While Toshiba's Satellite range comprises its consumer laptops, the Satellite R630-141 (£764 inc. VAT) takes its design entirely from Toshiba's corporate Portégé R700 line. Offering high-powered mobility, it is an absolutely fantastic choice for the frequent traveller.
IFA 2009Sony's 'just one more thing' at the IFA 2009 press conference was an ultra-thin carbon fibre netbook called the Vaio X.
ExclusiveWhile Sony's Vaio P series – the sexy ultra-portable 'notbook' that launched earlier this year – came under fire from critics for its frightening price-tag, it looks like the Japanese computing giant has been doing something right, as it has plans to release a Vaio P 'mark 2' this coming autumn.
Sony has officially unveiled its new range of Vaio laptops, confirming its new Vaio Z, FW, SR and BZ ranges of smart new laptops.
Rare is it that a manufacturer single-handedly creates a brand new market. Rarer still that manufacturer seemingly doesn't realise what it's released on the world. As Asus was releasing the original Eee 701 the marketing machine hardly matched the commotion that followed as every rival manufacturer began falling over themselves to get their own low-cost, ultra-portable out of the factory door.
Acer is trying to spin a neat line in marketing with the launch of its Aspire One. Even though it follows the brand name of its consumer notebook line, if Acer is to believed, this isn't actually a notebook.
The laptop market has been absolutely turned on its head in the last 12 months. It used to be all about how much power you could fit into a small form factor. And yet, in the year that Alienware has unleashed its frighteningly quick Area-51 m15x gaming laptop, all anyone wants to talk about is the latest low-end Eee PC rival to have broken the £300 barrier.