New Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Review And Prices

Written By Anik Hasan Dipu on Thursday, May 19, 2011 | 11:26 PM

Latest Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Features and prices

                                                  
Lenovo ThinkPad X1
                                                                   REVIEW SUMMARY
A powerful notebook that combines the durability and features of a business-class Thinkpad with the style of a consumer laptop.

 PROS                                                           CONS

1.  Thin design with lots of ports                       Integrated battery
2.  Excellent performance                                 Glossy screen
3.  Bright screen with Gorilla Glass                   Annoying touchpad issue

                      Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Full Review

Although the ThinkPad line of notebooks from Lenovo is synonymous with business laptops, there hasn't been a 13-inch ThinkPad since the old X301. The all new ThinkPad X1 promises to deliver all the features and dependability you expect from a ThinkPad inside a thin and lightweight 13-inch laptop.      

Our review unit of the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 features the following specifications:

* INTEL Core i5-2520M dual-core processor (2.5GHz, 3MB cache, 3.2GHz Turbo frequency)
* Windows 7 Professional (64-bit)
* 13.3-inch HD (1366 x 768) LED Backlit Display with Corning Gorilla Glass
* Intel Integrated HD 3000 Graphics
* 4GB DDR3 (1333MHz)
* 320GB Hitachi Travelstar hard drive (Z7K320)
* Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6205 (Taylor Peak) 2x2 AGN wireless card
* Bluetooth
* 720p High Definition webcam
* Fingerprint reader
* Integrated 6-cell battery (38.92Wh) and optional slice battery (36Wh)
* Warranty: 3-year
* Dimensions: 13.26 (L) x 9.1 (W) x 0.65-0.84 (H) inches
* Weight: 3.75 lbs.
* Price as configured: $1,399.00 ($1,549.00 with external slice battery)

Build and Design
Lenovo took a lot of time developing the X1 before bringing this notebook to market. As previously mentioned, the last 13-inch ThinkPad was the X301, and while that particular notebook wasn't wildly popular for Lenovo, business
customers have been asking for a 13-inch business laptop with a thin and light design that still delivers serious performance and is loaded with more ports than a 13-inch MacBook Air.

Can the ThinkPad X1 be the spiritual successor of the X301 and offer the attractive consumer appeal of a MacBook? Let's take a closer look to find out
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The New and Top 10 Best Laptops-2011

Latest Top 10 Best Laptops-2011

Shopping for a laptop these days is a pretty daunting task. The sheer number of laptops available online or in a store's electronics section is enough to make your mind spin. Most people have a general idea of what their laptop should look like and what they want in terms of features, but are often intimidated by the choices available. That's where we come in.
The editors of PCMag.com test hundreds of systems each year to help you find the best laptop. There are a lot of laptops out there, from the large-screen desktop replacements to the lightweight ultraportables, and even netbooks, but all share common features. In this story, we help you narrow your choices  by collecting the top 10 laptops on the market today.


 
HP Pavilion dv6-6013cl

In terms of looks, features, and cost, the HP Pavilion dv6-6013cl was already a great laptop, but the addition of a second generation Intel processor and dramatically improved graphics and gaming capability make it a winner


Dell XPS 15 (Sandy Bridge)


With a Sandy Bridge quad-core processor and excellent battery life, the Dell XPS 15 (Sandy Bridge) is arguably the most complete desktop replacement laptop, even if it isn't the fastest or the prettiest. 


Lenovo ThinkPad X220


The Lenovo ThinkPad X220 business ultraportable is an amazing piece of engineering when you factor in all the features it squeezed into a 12-inch frame, including best-in-class battery life and the new Intel Core i5 i5-2520M CPU. 

Apple MacBook Pro 15-inch (Thunderbolt)


The Apple MacBook Pro 15-inch (Thunderbolt) is the fastest, most technologically advanced laptop to grace our Labs benches, thanks to new Intel architecture, a renewed romance with AMD graphics chips, and a connection technology called Thunderbolt. 

Asus U41JF-A1


The Asus U41JF-A1 is the most well-balanced mainstream laptop, combining excellent power with all-day battery life.

