Quality is always going to cost you, and while Lenovo's 17in ThinkPad W701 is not cheap, it does have some features that are well worth the extra money, including an RGB-LED backlit, 1,920 x 1,200 main display and secondary slide-out screen, integrated HueyPro colorimeter and built-in Wacom graphics tablet.
Is this the netbook killer that the tablet market has been predicting, or is the tablet frenzy much ado about nothing? The Android Honeycomb slider will soon be joined by a Window 7 powered Eee slate and Android slider, but let's take a first look at the Asus EeePad Transformer with dock in tow.
HP is dipping its toe into the all-in-one printer market for larger prints, trying to jostle Brother from an area in which it previously had sole occupancy. So is the market large enough for a new entrant, and does HP's A3+ offering cut the mustard?
Toshiba looks to have turbo charged the graphics capability of its NB520 Netbook with AMD's new Fusion processors. Now with extended battery life and an HDMI output, how does it stack up against other budget netbooks?
Harvey Norman is currently conducting a major review of their operations with a senior executive admitting that the Company could close up to 5-10 stores in coming weeks. The Company is also reviewing their consumer electronics business with a view to expanding several product categories.
NetGear's ProSecure UTM and STM appliances have received recommended ratings for the third time in a row in hands-on laboratory reviews conducted by the US based computer security magazine, SC Magazine.
Serious questions are being asked today about the integrity of Belkin management and the quality of their products after a Belkin staff member claimed to a US web site that the products manufactured by Belkin were "junk".
HP has joined the touch bandwagon by releasing a PC that has a touch-sensitive screen, allowing you to use your fingers to scroll through menus and files. But despite looking good on paper, and on TV commercials aired on primetime, the TouchSmart failed to impress us.