Intel's Gemini Lake to ship by late Q1 2018
Published in Notebooks


New "Atom“ notebooks / tablets

Intel canceled quite a few tablet and smartphone products from its roadmap but it is clear that it still needs a successor to Atom – the Apollo Lake product generation.

Acer will begin shipping larger variety of notebooks in 2017
Published in News


Education takes top priority with new ruggedized designs


This year, Acer is set to introduce a larger variety of notebook products to meet the specific needs of niche markets ranging from education, casual web browsing and productivity, and even a product themed after the local sea goddess of Taiwan.

Notebooks set to return as tablets die
Published in News


So much for game changing

Notebooks, which had been written off by the Tame Apple Press after Steve Jobs showed off his tablets, are now back.

Nvidia GTX 1050 Mobile coming at CES 2017
Published in Graphics


Notebooks with GP107 GPU

According to the latest reports, Nvidia might unveil its new GTX 1050 Mobile graphics card at CES 2017.

Notebook shipments up 6.4 percent after declining two years
Published in Notebooks


First growth quarter after eight quarters of decline

According to a report from DigiTimes Research, the number of notebook shipments worldwide is expected to reach 41.65 million units in Q4 2016 as demand from the year-end holiday season begins to pick up.

Notebook prices to rise from display shortage
Published in News


Get yours when you can

A report said that there will be shortages of notebook panels during the first half of 2017.

Razer updates its Blade notebooks
Published in Notebooks


Kaby Lake CPU and Pascal GPU

Razer said it has updated its Blade and Blade Stealth notebooks with some new and shiny hardware, including Intel's latest Kaby Lake CPUs and Nvidia Pascal-based GPUs, all in time to show them off at the  PAX show this weekend.

Wearable devices could save PC makers
Published in Wearables


Daft analysts claim

A small number of analysts are telling anyone who will listen that notebook makers could save themselves by getting into wearable devices.

Chinese Tablet makers turn production lines to notebooks
Published in Mobiles


Fad has passed


The Chinese white box tablet makers have decided that there is no more mileage in the so called game changing tablet technology.

Notebook sales sink 17.5 per cent
Published in Notebooks


Still not hit rock bottom

Global notebook shipments have continued to fall and do not appear to have hit rock bottom yet.