Just before the news broke about Hewlett Packard considering a spin off of its PC operations. I received an EliteBook 2560p from HP to try out. Call it uncanny. Or, better yet, call it an opportune time to take a high end HP laptop for a spin and compare two competing design philosophies from two [...]
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Dell launched a new ultrathin laptop in China on Friday called the XPS 14z. Which is slated to arrive in other markets later this year to take advantage of the coming holiday shopping seasons. Dell is marketing the XPS 14z as the world’s thinnest, fully featured laptop with a slot for a DVD drive. In [...]
The original MacBook Air was a spectacular piece of engineering a laptop form factor that simply hadn’t been seen before.Sep 9th, 2011 | By omar shaikh | Category: Apple
The original MacBook Air was a spectacular piece of engineering a laptop form factor that simply hadn’t been seen before. Despite its anemic CPU and the slow PATA 1.8-inch hard drive, I quickly took to using the MacBook Air as my primary laptop. When the next iteration appeared, with a significantly lower price, a solid-state [...]
Laptopmag ran a number of tests checking boot time, battery life, data transfer, and temperatures, but its the Geekbench results that demonstrate what updating to the latest components can really do to the performance of a machine. The first performance benchmarks are coming in for Apple’s latest 11 and 13-inch MacBook Airs, and the results [...]
I’ve beat the daylights out of, and discarded half a dozen or more different heart rate monitors, including units by some of the major players in the game, namely Nike, Polar, Suunto and Garmin
Obviously the benefits of buying anything used is that it’s cheaper! But when it comes to the benefits of buying a used Macbook, it’s usually the only way some consumers can even think about owning any Macbook.