Are You Going to Shop for Laptops? Check out These Options
21 May 2011 - By Omar Mariño

If you’re looking for a little portable PC power, then this is a good week for you. Several of the top developers have recently released some new machines, updates to old ones, and even budget-minded devices for those starving college kids and those who spend too much on video games. Let’s take a tour of what happened this week in laptops starting with the HP Pavillion g6s. Read more >>

Protective Cases to Keep Your Tech Cozy
7 May 2011 - By Omar Mariño

Portable technology is great but it’s expensive and generally a pain in the behind to try and repair or replace. So that’s why when you buy some flashy new do-dad you should always invest at least a little money in something designed to keep that tech functioning and in one piece. Whether or not that’s just a brown paper sack from the grocer is up to you. However, have a look at these snazzy cases below and you might just find yourself with a better alternative to that messenger bag you’ve had since college.


Gadget / Music: Time to Get Your Groove On
5 May 2011 - By Omar Mariño

Technology has revolutionized the way we listen to music. From early MP3 players to fully functional iPods, the personal media player has truly grown into its own. But at its heart, every PMP is still just a way to get the best sound out of those microchips. So this time around, we’ll take a look at some cool gadgets you can use to groove out, starting with Creative’s new Zen Style M300.


Trio of New Laptops for 2011: Stylish To Powerful With Nothing In Between
22 Apr 2011 - By Omar Mariño

I’ve never been one to put style over function—especially when it comes to computers. I want a machine that will do what I ask it to without hesitation and don’t really care what it looks like. However, for some PC manufacturers it seems that style is the deciding factor. Up for review today we have three new laptops set to hit the market in 2011 that try (and sometimes fail) to balance form with function. Up first is the Acer Aspire One 722.


Toshiba Portege Laptop – The Portege R830 launched
13 Apr 2011 - By Omar Mariño

Toshiba, the once and (some would say) future king of laptops has announced the launch of their newest model—the Toshiba Portege R380. The machine is lean, mean, and ready to do business. Modeled after the Portege R700—slim, sleek, and stylish—the 13.3 inch R830 has a lot of the features users have come to expect from the Portege line with a few surprises thrown in for good measure. Read more >>

Alienware M18x Gaming / Game Laptop—Stylish, Pricey, Powerful
12 Apr 2011 - By Omar Mariño

Alienware PCs have always been flashy. From the extraterrestrial green glow to the bug-eyed “Grey” staring you in the face it’s clear that the company values its image almost as much as it does its reputation. But the machines have always been one step ahead of the competition and the M18x is no exception. Read more >>

PC / Game Laptop: MSI Shows Off GX680 Model with 16GB of RAM
26 Mar 2011 - By Omar Mariño

MSI thinks you need more RAM. Not satisfied with your 4GB or 8GB model? Step up to the plate and fork over a fistful of cash for MSI’s new GX680 laptop and you’ll get up to 16GB of DDR3. That’s right, 16GB. Read more >>

Asus / Core i5: K53E Laptop Brings The Heat
25 Mar 2011 - By Omar Mariño

Want an affordable Asus computer but can’t stand those tiny little netbooks any longer? The new Asus K53E is a full-sized laptop with enough computing power to keep the average user happy with a price that won’t scare you away. Read more >>

No, Asus Mini PC Eee 1015B and 1215B Won’t Break the Bank
24 Mar 2011 - By Omar Mariño

But you didn’t really expect them to, did you? Asus brings us yet another affordably priced netbook in a market that’s already flooded with them. So what makes these two models interesting enough to buy? You’ll just have to read on to find out. Read more >>