The new notebooks are the first introduced since the company announced it was shifting its PC focus away from consumers.
Showing results 1 to 20 of 292
Toshiba Touch AMD 13" Laptop for $399
The Radius features a dual-axis hinge and five viewing modes, while the two Click 2 models offer 13.3-inch screens that detach from their keyboard case.
A 17.3-inch desktop replacement is among the other notebooks announced. Prices start at $649.99 for the Best Buy exclusive 14-inch Satellite E45.
The notebook's 15.6-inch screen can offer 282 pixels per inch, but the company hasn't revealed a price for the privilege.
Most of the notebooks weigh less than 4 pounds apiece, though only the Portégé Z30 qualifies as an Ultrabook.
While Toshiba unveils a 7mm hybrid hard drive/solid-state drive, Samsung launches the first PCI Express-based SSDs for ultra-thin PC notebooks, the same one found in new versions of Apple's MacBook Air.
Toshiba's June product refresh brings new slimline consumer and business notebooks, some featuring Intel's latest 4th-Generation Core processors, and a new range of 10-inch Android tablets.
The feature promises faster processor speeds when a hybrid device is used with its keyboard, while improving battery life for tablet use.
The new AMD head is keen to drive sales in Australia, and hopes to target opportunities in the mainstream and ultrathin notebook market.
AMD has been a bit overshadowed at Computex this year by the onslaught of Intel-based Ultrabooks. But the company made some news of its own announcing its latest line of APUs, or Accelerated Processing Units.
Toshiba has refreshed much of its notebook line, including its 'world's-thinnest' Portégé ultrabook, with Intel's 'Ivy Bridge' Core processors.Most of the updated models are being touted as business-friendly, even the Portégé Z930, a follow-on from last year's Z830.
The Satellite Pro C850-10N delivers decent performance at a reasonable price. The keyboard flex is a concern, but build quality is generally robust. Overall, it's a good basic business workhorse.
AMD has launched an embedded counterpart to its notebook-oriented Trinity chipset, targeting graphics-intensive applications such as digital signage and surveillance systems.The company unveiled its AMD Embedded R-Series accelerate processing unit (APU) on Monday, just a week after it revealed the Trinity as a direct competitor to Intel's Ivy Bridge.
The second generation of AMD's APUs provides double the performance per watt of their Llano predecessors, according to the company, which is taking aim at the ultrabooks in Intel's Ivy Bridge sights
Despite a number of drawbacks, the Vostro 3555 could be a good buy if you're looking for a low-cost business workhorse. It's also the first business notebook we've seen with three USB 3.0 ports.
AMD announced today the Radeon HD 7900M, 7800M and 7700M families--along with more advanced switching technology--arrive just in time for laptops that will use Intel's 3rd Generation Core chip or AMD's Trinity processor.
The Portégé Z830 is an impressive business ultrabook. Apart from the amount of flex in the lid, we like the slimline design and thoughtful ergonomics. Not everyone will appreciate the connectors on the back edge, though, and we'd have liked access to the battery.
After my disappointing experience with the Samsung 305U, I am still looking around for a newer generation netbook/sub-notebook. The basis of my search is that I want an AMD/ATI based system, because I believe it gives good performance, good screen resolution (typically 1366x768) and an HDMI display port.
AMD has updated its A-Series line of processors for mainstream laptops and desktops with new chips it says operate at faster speeds, deliver better graphics performance and include other enhancements.
The best of ZDNet, delivered
- 1 Perfectly legal ways you can still get Windows 7 cheap (or even free)
- 2 34 ways to improve your iPhone's battery life
- 3 How much does an iPhone 6 really cost? (Hint: It's way more than $199)
- 4 So you have an app idea and want to make a bajillion bucks
- 5 ZDNet Cloud TV: Impact of cloud on HR (highlights)