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February 15, 2012 by

Dell Precision M6600

The Precision M6600 is a hefty investment and it won't win points for elegance. However, this is a solid and highly configurable mobile workstation that should perform well with a wide range of demanding workloads.

August 8, 2008 by

Do it Yourself Mojave

Yup. I'm now a Vista user. As I mentioned in a previous post, circumstances have recently required that I buy a new desktop PC.

September 1, 2006 by

How to upgrade a laptop to 802.11 abg for $30

Learn how to upgrade your laptop internal wireless adapter to support 802.11 b/g and 802.11a for $30. No need for expensive and bulky Cardbus adapters that ruin the form of your laptop. Follow this step-by-step guide to install your own Intel2915ABG 802.11 a/b/g adapter.

July 3, 2003 by

IBM ThinkPad X31

The ultraportable ThinkPad X31 provides a depth of features in a compact format that's suitable for serious travellers.

June 11, 2003 by

IBM ThinkPad T40

This thin-and-light notebook isn't the speediest Pentium M/Centrino system, but it offers very good battery life and many outstanding features.

October 18, 2001 by

Multimedia notebooks

For this comparison we looked at eight "AV Notebooks" — portables that can both capture video and export it back out. The notebooks we received came in a variety of speeds, the slowest being a Pentium III 750MHz and the fastest a Pentium III 1GHz.

July 30, 2001 by

IBM locks new wireless laptops

Big Blue puts Intel's pumped-up Tualatin chips to work in its wireless ThinkPad T23, which packs hard-wired security that could help business customers protect sensitive data.

January 17, 1998 by

Guy Kewney's Diary

MondayI'm tired of writing: "All hell broke loose," in this diary, but really, it's hard to avoid it.


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