Toshiba Tecra M3
December 6th, 2005

When it comes to the technology that brings us our data and content, huge fortunes are being sunk into screen R&D. The most exciting change in laptop screens lately has been the SSV technology that’s quickly becoming the standard.

Fujitsu Lifebook
June 24th, 2003

It comes preloaded with Windows XP and all the utilities you need to watch DVDs and get things up and running. Fujitsu have also installed a help application that can introduce you to all facets of mobile computing with them (like connecting to the net) if you’re a novice.


Toshiba NB200
January 13th, 2010

We’ve never been impressed with netbooks at The West, but the Toshiba NB200 is the best we’ve seen. It makes generous use of space to spread the keys out, not just over a wide area but with a little space between each key so typing isn’t the horrible cramped experience it is on similar devices.

Sony VAIO VGN FJ8GP
December 19th, 2006

Currently at rung number two on the industrial design ladder, Sony have once again taken a leaf out of Apple’s book and released a computer that’s individual and pretty but still looks like it can handle things.


Dell Inspiron Mini 9 Netbook
April 15th, 2009

In Australia, Vodafone are giving it away if you sign up for their 2 year, $59.95 mobile broadband plan, and after slotting the SIM card underneath the Inspiron’s battery we realised the Vodafone network had come of age, giving us speeds of up to 1.5Mbps in the Perth suburbs.

Macbook Air, Sony DVPFX720W, HP C6280
February 12th, 2008

if you’re really that much of a technophobe, it comes with a remote control that behaves no differently than that of your living room DVD player. The jury’s still out on watching movies on such small screens (7 inches in this case), but if it’s the future this is a user-friendly first step.






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July 11th, 2006

Sony VAIO VGNAR18GP Notebook $5,500 The West has been extremely lucky to look at one of the ...
August 2nd, 2006

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December 1st, 2009

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

Core 2 Duo sets the pace in chip wars $2,999 RRP This isn't the first time The West has looked at the ...
October 24th, 2006

LG P1 Express Dual Discussing product design, a Sony spokesperson once admitted there's hardly any difference ...
April 25th, 2006


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