Liquid Cooled Notebook Concept Revealed (Video)

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Air cooling for notebooks is cool enough, so long as you are sticking to simple processes on the machine. That’s why liquid cooling is suggested by many experts, and hard-core gamers; liquids are a whole lot more efficient when it comes to transferring heat from one place to another. We are not sure whether notebook manufacturers are working on a liquid cooling system for laptops, but the guys from Asetek have just demonstrated one.

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Samsung Series 7 Gamer Laptop Coming Stateside

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The system is a bit bulky, but it is somewhat expected for something packing this much power. The Series 7 Gamer is powered by a third-gen Core i7 (Ivy Bridge) CPU, 2GB of dedicated video RAM, and even a 2TB HDD and Blu-Ray thrown in the mix.

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Updated MacBook Air brings Thunderbolt, Lion, Sandy Bridge

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The MacBook Air is easily one of the most attractive options out there and the line-up is getting some major updates. Naturally, the new MBAs are going to have Lion pre-loaded out of the box, but they’ll also be rocking that faster Thunderbolt port (up to 10Gbps) too. This is true of both the 11-inch and 13-inch models. Not surprisingly, Apple has also bumped the processors into the Sandy Bridge range, including both Intel Core i5 and Core i7 dual core processors.

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gScreen SpaceBook laptop rocks two 17-inch HD displays

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Here is the gScreen SpaceBook and it is a true dual-screen notebook PC. No, it won’t be nearly as thin and light as a Samsung Series 9 or a MacBook Air, but you are afforded a real second display. Not only that, the twin displays are sizable 17-inch 1920×1080 full HD monsters.

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Sandy Bridge Powered MacBook Pro Expected March 1

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It took Apple a little longer than some would have hoped for the MacBook Pro line to adopt the Core i3/i5 processors, but it looks like the Mac fans will be cheering the arrival of Sandy Bridge in their aluminium unibody frames. The announcement hasn’t come by way of Apple just yet, but it seems […]

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Fujitsu T730 LifeBook Tablet PC gets Core i5 and i7 processors

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Two new LifeBook flip-style tablet PCs have been released by Fujitsu today. With Core i5 and Core i7 processors, these 12.1-inch convertibles ship with 2GB of ram, a 160GB harddrive, dual-layer DVD-R, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and a battery packing “5.5 hours” of estimated life. What makes these special is their processing power, with the i5 you can go up to 2.53Ghz, or 2.66GHz with the i7 upgrade. Remember, they weigh just under 4 pounds and it’s not going to be your eBook replacement, but touchscreen will allow you to flip that cool Google streetview map around with your finger in front of your pals.

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Pwn the competition with ORIGIN EON18 custom gaming laptop

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It used to be that you needed a desktop computer if you wanted a proper gaming experience, but there are now more than a few suitable notebooks out there for you to consider too. One of the latest to join the fray also happens to be one of the most powerful. ORIGIN has come forward with its new EON18 custom gaming laptop.

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HP G62t Notebook emulates Envy 15 and MacBook pro styles, costs only $600

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To my knowledge, HP is still the largest computer maker in the world, but it is interesting to see the company undercutting its own product. The HP Envy 15 was marketed as a premium product with premium styling, but now you can get the same style at less than half the price with the HP G62t.

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Dell Latitude 13 and Precision M6500 for Business Users

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Just because you want to get a business-level notebook computer does not mean that you have to do away with style and portability. The newly refreshed Dell Latitude 13 is, in fact, the world’s thinnest 13-inch commercial client laptop. For a little more oomph, though, you may want the Dell Precision M6500 instead.

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18.4-Inch Acer AS8940G-6865 Core i7 Laptop Goes Big

Some people choose to buy a notebook for its portability. These are the kind of people that would likely value a 13-inch ultraportable subnotebook. The new Acer AS8940G-6865 is not for these kind of people. Instead, the 18.4-inch monster of a laptop is very much a desktop replacement machine and it has the horsepower to […]

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