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  • News: Prototype technology turns laptop heat into power

    Murata Manufacturing demonstrated at the Ceatec exhibition in Japan a thermoelectric device capable of turning heat into electricity. The device could one day find a home in laptops, and other products.

  • Video: CEATEC: Toshiba shows fast-charging battery

    Toshiba's Super Charge Ion Battery, which is just entering commercial production, can be charged to 90 percent of its capacity in just 10 minutes so the long wait when recharging a dead gadget could be eliminated. And that's not the only feature of the battery.

  • News: Sony VAIO announces James Bond laptop

    Sony VAIO UK yesterday announced the special edition Bond Z series of laptops. Announced to coincide with the upcoming James Bond film 'Quantum Solade', only 700 Bond Z laptops will be produced.

  • News: Video cards running PS3's Cell chip coming soon

    The first add-in video cards based on Toshiba's SpursEngine video chip will soon hit the market, as the company looks to tap growing user interest in high-definition video.

  • News: New logo certifies mobile broadband laptops

    Mobile broadband operators, along with laptop and chipset manufacturers, are joining forces to push built-in support for mobile broadband, using a newly created mark that will signal that a laptop is ready to offer mobile internet access.

  • News: Toshiba to ship 256GB laptop SSD next month

    Toshiba will ship a 256GB solid-state drive (SSD) for laptops in October, likely beating rival Samsung to market in their race to offer high-capacity drives.

  • News: Toshiba laptop battery recharges to 90% in 10mins

    Toshiba showed off a prototype of its fast-charging SCiB battery designed for laptops on Tuesday, but said the technology is still a ways off from making its way into computers.

  • News: Windows 7 preview: what we know so far

    The first test version of Microsoft's Windows 7 will be with developers next month. Here's what we know about the operating system so far

  • News: New MacBooks may get aluminum cases

    The re-designed MacBooks and MacBook Pros are likely to have aluminium-based cases, similar to those sported by the MacBook Air, according to AppleInsider.

  • Opinion: £10,000 laptop for Premiership footballers

    Premiership footballers take note. Bentley Motors has announced plans this week to release a luxury laptop computer. Coming in at a whopping £10,000 ($19,800 in the US, take note Mr Beckham), only 250 of the systems, dubbed the Ego for Bentley, will be sold.

  • News: Microsoft confirms Windows 7 pre-beta for October

    The first pre-beta version of Windows 7 will be in the hands of developers next month, Microsoft has confirmed.

  • News: Three 'Extras' added to Windows Vista Ultimate

    Microsoft has released three free downloadable add-ons for Windows Vista Ultimate, the first time in five months that the company has refreshed its 'Ultimate Extras', once a chief selling point for the operating system's highest-priced edition.

  • News: UK prefers mobile broadband over Wi-Fi

    Almost half of UK users accessing the internet away from home or work prefer mobile broadband networks, according to a survey by Point Topic. Last year Wi-Fi hotspots held the lead.

  • News: Dell confirms high-spec mobile workstation

    Further to PC Advisor's report earlier this week that Dell intended to launch a "high-spec mobile workstation", the PC Manufacturer has announced the arrivial of the Precision M6400 laptop.

  • News: Dell Latitude E4200 gets instant access to email and web

    Dell has announced it is adding instant email and web access to its Latitude E4200 laptop, ensuring users can email and surf without even booting up the machine.

  • News: Computer Aid blasts illegal PC exports

    Computer recycling firm Computer Aid has called for an end to the illegal dumping of used British PCs abroad.

  • News: DRAM glut means cheaper chips for consumers

    The contract price of mainstream DRAM chips has plunged nearly 18 percent in two weeks to reach new record lows, an online clearinghouse for the chips has reported.

  • Toshiba NB100 mini laptop

    Toshiba has followed the lead of the Asus Eee PC and launched its own mini laptop - the NB100. Running the Intel Atom N270 processor, the mini laptop features 1GB of RAM and a 120GB hard disk drive as well as 8.9in widescreen TruBrite display with a resolution of 1024x600 and an LED backlight.

  • News: Dell plans 'Mobile Workstation' with 1TB hard disk

    Dell has announced it is launching a new laptop that features 16GB of memory and ITB of storage.

  • Brenthaven MetroLite laptop bag

    Brenthaven has launched the MetroLite - a backpack-style laptop bag. Suitable for laptops ranging in screen size from 13in to 17in, the laptop bag is available in black, red or silver and measures 324x471mm.



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