Dell will be soon launching a new Precision series mobile workstation laptop power driven by the latest 4th generation Intel Core i7 Haswell Processor called Dell Precision M3800 Mobile Workstation. It said to have a super high resolution display of 3200×1800 pixels which is pretty close to 4K resolution and said to give a tough time to Apple MacBook Pro by being its strong rival.
Eurocom has come up with yet another laptop besides its 17.3 inch Panther 4.0, Scorpius and Neptune 3.0 mobile workstations, it is the Racer 2.0. It is basically a 15.6 inch display and comes in an option of both matte and glossy finish offering a LED backlit display. It is said that the screen covers 95% Gamut/NTSC optional and has a high definition resolution of 1920 X 1080p. It is the most powerful 15.6 inch notebook ever.
Today Digital Storm has unveiled its latest gaming notebook the VELOCE. This 13.3-inch gaming notebook weighs only 4.6 pounds, which means you can still take it with you pretty much anywhere. The base unit starts at $1535 and features an Intel Core i7-4800MQ Haswell processor, NVIDIA GTX 725M graphics card, 8 GB of DDR3 memory and much more! Digital Storm says that the “VELOCE is the gaming notebook the industry has been waiting for.”
Lenovo is all geared up to launch their new ThinkPad T440s UltraBook. It is powered by Intel’s latest and greatest 4TH generation Haswell Core processor. It comes in two variants as per the screen resolution, offering either 1600x900p or 1920x1080p with full HD IPS panel. Additionally both variants will come in 14 inch screen size.
Eurocom is currently shipping the fastest Haswell based 4th generation Intel core i7 powered notebook consisting of a dual NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780M graphics called “The Scorpius 2.0” which is a super high performance, VGA upgradable laptop computer designed in a way to deliver maximum performance and capability to its users and in the meanwhile not compromising on its functioning.
Tobii Technology which is considered to be the world’s leading company in eye tracking and gaze interaction, and Synaptics Inc. which is a chief developer of human interface solutions for mobile computing and entertainment devices announced today a new prototype model of laptop which is powered by a combination of Synaptics Force Pad touchpad along with the Tobii Gaze eye-tracking technology.
Since we are pretty much aware of the fact that we haven’t heard much about the Samsung series 9 Ultrabooks for a while, but now they have planned to rebrand it by announcing two follow up models of the ATIV Ultrabook series. Samsung has just introduced their ATIV Book 9 Plus which is 13-inch flag-ship laptop considered to be a complete replacement to the old series 9 model. Moreover the company has also announced the new ATIV Book 9 Lite, its again a 13-inch model but does not really meet the requirement of Ultrabook status.
ASUS today launched their 15.6-inch touch-enabled Ultrabook called the ViviBook S551. The device is powered by the competent NVIDIA GT 740M graphic processing unit which provides ample power for every application and side by side also includes Intel’s 4th generation Haswell based core processor. What a combination! We must say. With the mobile NVIDIA GT 740M it does not compromise on power and performance at all while taking care of the heat dissipation as well(important in case of thin UltraBooks).
Just what the gamers wanted! Dell will once again conquer the heart of gaming lovers with its latest Alienware laptop series. They have a complete new look and even got a new name: Alienware 14, 17 and 18 is the latest series coming up. Dell is basically refreshing the 14 inch, 17 inch and 18 inch laptops keeping in mind the durability and enhancement.
Last fall Fujitsu launched its Lifebook UH75 and this time it’s the UH90 (the sequel). This 14-inch portable notebook is far lighter than that of its ancestor measuring just 15.5mm in thickness and an upgraded 3200x1800p extra dense touch screen. It includes 1.6GHz Haswell processor with a hybrid hard drive of 500GB which keeps balance between the speed and storage.
Nov 25, 2015 0