HP Pavilion dm1z


The HP Pavilion dm1z and its AMD Fusion APU offer the best of both worlds: faster-than-Atom speeds and great battery life.

Sony VAIO VPC-Z1390X


The Sony VAIO VPC-Z1390X is, hands down, the lightest and most powerful ultraportable money can buy.

Toshiba Portege R705-P35

The Toshiba Portege R705-P35 is a more practical alternative to the Sony VAIO Z, bundling a 13-inch widescreen, optical drive, and a standard volt processor.

Acer Aspire AS5745-7247  

The Acer Aspire AS5745-7247 is one sweet laptop deal, putting in parts and features you don't normally get at these prices.

Asus U45Jc-A1  

The U45Jc-A1 is powerful and battery efficient enough to work through an entire day and look good while doing it.  




                                                               HP Pavilion dv6-6013cl



                                                               Dell XPS 15 (Sandy Bridge)
                                                              Lenovo ThinkPad X220


                                                             Apple MacBook Pro 15-inch (Thunderbolt)


                                                                      Asus U41JF-A1


                                                             Sony VAIO VPC-Z1390X


                                                             Toshiba Portege R705-P35


                                                            Acer Aspire AS5745-7247 


                                                                        Asus U45Jc-A1 
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Corsair Ships Flash Voyager USB 3.0 Family Reviews

Latest Corsair Ships Flash Voyager USB 3.0 Family


Corsair, a worldwide designer and supplier of high-performance components to the PC gaming hardware market, today announced the shipment of the Flash Voyager® USB 3.0 family of USB flash drives.
The new Flash Voyager USB 3.0 models deliver SuperSpeed USB 3.0 performance, with read speeds up to four times faster than typical USB 2.0 drives. The Flash Voyager USB 3.0 product family shares the same rugged rubber housing and finger-friendly ergonomics that have made the Flash Voyager family a favorite of consumers looking for durable portable data storage. All Flash Voyager USB 3.0 models are shockproof, water-resistant, backward compatible with USB 2.0/USB 1.1 standards, and provide easy plug-and-play compatibility with most operating systems.
“The boost in read speed provided by the Flash Voyager USB 3.0 family makes accessing video, images, and other large files significantly faster,” said Thi La, Vice President of Memory Products at Corsair. “The shipment of more and more USB 3.0-enabled systems makes it clear that the market is rapidly adopting the new standard. The latest Flash Voyager models are ideal for getting the most performance from the latest PC gear.”
Flash Voyager USB 3.0 USB flash drives will be available worldwide in May from Corsair’s network of authorized retailers at a suggested retail price of $19.99 USD for the 8GB version, $29.99 USD for the 16GB version, and $69.99 USD for the 32GB version. Note that stated capacities are unformatted.
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Latest NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 1GB Review

New NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 1GB Reviews and prices

Latest nvidia
When NVIDIA announced the GTX 460, it was heralded as the perfect graphics card for people looking for excellent performance on a reasonable budget. As competing solutions were released its price has gradually decreased to its current mark of slightly under $150 which has essentially opened up a hole in NVIDIA’s lineup between it and the $250 GTX 560 Ti. Enter the GTX 560 1GB (sans Ti).

At a starting price of $199 we’ll likely see the GTX 560 go up against some well entrenched products like AMD’s popular HD 6870 and some of the higher clocked GTX 460 1GB models. Much like the GTX 460 before it, the 560 will be launching at numerous price points with both reference and pre-overclocked cards being available right out of the gate. When these higher spec products are taken into account, there will likely be GTX 560 cards at every interval between $199 and $225.

Today also happens to be when NVIDIA officially launches their new R275 drivers. They don't offer much in the way of performance improvements but automatic background updates for SLI profiles, a more intuitive 3DVision control panel, more monitor scaling options and some much needed bug fixes are just a few of the things that have changed.


