Category Archives: CES

Lenovo Announces 11.6-inch AMD Fusion Powered ThinkPad X120e

As well as 12.5-inch Intel Core-based ThinkPad Edge E220s announced by Lenovo today, they have also announced another ultraportable, this one falling into the netbook category with an 11.6-inch display. It’s the Lenovo ThinkPad X120e, the successor to the X100e. … Continue reading

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Lenovo Announces the 12.5-inch ThinkPad Edge E220s, 14-inch E420s

Today, Lenovo announced the first of their 2011 lineup of their ThinkPad Edge series. These include machines running Intel’s new Core processors which were formally known as “Sandy Bridge”, but are now carrying the Core moniker. They have also announced … Continue reading

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NVIDIA Shows off Ion at CES

NVIDIA was showing off a demo model of the upcoming NVIDIA Ion platform, based around Intel’s Atom CPU. PC Perspective and HotHardware both have videos of the Ion platform, and you can get an idea of just how small it … Continue reading

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Sony VAIO P – Reviewed, In-Depth Hands On (Varied)

As CES 2009 comes to a close, quite a few people are getting a chance to take a close look at the new 8″ Sony VAIP P with its extra-high resolution display (1600×768) LAPTOP Magazine got their hands on a … Continue reading

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Intel to Produce CPU for Thin and Light Laptops

According to CNET sources, Intel will be rolling out a new CPU later this year, targeted towards cheaper laptops that are just above netbooks in specifications, pricing, and size, but below some of the more expensive high-end thin and light … Continue reading

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