This week belonged to HP, which announced No. 1 spot for notebook sales in Q1.on Tuesday. Highlights include a Voodoo-branded and a semirugged . All the and got a little sprucing up, too. The company is no doubt hoping its "shock and awe" product release strategy will help it maintain its grip on the
The No. 2 spot belonged to Dell, which is planning a mini Inspiron to compete with the likes of the Eee PC. This week saw, which will reportedly be called the Dell E. A 12-inch version, called the E Slim, is also rumored to be in the works.
Meanwhile, Asus kept its fingers in the pie by posted video of the unboxing.--in Taiwan. Some lucky buggers have already
Other product news this week: Toshiba looks poised to revive its Qosmio brand with MSI unleashed a boatload of new laptops., and
Also worth reading: 2008 isfor laptops; new company thinks MRAM is better than flash; and college student Ben Arent cooked up the , a hacked Dell Latitude designed to keep technophobes in touch with friends and family.
Finally, we got ain Los Angeles, where we learned that the league's scorers and statisticians rely on no-frills ThinkPads.
Have a great weekend!