitsu Lifebook U1010 is an example of the first style of ...
May 1st, 2008

HP Elitebook Price: $2,399 (PC), $249 (ultra-capacity battery) Despite PC component makers producing ever-faster chips ...
November 1st, 2009

NEC Versa P578 The NEC Versa is a Windows notebook that stretches itself in a ...
February 1st, 2008

NEC Versa S940 A spokesperson from Sony, when interviewed about corporate branding, articulated the approach ...
September 27th, 2005

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


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