Items tagged with 100e

School is in session, and Lenovo hopes to be the dean of academics. The company just announced its biggest lineup of education laptops and convertibles ever, including both Windows notebooks and Chrome OS Chromebooks, with prices starting as low as $219. These new offerings bring vary feature-sets to the table, such as multi-mode form factors, and each one is ruggedized and MIL-SPEC tested. Sitting at the bottom of the stack is the Lenovo 100e. There are two versions, one with Windows and the other a Chromebook. The Windows version sports "up to" an 11.6-inch display with a 1366x768 resolution powered by an Intel Celeron N3450 Apollo Lake processor and up to 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM. It also has up... Read more...
Who would have guessed years ago that an entire sector of laptops could be created just for education, and then regular consumers would go out and buy them for themselves? That's practically what happened with the OLPC XO and netbook craze, and amazingly, it's all still going strong. HP has been a huge player in the netbook market, and today they're introducing yet another small notebook. This one's an education-focused Mini netbook designed to help schools around the world acquire affordable, reliable computing technology, and it goes by the name Mini 100e. The e, of course, stands for education. And much like Intel's Classmate PC, this unit has lots of cute curves and is designed to withstand... Read more...
We recently got the chance to evaluate a new, super-fast DDR2 memory kit and wanted to share some of the finer details with you here.  If you're a regular reader of HotHardware and follow the PC hardware scene, you know that companies like Corsair and OCZ are constantly pushing the performance envelope and offer memory kits that'll operate well beyond the "officially" supported specifications of every chipset currently on the market.  Up to this point the fastest memory we had ever tested was Corsair's Dominator TWIN2X2048-10000C5DF. This Corsair kit is rated for operation at 1250MHz with 5-5-5-18 timings at 2.4v, which is extremely fast by today's standards. Patriot Memory,... Read more...