Samsung R20: The New Black

Sometimes brown is the new black. Or sometimes it’s pastels. But never, ever, does the old black go out of fashion. It always comes back. Enter the Samsung R20. So sleek and sheer black is this laptop when closed, you might mistake it for your marble coffee table. If you don’t have a marble coffee table, then you might think […]

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Review of Acer Ferrari 1000

Acer sponsorship of the Scuderia Ferrari racing team brings the compact Acer Ferrari 1000 Laptop. Featuring Carbon Fiber lid, fierce candy red trim, and the speed-invoking Ferrari logo. The similarities do not stop at the exterior, as the Ferrari 1000 is filled with power, thanks to its AMD Turion Dual Core chip and 768 MB RAM. Light weight, it weighs […]

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Hewlett Packard’s Compaq nc8200

Hewlett Packard, the 2nd most popular global manufacturer of notebook computers has boldly announced that 2005 is the “Year of mobility!” Here at laptopical we’ve decided to declare 2005 as the “Year of pot noodles”, but that’s another story…. Anticipating the inexorable trend towards mobile technology, HP have decided to regain the coveted number one position on the laptop seller […]

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Dell Release the Inspiron 9200 Laptop

The Inspiron 9200 is Dell’s newest desktop replacement notebook. The outstanding feature seems to be the beautiful 17 inch TFT Active Matrix UltraSharp display. The basic Inspiron 9200 comes equipped with a Pentium M processor, 256MB DDR SDRAM and a respectable 40 GB hard drive. Of course specs like the hard drive can be upgraded to 80GB, but customising will […]

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