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7. HP Pavilion DV6

• Chipset: AMD M770
• L2 Cache: 1MB
• FSB: Up to 3600MHz
• 4GB PC2-6400 DDR2 RAM (800MHz)
• 320GB SATA Hard Disk Drive with HDD Protection (5400 RPM)
• Super Multi Drive DVD + / - RW / + /-R Writer (Light Scribe)
• 15.6 "Widescreen (WXGA) with Bright Technology view
• Windows Vista Home Premium Operating System (32Bit)
• Fingerprint Reader
• VGA Webcam
• Microphones
• Integrated Wireless LAN 802.11a/b/g/draft-n
• Bluetooth
• ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4650 1GB Dedicated Graphics-
• One HDMI v1.3 Port
• One eSATA / USB Combo Port
• 3 USB 2.0 Ports
• Weight: 2.93Kgs
• 6 Cell Lithium Battery
• Carry Case
• HP Mobile Express Card Remote Control
• HP Games

8. Toshiba Satellite L645D

8. Toshiba Satellite L645D

• 14.0 inches of diagonal wide-screen TruBrite TFT screen
• 1366 x 768 pixels of screen resolution
• 1MB L2 cache
• 3GB of DDR3 system memory
• 320GB (5400 RPM) hard disk drives
• Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium operating system (64-bit version)
• 2.2 GHz AMD Athlon Dual-Core II processor P340
• ATI Radeon HD 4250 graphics card
• 8x SuperMulti DVD drive
• Toshiba Media Controller
• Wi-Fi networking connectivity
• Fast Ethernet (10/100)
• Microsoft Office 2010 Starter
• Multi-in-1 digital media reader
• Built-in stereo speakers with Dolby Advanced Audio
• 3 total USB 2.0 ports with 1 eSATA / USB combo port
• 6 cell/48Wh Lithium Ion battery
• VGA video output
• Microphone and headphone jacks
• 13.3 x 13.9 x 1.5 inches of dimension
• 4.98 pounds of weight

9. Lenovo G550

9. Lenovo G550

• Intel Pentium Dual-Core T4200 (2.00GHz, 1MB L2 cache, 800MHz FSB)
• Microsoft's Genuine Windows Vista Home Premium (w / SP1)
• 15.6-inch glossy display 16:9 (1366 × 768)
• Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD
• 3GB DDR3 1066MHz RAM
• Western Digital 250GB 5400RPM HDD
• SuperMulti DVD + /-RW Optical Drive
• Broadcom WiFi (802.11b / g), 10/100 Ethernet, Modem
• 6-Cell 48WHr Battery 11.1v
• Limited 1-year standard parts and labor warranty
• Dimensions: LxWxH 14.9 x 9.6 x 1.4 "
• Weight: 5lbs 9.0oz

10. Apple MacBook Air

10. Apple MacBook Air

• Brand: Apple
• Model: MacBook Air (1.86 GHz)
• Processor: Intel Core2 Duo
• Operating System: Mac OS X + Life
• Display Screen Size & Type: 13.3 "LED-backlit Inch &
• Display Resolution: 1280 * 800
• Processor Cache Memory: 6144 KB
• RAM: 2048 MB
• Hard Disk Drive: 128 (Solid State)
• Video Display Card: Dedicated
• Video Card Memory: 256 MB
• Wi-Fi: 802.11n
• USB Port: 1
• Mouse Type: Touchpad
• Weight: Kg 1:36
• Battery Life: 4.5 Hours
• Color Options: Aluminum
• Warranty Period: One Year

10 Laptop Advanced Year 2011

In the Year 2011, many products on the market laptop. Almost all offer sophisticated facilities and compete. So no wonder if it makes people get confused to choose a good laptop for them. But do not worry the reader as well. In this post, I'll provide a list of 10 best laptop in 2011 to a decent recommended for purchase.

This list is based on considerations of quality, facilities, screen, processor, up to Laiya supporting factors that affect the performance of these laptops.

