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PC-Koubou CL206GW-M Budget Notebook

by Johan on June 5, 2006

PC-Koubou CL206GW-M Budget Notebook

This new PC-Koubou notebook is offering a 12-inch widescreen display, an Intel Celereon M 350 (1.3-GHz) CPU, 512MB RAM, CD-RW/DVD-ROM combo drive, and a 60GB hard drive. The dimensions are 291 mm x 222 mm x 44 mm and the weight is only 4.2 pounds, the CL206GW-M is a budget-priced notebook which is designed for both work and play. It is available now in Japan for $896. Via Laptops @ TechFresh.

Dell Has Signed A Deal With Skype

by Johan on June 1, 2006

Dell Has Signed A Deal With Skype

Dell and Skype are agreeing to pre-install Skype software on two of Dell’s new XPS laptops; the M1210 and M2010. According to the deal, Dell will pre-install Skype on the XPS M2010 which features a 20.1-inch high-definition display with integrated Web cam. The XPS M1210 can also be configured with Skype as part of an optional audio-video communications package. You can visit IPcommunications for more details. Via Engadget.

VoodooPC ENVY u:734 17

VoodooPC has released a new gaming notebook, the ENVY u:734, to users worldwide. This gaming notebook features a 17” display with 1900×1200 resolution, Intel Core Duo microprocessor, 2GB of DDR2 memory, NVIDIA GeForce Go 7900 GTX graphics adapter, an 8x DVD Writer and up to 160GB of hard drive space. It is expected to retail starting $3,800 in June 1st. Via Engadget.

Toshiba launches AW5 laptop

by Johan on May 29, 2006

Toshiba aw5

This Toshiba AW5 laptop features a Celeron M or Core Duo processor, up to 2GB RAM, 60GB drive, dual-layer DVD drive, PC and ExpressCard/54 slots, 4-in-1 media reader, 802.11a/b/g, and graphics up to a 128MB GeForce Go 7600. The price in Japan is ¥189,800 or about US$1,700. Via TechEBlog.

Sony’s 17-inch AR Series Blu-ray Vaio Laptop

by FreshEffect on May 15, 2006

Sony's 17-inch AR Series Blu-ray Vaio Laptop

Be on the lookout for the upcoming release of Sony’s 17-inch AR Series Blu-ray Vaio laptop. Sony has placed a price tag of $3,600 for their AR series Blu-ray Vaio laptop. Full list after the jump. Via Notebook Review.

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