“Intro So here I go - I'm writing a review for the iPad. Why? I've been thinking a lot about mobile development recently for a passion project of mine as well as some new features for NBF. Got a friend with a pad and the owner of Mach 3 composites has offered to ship out some of his carbon fiber cases for review. So hey! why not? I will start by saying that I've never been much of an...” --Shaun
Brand:Apple Model:MacBook Air Processor Type:Intel Core 2 Duo LCD:13.3" Widescreen Video Card:Integrated Intel Media Accelerator X3100 Weight:3lbs Memory Maximum Amount:up to 2GB (1 slot) Memory Amount: Memory Speed:DDR2 667 Chipset:Intel 965GMS Screen Type:Glossy Native Resolution:1280 x 800 (WXGA) Second Monitor Output:Mini-DVI HDMI Out:No S-Video Out:No SLI support:No SLI...
“A great machine. First off I would like to say I am not a fan of Apple, with their generally proprietary products. But after having an Iphone, Ipad and tinkering with some old Mac books and getting given an iMac, I decided to take the plunge. Yes it is expensive compared to similar specced machines, but the build quality is second to none. The only reason I knocked half a star off is due to...” --Mr T
Brand:OCZ Model:DIY 17 Processor Type:Intel Core 2 Duo LCD:17" Widescreen Video Card:ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3870,ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3870 XF Weight:9lbs Memory Maximum Amount:up to 8GB (2 slot) Memory Amount:1GB,2GB,4GB,8GB Memory Speed:DDR3 1066 Chipset:Intel PM45 + ICH9M Screen Type:Glossy Native Resolution:1920 x 1200 (WUXGA) Second Monitor Output:VGA HDMI Out:Yes S-Video Out:No SLI...
“Some necessary background: I have always been a "PC guy". I need to say that up front. Back in 2007, when I was looking for a replacement for my aging Acer Ferrari 3200 notebook, I went and looked at a MacBook Pro then, and although I thought they were nice, I couldn't pull the trigger on one, considering I was going to pay about $300 or more then I would pay for a similarly...” --Snowdog1967
“First off, I'm very OS neutral. I wanted to see what it was like working in the three envrionments. So, I have a PC with Gentoo Linux/Windows XP and now a Powerbook with OS X. You won't hear much about hardware in this review, because I don't know much about hardware =P. This review is meant for any CS students out there who wants a portable laptop and wants to try OS X as a programming...” --hbien
“macbook 3.1 From all the sub-notebooks that I have owned and tested, this macbook 3.1 stands out as a reliable mobile performer. Granted that it is Apple proprietaire piece of work, it lives up to the expectation of a fast, quiet, long-life battery performance. The design is simply "Apple". The cleanliness in form and lines is still carrying Apple Trademark - simple and cool. For...” --qhn
“Intro In this technology intensive, feature-rich world of electronics and consumer products, when the user manual (should they even include a paper version in the package) is an inch thick, six month life cycles, shrinking, pocket-sized devices of unimaginable performance even five years ago, it is nice sometimes to use a device that performs admirably, is easy to use and simply does a...” --Steve
“ Fujitsu Lifebook P7010D Notebook Review I received my P7010D today and I must say I am definitely impressed. As some of you may know, I am an ultraportable fan, and just came back to Pentium-M, after having abandoned it for about 6 months. I am also a previous Fujitsu Lifebook P5020D owner, so I am not entirely new to the good quality of notebooks that Fujitsu makes. I am going to be...” --Enderet
“Fujitsu N5010: 3.0 GHz HT proc., 768 MB of RAM, 60GB 7200 RPM HD, 3 year warranty. I've had this laptop for 3 weeks, so I feel I can write a somewhat accurate review on the purchase process and its features. Bottom line: Go buy one now! It's an awesome machine. The package as received: As someone who is a former customer of Dell and Toshiba, I'm used to getting laptops that come boxed...” --imokruok