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Kar Power Faster

KAR Power Faster is the only software used to optimize the energy power of your laptop, notebook or ultrabook making it faster and...

December 18, 2012 by IA-KAR

Computer Status Monitor

This program displays CPU usage, memory size and usage, resource usage, disk space and usage, processor type and speed, number of processors,...

January 19, 2012 by Purple Parrot

Is it possible to build a $20 laptop?

The unveiling of the $20 laptop-the result of a major project involving the government, universities and the private sector in India-so far hasn't done much to clear up the mystery surrounding the ultra-inexpensive notebook. All we really know about the device is that it will have a low-power chip (it consumes about 2 watts), 2GB of memory, and Ethernet and WiFi connectivity.

February 3, 2009 by

Gateway's new desktop replacement: How much game does $1,400 get?

Gateway has released its first Centrino 2-based laptop, a 17-inch wide-screen model that rivals the performance of pricier gaming and entertainment desktop replacements.To get its PCs noticed on crowded store shelves, Gateway has been experimenting with a different mix of features, opting for less expensive processors and plowing the savings into better graphics, more system memory and, on desktops, bigger power supplies.

August 14, 2008 by

NEC builds an outdoor laptop

NEC introduced an improved version of its laptop for the outdoorsman on Monday. NEC updated its new Versa DayLite E120 with an 800MHz low voltage Pentium III-M processor from Intel. The new E120, however, keeps the same reflective 10.4-inch display as its predecessor. The display is designed to be viewable outdoors, unlike most notebook displays that nearly wash out in direct sunlight. The DayLite can also be used indoors or at night by increasing the screen's brightness using a switch mounted on the chassis. The DayLite machine weighs 3.1 pounds and includes 256MB of memory and a 20GB hard drive. Its standard battery is good for four hours of use, NEC said. The machine starts at $2,199. --John G. Spooner, Special to ZDNet News

June 11, 2002 by

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