WaterField Designs now makes custom-size PC laptop sleeves.
As we all know, finding a snug case for a PC can be a challenge.
Don't settle for the handful of sizes offered by big box stores. By providing
just a few key measurements at the time of ordering, WaterField can quickly make a fitted laptop sleeve for your specific PC laptop, netbook or
ultrabook. WaterField also offers custom-fitted laptop sleeves for Apple laptop
"We make several hundred different SleeveCase sizes because PC laptops come
in so many dimensions and configurations. Too many PC users settle for a
poor-fitting, protective sleeve. Our custom sleeves are our greatest
differentiator; we can create a proper-fitting, protective SleeveCase for any
size laptop made."
Features of the SleeveCase
•High-grade, shock-absorbing neoprene padding •Domestically-produced,
ballistic nylon shell •Bottom loop to aid in easy extraction •Choice of
horizontal- or vertically-oriented case to match both messenger bags and
backpacks •Optional addition of a lightly padded flap for extra protection
•Choice of trim (grey checkered Indium or distressed brown leather)
•Optional D-rings and a strap to use as a stand-alone bag •All metal
hardware add-ons •TSA-friendly •Made entirely in the USA - San Francisco
The Dell Alienware X51 delivers serious performance, including enough for gaming, without costing you an arm and a leg. It has an attractive design, USB 3.0, Blu-ray, built-in Wi-Fi and an easy-to-access interior. While nearly an overall home run, it does have a few small design quirks."
The Toshiba Satellite L745-S4130 has a 14-inch display that is backed up with good performance thanks to the Intel Core i3 CPU and 4GB of RAM. While it is slightly thicker than some other 14-inch laptops, it has a really great-looking display that makes it stand out from the rest."
The Toshiba Satellite C655-S5542 is a 15.6-inch portable featuring Intel`s humble Celeron B815 processor, a 320GB hard drive and 3GB of RAM. At under $400, however, it certainly makes waves in the budget notebook category, but the lack of extras, like USB 3.0, are apparent."
Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook Review @ HardwareHeaven.com Dell were one of the first manufacturers to release an Ultrabook with up to date specification and today we have that model on our test bench. The XPS 13 mixes premium materials with some impressive specifications to try and tempt users away from more restrictive devices and into the world of performance mobile computing."
After spending some time with the ASUS Zenbook we must saw that we are amazed with how responsive and fast this notebook feels and it looks gorgeous. ASUS has really stepped up the game when it comes to fit and finish of their products and the quality of the great workmanship is really starting to pay off. The ASUS Zenbook UX31E is amazingly thin and after traveling through the airport with one, it is hard to want to use anything besides an Ultrabook now..."
There are only so many people willing to spend $1,300+ on a finger-thick machine, and many of them are already loyal Apple customers. The reality is, the average consumer wants to believe they're buying a premium product, but they don't necessarily want to pay premium prices. It's a tough nut to crack and most PC makers have failed when it comes to ultrathin notebooks, whether by charging too much or cutting too many corners.
Striking a balance between both extremes, HP's Folio 13 kicks off at an attractive $900 while packing the same core componentry you'll find in even the priciest of ultrabooks. The system has been available for a couple of months so our review isn't particularly timely, but after purchasing a unit a few weeks ago we thought it deserved attention considering how many system makers have gotten the formula wrong, despite Intel's guidance.
Touting an extremely slim profile, the Lenovo IdeaCentre Q180 is a compact desktop PC with roots in entertainment. It has connections and features that allow it to fit right in with your HDTV and become an entertainment hub for videos, music and more. While it`s definitely not the speediest system out there, it does the job well."
The Toshiba Satellite P755D is a solid performing multimedia laptop that features a great-looking 15.6-inch widescreen HD display. It has an AMD Fusion A8 CPU, 6GB of RAM and a 640GB hard drive that gives plenty of room for media storage. It also has a Blu-ray disc player, which further lends itself to multimedia use."
Today we are looking at the Samsung Chronos 7 Series Notebook. The New Samsung Chronos is part of the Korean companies new Ultrabook range, sporting impressive high-end specs such as a super fast 2.2GHz i7 quad-core processor, 8GB of RAM and a powerful onboard graphics card, the Radeon HD 6750M 1GB...
?The Panasonic TC-P50ST30 is a 50-inch 3D plasma TV that includes Internet applications and connectivity. It also has fantastic picture quality and very deep black levels, which gives this TV a huge advantage in picture quality. However, Panasonic curiously choose not to include any 3D glasses with the TV.?"
The HP TouchSmart Elite 7320 is an inexpensive all-in-one touchscreen PC that offers good performance thanks to the Intel Core i5 CPU and 4GB of RAM. It is a fairly standard 22-inch all-in-one PC, so there`s little that it offers to help it stand out from the rest of them on the market."
The Pantech Element is an Android Honeycomb tablet that is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon APQ8060 dual-core 1.5GHz processor. Other features are 1GB RAM, a 1024x768 TFT XGA display a 6,400mAh battery and 16GB of internal storage that is expandable up to 32GB with an optional microSD card. The two big selling points of this tablet are that is it waterproof and that it works on the AT&T 4G LTE network..."
Today we have the Rosewill RMBP-11001 Backpack up for review. We have always been confused with their naming scheme on most of their products, maybe it is code for ?tons of pockets laptop backpack.? This black and grey version of the backpack can hold up to a 15.6? laptop, which should be perfect for our 15.6? laptop we will be using to test it. We don?t have much else to say, honestly, it is still only a laptop backpack. Read on?"
Typically mobile graphics launches trail their desktop counterparts by a few months, as major GPU players like NVIDIA and AMD wring out power consumption and performance from their architectures in order to accommodate the tighter thermal and power budgets of notebook form factors. However, NVIDIA has obviously been refining their new Kepler GPU architecture into its various incarnations for while now, because the company is launching a dual salvo of production silicon for both mobile and desktop graphics markets today...
The fact that NVIDIA is ready with both desktop and mobile variants, in and of itself, is fairly impressive but their mobile platform demonstration vehicle may also surprise you.
The Acer AX1930-UR10P certainly looks like a standard issue budget desktop on the outside, but thanks to its 3.3GHz Intel Core i3 and 4GB of RAM, it is one of the best performing computers in its category. It does lack connectivity options and has limited storage capacity at 500GB, but what can you expect from a sub-$500 desktop?"
Beginners Guides: Repairing a Cracked / Broken Notebook LCD Screen Oct 02 | Beginners Guides Rating:
A broken or cracked LCD screen makes a laptop utterly useless, good thing
PCSTATS can show you how to replace that busted laptop screen with a minimum of fuss and for less money than a service center charges. PCSTATS will be fixing a cracked LCD screen on a Lenovo T530 ThinkPad notebook, the general procedures outlined here work for any notebook though.