Monthly Archives: November 2005

Anandtech Benchmarks Intel’s Yonah

Anandtech got their hands on Intel’s new Yonah CPUs, and they’ve published Intel Yonah Performance Preview – Part I. Continue reading

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Review: Fujitsu LOOX T70M (

Akihabara News has a new review of the Fujitsu LOOX T70M, a new model from Fujitsu that replaces their popular T75L and LT PC laptops. The T70M is powered by a 1.2GHz Pentium M Ultra Low Voltage (ULV), sports a 10.6″ widescreen display (1280×768), and comes with a 60GB hard drive plus a built-in DVD+R/Dual-Layer optical drive. Continue reading

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Review: Acer TravelMate C200 ( has put together a comprehensive review (with lots of pictures) of the Acer TravelMate C200-series convertible laptop/Tablet PC. The C200-series is a Pentium M-powered ultraportable convertible with a 12.1-inch display, and a sliding-track mechanism that allows it to convert in one motion. Continue reading

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StorageReview: 2005 Notebook Drive Roundup has just published their 2005 Notebook Drive Roundup. Continue reading

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Review: Flybook V3 (New York Times)

The New York Times published a review last week by David Pogue, of the Flybook V3, calling it a A Tiny Windows Laptop With a Sense of Fashion. The Flybook is a small “convertible” – a laptop with Tablet PC features, has an 8.9 widescreen touchpad display, weighs under 3 pounds, and is powered by a Pentium M Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) CPU. Continue reading

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