The following is a list of 10 best laptop in 2011 to a decent recommended for purchase (The following specifications):

Back to Games Print MSI: We’re announcing the fastest gaming notebook ever at CES

CES 2011 is just around the bend and tech companies are already bombarding us with announcements about the event. Along with their news MSI also delivered a promise: At the show they will unveil the “fastest gaming notebook ever”.
From their release:
The fastest gaming notebook ever to be unveiled at CES 2011
Driven by a desire to “insist on the best,” MSI will be exhibiting a number of powerful G Series gaming notebooks at 2011 CES, including the top end GT680—the “fastest notebook on the planet.” When tested with PC MARK Vantage tools, it attained a speed of 18,162 points. It has the fastest operating system in the world, performing some three times faster than the average speed of high end gaming books currently on the market.

Eric Kuo, associate vice president for global sales, MSI Notebook, points out that the GT680 is the world’s most powerful laptop. It features Intel’s latest four core CPU, nVidia GeForce’s newest generation high end discrete graphics card, and four DDR3 memory slots expandable to 16GB of memory. It also supports accelerated dual hard disk architecture, which not only doubles storage capacity, but also kicks up read-write speed by approximately 70%.
Kuo added that another reason that the GT680 is the fastest NB in the world is the fact that it uses MSI’s own TDE+ (Turbo Drive Engine+ technology) which allows both the CPU and GPU to turbo simultaneously. Just one touch of the luminescent Turbo hot key located above the keyboard throttles up performance, making the MSI GT680 the king of gaming books.
So by combining Nvidia’s GT680 graphics with Intel’s Sandy Bridge processing power it looks like MSI has a very formidable laptop on the way. It’ll have four memory slot, but the release says it will rely on dual hard disks as opposed so SSD storage, so apparently there is still some room for improvement.
This announcement is something to look forward to, but MSI won’t be the only company releasing a new gaming notebook at CES. In fact pretty much everyone’s systems will be revised with the release of new graphics cards and Sandy Bridge components so MSI’s super rig might not be the fastest for very long. We’ve already heard rumors that Alienware has an M17x R3 on the way, and chances are that it will be be revealed at CES as well. Leaked images show it has power to spare, though the benchmarks were done using 3DMark06 graphics testings (not the PCMark Vantage suite) so we can’t compare the two just yet.
Read more at MSI.

Back to Games Print Alienware M14x pictured, detailed in full review

alienware m14x
Our Alienware M14x rumors from earlier in the week are looking that much more close to being confirmed: Chinese tech site has posted a full review of the alleged M14x here. The articles include a number of very clear photographs as well as component information. As for the vitals, this M14x R1 build has an Intel Core i7-2820QM processor (Sandy Bridge), 8GB RAM, Nvidia GeForce GT 555M graphics, 750GB drive, and a Cougar Point HM67 chipset.
The M14x looks a whole lot like the M15x, but how do we know this isn’t an M15x? We can tell the laptop in question isn’t an existing M15x (R2) by the exterior ports: the right side of the M14x does not have the ExpressCard/54 slot and the port layout was changed from three 3.5mm audio jacks, eSATA/USB combo, and USB to two USB jacks, ethernet, and a lock port (see above). There are other updates as well: the front grills were changes, the area around the power button is more intricate, Klipsch speakers were used, and there appears to be USB 3.0, to name a few.
So the question then becomes, how to we know that this isn’t just the M15x R3? The images clarify this as well. The name plate on bottom of the computer says “M14x” and the spec list says “M14xR1″ on it. Though the review is quite thorough, there appears to be no mention of the weight or dimensions. These wouldn’t necessarily be further proof of the existence of the M14x but they would help explain the existence of the M14x when the M15x has proven to be popular.
It might just be time to start believing that the M14x will happen. What does everyone think? Any doubters? Anyone starting an M14x savings fund today?
Read on at Zol, via NBR, h/t to vikingrinn

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