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Centrino based notebooks are the mobile computing industry's current bread and butter. There is really no denying the huge market share that Intel has claimed in the notebook arena. Centrino is synonymous with mobility and power efficiency, and it is generally regarded as the present gold standard when it comes to mainstream mobile computing. So where does this leave AMD? While both companies hold their own in the desktop market, the North American notebook market is dominated by Intel. Until the Turion 64 is widely available, there just aren't any strong AMD products that compete directly against Intel's low power Centrino platform. Of course, there are still a few DTRs (Desktop Replacement... Read more...
Good evening folks! Andrew just finished a new review of a value-priced notebook from Hewlett Packard, the ZE2000. The HP ZE2000, which is based on the Intel 855GME/ICH4-M Chipset for Pentium/Celeron-M processors, sports a 15" LCD and a great set of built-in Hardmon Kardon speakers. If you're in the market for an inexpensive notebook, you'll want to check this one out...... Read more...
Good Evening HotHardware fans! Marco here, to let you know that we've just posted a new review of Gigabyte's G-Max N411 notebook. The N411 is an Intel Centrino powered machine, equipped with a widescreen LCD and a sleek white, custom enclosure. Click here to check it out...... Read more...
Good afternoon HotHardware fans!  BW here to ler you know that we've just posted a new article, the link is at the top of the page.  It's a Notebook Buyer's Guide that answers some of the questions commonly asked by potential notebook consumers.  Click here and check it out...... Read more...
  We are going to go start down the proverbial "rabbit hole' for notebooks in the coming weeks. And because of this, we need to lay a few things out before we go on. First and foremost, certain notebooks are designed with certain people in mind. Five or six years ago, not everyone was cut out to own a notebook, for a variety of reasons; which of course included pricing versus desktop systems. However, the drive down in notebook prices and the variety in notebooks have made it possible for most of us to own or plan to own a notebook. After all, notebooks have come a long way since they were only in the reach of the most professional of businessmen and running in the $4,000+ price range.... Read more...
Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to the year 2005 :) I hope everyone had a good time last night, I know I did. The news is moving a bit slow today, and so am I, so it works out ;) For your evening dose of news, we have... APC TravelPower Notebook Case @ A True Review "...A mouse, extra battery, power adapter, etc... must be carried along with the notebook. This is where a notebook case is your best friend for carrying the accessories and protecting the notebook from damage. Computer Geeks has some great deals on these cases, including the APC TravelPower Synthetic Leather Notebook Case." Thermalright XP-90 Heatsink Review @ Techniz "Today, we are review another solid heatsink, the... Read more...
Well folks, Christmas is over and I'm a few pounds heavier. Even after the feast, there's enough turkey soup in my house to live off of for a week :D Actually thinking about all this food is making me hungry again, so let's get down to business so I can get back to the fridge... Gigabyte N203 12.1-inch Centrino notebook @ hardwarezone "Tired of dull and common looking notebooks that have a stern business design? Can't find the right notebook to complement the youthful energy inside of you? Step inside and feast your eyes on Gigabyte's latest N203 12.1-inch notebook and for all you know, you might just be a proud owner yourself." Logisys Phone Smart LED Keyboard @ Phoronix "Well,... Read more...
Good morning all!  Man it's been odd listening to the other guys talking about snow and cold weather.  Moving to NC last April, Winter now has a new definition to me.  What used to be cold and snowy is now more sunny and warm.  Heck, the last few days were in the 70s.  A part of me misses the snow, but the other part really likes wearing shorts in December :)  Anyhow, you're here for news, not a weather report, so let's start things off... Ultra 500W Titanium ATX PSU @ Viper Lair: "The Ultra 500W Titanium ATX Power Supply may not have a modular cabling system, or flashy fans or windows, or even sleeved cabling for the most part, but it does have an excellent... Read more...
Good afternoon folks.  We have to apologize for the delay in news this morning.  We had some gremlins acting up on the server earlier that gave us some unscheduled downtime.  But now we're back and we've got some good reading to get you through your day. LeadTek WinFast A400 Ultra/GT TDH 6800 Review @ Beyond3D: "At a glance, the only noticeable difference between the two boards is the additional Molex connector visible on the 6800 Ultra-based card - aside from that, both boards use the same, near-silent two slot cooling solution. Despite its 'monster cooling' look, the fan noise from these boards is indeed reasonably quiet, and certainly not noticeably loud over the rest of... Read more...
Good morning all.  Sorry if I'm later than usual with your morning news.  The past few days my Cable connection has been very slow and the folks at RoadRunner say everything looks good.  While it may look good on their end, I'm slogging along at Dialup 5x speeds.  Hopefully I can make enough noise to get something fixed, but it looks like they have the upper hand.  It's a real shame it has to be that way.  Anyway, the news is flowing this morning, so let's get down to business. ABIT Launches the RX700 Graphics Card Series Dominate the competition with BulletProof Technology September 21st, 2004:  Known as the company that provides the world's top performing... Read more...
Good evening and welcome back HotHardware fans!  I'm just getting in after a night of food and movies with a buddy, and figured I'd stop in and hook you all up with another shot of hardware goodness.  After this I've got to feed the kitty and rack out though, so I'm going to get right down to business...  Swiftech MCW5002-64T Thermoelectric Waterblock @ Systemcooling: "Swiftech is one of the few manufacturers that offer actively cooled waterblocks for extreme cooling. Today we are going to take an in depth look at the Swiftech MCW5002 series of thermoelectric waterblocks, which incorporate a Peltier device to actively cool a CPU well below ambient room air temperatures. The... Read more...
Good evening friends, welcome back.  From the looks of my inbox, the news has been flowing at a good rate throughout the day.  There seems to be articles from all different aspects of the hardware scene tonight, so, everyone should be happy.  Go grab a chair; I am starting to serve...  AOpen AX4SPE Max II motherboard @ TrustedReviews "At first glance the AX4SPE Max II doesn't look all that impressive as it has a fairly standard board layout and there are no special connectors around the back. Dig a little bit deeper in the box though and you realise that AOpen has actually included a lot more features than you initially think."  Evercool NP-101 Notebook Pad... Read more...
Good morning everyone :)  Sorry to cut this short but, I am running extremely lean on time today.  So, without further ado, here is your morning shot of juice... Albatron PX875P Pro @ Viper Lair "With the exception of the lack of RAID, 10/100 networking, and a passive North Bridge cooler, it's tough to ignore the performance and stability of the PX875P Pro. If you're in the market for a Pentium 4 motherboard, and don't need all the frills some high-end boards may provide, this board is certainly worthy of being on your short-list given its cost." Sony VAIO VGN-X505VP Notebook Review @ Designtechnica "Using the X505 in a public place such as a coffeehouse or on public... Read more...
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