NPD: Tablets Will Outsell Laptops 3-to1 by 2017
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published May 06, 2013
Even in 2013, manufacturers will likely ship more tablets than notebook PCs.
Tags: PC, tablet, Notebook, laptop, NPD
HP Launches Its First Chromebook
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published February 04, 2013
The Pavilion 14 Chromebook went on sale Monday for $330.
Tags: Google, Chrome OS, HP, Notebook, laptop, Chromebook
Tablets to Overtake Notebook PCs by 2016: Study
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published July 03, 2012
A research firm says tablets are becoming the "growth driver" in the mobile industry.
Tags: mobile, PC, tablet, Notebook, shipments
Apple: Notebook and Tablet Markets Will Not Converge
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published April 25, 2012
Apple CEO takes aim at hybrid ultrabook concepts as the iPad maker continues to make record profits.
Tags: iPhone, iPad, Apple, tablet, Notebook, iPod
Intel to Postpone Mass Shipments of Ivy Bridge Processors
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published February 16, 2012
Laptop vendors fear the first part of 2012 will be a "dark period" for the industry.
Tags: Intel, processors, Notebook, laptop
Chrome OS: Please Don't Open the Hood
By Bruce Byfield | Article Published December 14, 2010
In theory, Chrome OS is open source, yet in practice it appears closer to proprietary software.
Tags: open source, Chrome OS, Linux downloads, Chrome browser, Notebook
Tips for Today's Laptop Shoppers
By John P. Mello Jr. | Article Published October 22, 2010
The laptop market now offers a confusing blizzard of choices. Here's a guide to finding what works best for you.
Tags: PC, Notebook, netbook, PC buying guide, laptop computer
Sony Vaio P Notebook: Cool, But Worth Big Bucks?
By Eric Grevstad | Article Published August 02, 2010
Cost about $1500, Sony raises high -- really high -- expectations for this glamorous little unit.
Tags: Notebook, netbook, notebook review, netbook reviews, Sony
Lenovo ThinkPad L412: 'Green' Laptop
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published July 08, 2010
As the tech world focuses on green computing, Lenovo attempts to lead the way with the ThinkPad L412.
Tags: Notebook, netbook, laptop, notebook review, laptop review
Laptop Sales Soaring Amid Wider PC Growth: Gartner
By Andy Patrizio | Article Published May 27, 2010
One year after a major economic collapse, the worldwide PC market is rebounding nicely.
Tags: PC, Notebook, laptops, PC sales, notebook PC
HP EliteBook 8440w Notebook: "W" For Workstation
By Eric Grevstad | Article Published May 17, 2010
The HP EliteBook 8440w notebook isn't cheap, but then it claims to offer the equivalent of a workstation in a portable package. Does it live up to its claim?
Tags: netbooks, Notebook, netbook, workstation, notebook review
Laptop as Workstation: HP EliteBook 8440w
By Eric Grevstad | Article Published May 10, 2010
HP touts the EliteBook 8440w as a true workstation, muscular enough for demanding engineering and scientific applications and built with professional-grade graphics. Does it live up to the hype?
Tags: netbooks, Notebook, laptop, workstation, laptop review
AMD Expected to Gain with New Chips
By - Reuters | Article Published May 10, 2010
AMD chips will be included in 109 mainstream laptop models in the coming months, up sharply from last year's 40 laptop models.
Tags: chips, Notebook, netbook, AMD, processor
Laptops vs. Lectures: Let's Ban Lectures!
By Mike Elgan | Article Published March 12, 2010
Few would argue with the idea that the Internet, PCs and mobile devices open up massive new opportunities to transform university education. So why the resistance to laptops in class?
Tags: netbooks, Notebook, notebook PC, netbook, laptop
HP Releases Ultra-Thin Laptops for Business
By Christopher Saunders | Article Published March 02, 2010
Targeting enterprise and SMB laptop buyers, HP claims thin is in. A slender notebook for the road warrior without much space.
Tags: HP, Notebook, laptop, laptop review, Enterprise
Using Old Laptop is Costly, Study Finds
By Andy Patrizio | Article Published April 27, 2009
Using a laptop for too long levies a "failure tax" on users, a study concludes.
Tags: Windows, software, Intel, Notebook, laptops
Dell's New Laptop 'World's Thinnest'
By - Reuters | Article Published March 17, 2009
The high end Adamo notebook looks to be a head-to-head competitor with ultra-thin MacBook Air. Where does the trend toward thin laptops end?
Tags: consumer, Dell, marketing, Notebook, laptop
Insider's Guide to Business Laptops
By Jamie Bsales | Article Published March 05, 2009
Buyers of business laptops are faced with a blizzard of options. Here's how to select the best laptop for your needs.
Tags: Intel, HP, Notebook, laptop, AMD
Nokia for Notebooks?
By Andy Patrizio | Article Published February 28, 2009
The Nokia CEO recently claimed that the company is weighing a bid in the competitive notebook market. Could it succeed?
Tags: smartphones, Notebook, Nokia, economy, carriers
Notebook Gear: Logitech Cordless and Backlit Keyboards
By Eric Grevstad | Article Published February 11, 2009
Do either of these units require a notebook? No, but they are two sweet pieces of PC gear.
Tags: wireless, Notebook, keyboard, cordless
Could Mepis have been Ubuntu?
By Matt Hartley | Article Published November 10, 2008
As Ubuntu becomes more bug filled and users look for alternatives, they might consider SimplyMepis, which once had a chance to be the top Linux distro.
Tags: Linux, developer, Ubuntu, Notebook, media
Review: Logitech V550 Nano Cordless Mouse for Laptops
By Eric Grevstad | Article Published October 17, 2008
Logitech's slightly offbeat mini-mouse sticks to your laptop like a refrigerator magnet to travel with it like a kangaroo in its mother's pouch. Other attractions are smooth performance and 18 months of battery life.
Tags: IT, Notebook, desktop, peripherals
Netbook Review: Acer Aspire One
By Eric Grevstad | Article Published September 11, 2008
These mini-laptops are selling like mad to students and traveling professionals who don't want to carry a heavy full-sized laptop.
Tags: wireless, Intel, Dell, HP, Notebook
It's a Small (Notebook) World at Computex
By Eric Grevstad | Article Published June 06, 2008
Whether it's sold by generic white-box resellers or famous names like Dell and Apple, a huge percentage of PC hardware comes from Taiwan. That's why the annual Computex trade show in Taipei always generates big news.
Tags: wireless, Intel, Notebook, laptop, nVidia