This week in laptops
Laptop news and reviews for March 3 through March 8, 2008.
There was plenty of laptop news in this week before our clocks spring forward, so let's get right to it.
We discovered two ways to ruin your brand-new MacBook Air: either (to the tune of $40,000) or . Meanwhile, Steve Wozniak doesn't want to ruin his MacBook Air, he just .
Intel announced a new supersmall processor and platform called, designed for "netbooks" and mobile Internet platforms. The energy-efficient chips aren't expected to hit the market for several weeks, but has posted some preliminary benchmarks. The chipmaker also introduced the official branding for the next iteration of its mobile platform, formerly codenamed Montevina: the highly creative .
Other products announced this week: the rugged two new gaming models and Asus announced the 17-inch G70. Products we reviewed this week include the latest edition of the
On Crave, Mike Yamamoto laptops and a laptop could reduce air pollution. Matt Elliott spotted a larger . Meanwhile, CNET Labs' Daniel Begun answered a question that I am asked pretty regularly: ?HP's artist series
Finally, business travelersat airports; apparently some hackers are setting up fake ad hoc networks to gain access to information stored on laptops.
Keep your eyes open, and have a great weekend!