New models from Lenovo and the 16:9 display trend: The week in laptops
Lenovo announces a wide-screen tablet, we get our hands on HP's 16-inch and 18-inch laptops, and CNET Labs hates DRM (or is it the other way around?). It's the week in laptops!
With the laptops is relatively quiet.shopping season drawing to a close and the holiday shopping season not quite begun, life in the world of
Relatively, but not completely: there were a handful of new products for notebook enthusiasts this week. Lenovo Latitude E4200 and Latitude E4300. And Averatec launched the , which promptly won the Crave Best Netbook Name Ever™ award.at an event in New York. Dell announced two new business ultraportables, the
Meanwhile, reportedly readying its own 16-inch model for a November release.), a Netbook that's not quite a Netbook. We also took a closer look at . (It's a bona fide trend: Gateway is
In Reviews this week, we took a look at the expensive end of the laptop spectrum, from the $2,100
Also worth reading: DRM's reach extended into CNET Labs, where the install limit on Crysis: Warhead; Sony released a , this time featuring the winning entries from a design contest; Intel's Sean Maloney on laptops and WiMax challenges; and Peru announced that it would be the first country to try out .
Finally, a little something for the fanboys: numbers released this week indicate that--even without the .
Have a great weekend!