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Hewlett-Packard DV5000 - Home Multimedia Notebook with High Quality Audio
Written by Gizmo   
Tuesday, 23 January 2007 20:06

Read the full review at Digit-Life:

"Hewlett-Packard has been known for a long time on the Russian market, including the notebook market. But it's famous mostly by its corporate models, which have been supplied to the Russian market for a long time already. At the same time, HP has the Pavilion series for home users, which was not available in the Russian market up to recently (before Summer 2006).

This series has always had a number of interesting peculiarities. In particular, as notebooks were intended for home users, their design cardinally differed from that of corporate models. It was better - notebooks of this series always looked attractive. Pavilion notebooks were also notable for powerful configurations and democratic prices (we are speaking about the American market here). So these devices were popular among grey dealers, who brought them here from the USA at their own risk. By the way, these models were said to have a relatively high percentage of defective samples, which had to be repaired at the cost of dealers (or they had to return them to the USA)."

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Alienware Area-51 m5790 Core 2 Duo notebook
Written by Danrok   
Saturday, 20 January 2007 01:56

Alienware
Alienware m5790
Alienware is shipping a special edition notebook, starting 31st January. It comes with an optional overclocked 2.66 MHz Core 2 Duo processor, has a 17" LCD monitor and graphics options include a 256MB ATI® Mobility Radeon X1900. It supports upto 2 GB of DDR2 system memory.

Prices start at $1,299 and go up to $4,329 for a fully loaded version with all the extras, such as an optical Blu-Ray drive.

More on their website.

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New rugged Dell notebook for outdoor types
Written by Danrok   
Wednesday, 17 January 2007 06:34

Dell ATG Dell has launched a new notebook PC, the Latitude ATG. It is intended for use in less comfortable environments. ATG is short for All Terrain Grade. Although, this machine is not as indestructable as the more expensive rugged notebooks, it sells for a reasonable starting price of $2,499.  Putting in in reach of those who could use a tougher notebook, such as construction workers and engineers.

The ATG is mositure, vibration and dust resistant, and features an extra bright LCD display (500cd/m2) for outdoor use.

Dell's product page is here.

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Dell Latitude 131L notebook reviewed
Written by Danrok   
Wednesday, 03 January 2007 19:51

Dell 131L
Latitude 131L
TrustedReviews have put a Dell Latitude 131L notebook through its paces. This machine features an AMD processor, the Turion 64 X2 Mobile TL-50 and ATI Radeon Xpress X1150 graphics.

It has an 80GB hard drive and 512MB of system memory. The display size is 15.4 inches. 

As you would expect, it scores well in the value for money department. Read their review here.

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Review: LG P1 Express Dual notebook
Written by Rondog   
Monday, 09 October 2006 12:51
Rondog takes us through his thoughts on a Notebook solution offered by LG. A good, lightweight mobile soultion with an impressive spec.

At first glance this unit appears to be a very good deal at $2499 AUD. Similarly priced HP only features a nVidia GO7400 and a Centrino Duo 1.73 GHz. And identically priced LG comes in with the bigger brother processor, a Centrino Duo 2.0 GHz but only features a GO7300.
LG P1 Express Dual
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