GTX560-1GB-23
With a solid lineage at its back the GTX 560 is hoping to build upon NVIDIA’s success with their other “refreshed” Fermi cards while brining high performance to a lower price bracket. To accomplish this, the latest addition to the GeForce family makes use of a GF114 core and much like the GTX 460, it ships with a single SM disabled for a total of 336 cores and 32 texture units. Meanwhile, the four 64-bit memory controllers and the structure of 32 ROPs remain untouched which essentially means we won’t see any 768MB cards…for the time being at least.

GTX560-1GB-64
To many, the GTX 560 will likely look like nothing but an overclocked GTX 460 and that’s exactly what it is….but with a twist. This “refreshed” architecture has been graced with a revised transistor layout for increased rendering and thermal efficiency so it can achieve some impressive clock speeds. Advances like these have allowed for a core clock of 800Mhz on the reference GTX 560; nearly equaling some of the most extreme GF104-based cards on the market. Memory speeds have also seen a bump to 4Ghz.

All of this is accomplished without this new card consuming any more power than the reference GTX 460 which is a testament to the engineering changes made between the GF104 and GF114.

But we haven’t seen the last of our old friend, the GF104. The GTX 460 still offers phenomenal capabilities and will continue to cling desperately onto life. NVIDIA needs something to bridge the substantial performance gap between the GTX 560 and GTX 550 Ti and what better to fill this space than a highly respected yet affordable solution?

 Even with a reference core speed of 800Mhz, NVIDIA’s board partners have come to realize there’s plenty of overhead left in the GTX 560’s tank and will be launching some very interesting products. In this particular review we’ll be looking at three cards from Gigabyte, MSI and ASUS. All have different clock speeds with the Gigabyte OC edition being the closest to reference speeds, the ASUS TOP being the furthest and the MSI Twin Frozr III OC taking the middle ground. The same can be said of their respective prices; Gigabyte’s slightly overclocked version goes for $199, MSI’s hits the $209 mark while ASUS’ little monster will be found for $219.
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Intel Announces Retroactive Warranty Increase for all 320-series SSDs_Exclusive

Intel Announces Retroactive Warranty Increase

Intel Announces Retroactive Warranty Increase for all 320-series SSDs_Exclusive

 

From Intel:

Confident in the enhanced reliability features of it’s recently introduced third-generation solid-state drive (SSD), Intel announced it has extended its limited warranty for the Intel® SSD 320 Series from three years to five years.

The extended warranty term will apply to all Intel SSD 320 Series drives, including those already purchased. Additional limitations apply to enterprise usage levels.


SEE DETAILS

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Latest computer is waiting for you with update configuration

Written By Anik Hasan Dipu on Friday, January 21, 2011 | 2:49 AM

Hello,
Good news for all viewers. Here is some latest computer configuration & price. You get this instrument in your nearest market. Its so high qualified, so speedy,, looks like so good. This computer so good which u used the previous computer. This is the latest computer for you. This computer u used in business sector. in home, school, university & any other sector. Any person can use this computer. Now u can get this a computer market. The whole configuration are in below.


Lenovo IdeaCentre K320 Midsize-Tower Desktop

   Price Range
                                     $1099.00 - $1099.0           
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2nd Generation Intel® Core™ i7 Processor with extreme power

Written By Anik Hasan Dipu on Friday, January 14, 2011 | 9:02 AM


The Intel® Core™ i7 processor delivers best-in-class performance for the most demanding applications. This quad-core processor features 8-way multitasking capability and additional L3 cache. With adaptive performance and built-in visual capabilities this 2nd generation processor brings more intelligence to your PC. With faster, intelligent, multi-core technology that applies processing power where it's needed most, Intel Core i7 processors deliver an incredible breakthrough in PC performance. The "Core i7" brand is marketed for desktop and laptop computers in both business and high-end consumer markets.Core i7 is a multipower processor.

Intel core i7 3.06 GHZ processor
1. L2 memory.
2.  8 MB cache.
ONLINE PRICE:  275 $
Intel core i7 extreme edition 3.33 GHZ processor
 1. L2 memory.
 2.  12MB cache.

ONLINE PRICE :  890 $

 Intel core i7 2.93 GHZ processor
  1.L2 memory.
  2.  8MB cache


ONLINE PRICE:  75 $
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