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.
While most people are still lusting over Apple’s latest release of the MacBooks, this crazy Japanese guy decided to take his apart. He’s got a step-by-step instruction with detailed photos on his blog in case you’re curious or just as
stupid creative as him to pull off the same trick.
Here’s the follow up article to the previously reported new mobile pc that was going to come out from Sony. Here’s the real story. Sony is releasing the VAIO UX Micro PC this july and will cost about $1,800. The Micro PC runs on Windows XP Pro, and features a 4-inch wide screen with a keyboard. The Micro PC also comes with two cameras, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and Cingular EDGE connectivity. Via Uncrate.
Just when I started feeling bad about my sluggish iBook G4 Apple just had to rub it in and launched a new line of iBook crushers. The replacement models are dubbed MacBook sans the “Pro” and they come with built in iSight and a brighter 13-inch glossy widescreen display. The real kick is that the higher end model comes in sleek black. Armed with an Intel Core Duo processor it is 5X faster than the iBook G4. The only downer is that it doesn’t come with a dedicated graphics adapter. I knew there was a catch to their $1,099 starting price. The black one will cost you $1,499 though and it comes with an 80GB SATA hard drive, 512MB memory and a SuperDrive. Get them at the Apple Store.
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.
These are pictures of the what has been said to be Sony’s future Mobile PC called the UX. It features a stylish exterior and sleek keyboard system. The UX also features Bluetooth support, Wi-Fi, an integrated Motion-Eye camera, full QWERTY keypad, Memory Stick reader, and Blu-ray compatibility. Check back with us in the weeks to come for more information. Via jkOntheRun