Ultralight notebooks Notebook reviews: AOpen Openbook 1555 Apple PowerBook G4 Dell Latitude D400 Fujitsu Lifebook 6120 IBM ThinkPad X31 Sony Vaio PCG-TR1 Toshiba PortÃƒÂ©gÃƒÂ© R100 Specifications How we tested Sample scenarios Editor’s choice Final words About RMIT If you’re out on the road a lot, you want a notebook that won’t give you a sore shoulder at the end of the day, but you may not want to give up all the features of a full-sized notebook. Can you have both? Many of you may be thinking “not another notebook review” but the truth is, notebook vendors have a range of products they target at different markets and this time around we’re looking at truly portable notebook PCs. You may not really notice much difference between these market segments and the prices are no help; they all seem similarly priced. In notebooks aimed at power users, you pay more for a faster processor and bigger display. But in an ultralight notebook, you pay more for lighter weight, longer battery life, and a smaller footprint. For almost as long as portable PCs have been around they have been touted as the death of desktop computing. Sixteen years ago we saw an… Read full this story
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