Articles Archive for April 2011

28 Apr 2011 | No Comment

A laptop is meant to provide computing on-the-go, and it won’t be of any use to you if it suddenly gives out during an important work session, while at an unexpected seminar, or in the midst of an interesting conversation … Continue reading

24 Apr 2011 | No Comment

I met this annoying guy from San Francisco the other day in Singapore. He saw me working on Laptop Charlie and he pulled out his iPad and without me asking him to, he began to tell me why his tablet … Continue reading

20 Apr 2011 | No Comment

The Compaq Presario CQ56 is a reliable laptop with inspiring everyday performance. The laptop has a great balance of technology and excellent design and is a resourceful machine with a great price. The CQ56 series is powered by either the … Continue reading

16 Apr 2011 | No Comment

Google maps has become far more sophisticated and you can see photos, read reviews, get directions, and toss that annoying GPS with the fake British accent out the window. Now you can hear your copilot say “You have missed the turn” with or without the British accent. Continue reading

13 Apr 2011 | No Comment

Sony Vaio has its own way of wooing technology fanatics. It always finds some way to become the talk of the town. With its VPCEB3J0E/WI, it seems that Sony has done it again! Surprisingly, Sony is offering this laptop at … Continue reading

10 Apr 2011 | No Comment

We’ve established certain facts. 1) I travel 2 ) My laptop is always with me 3) My laptop is named Charlie. Knowing those things means that we need to know a few other things as well. Continue reading

6 Apr 2011 | No Comment

HP always finds a way to thrill netbook lovers. Through one way or the other, HP spreads a buzz in the air, which woos gadget aficionados towards it. This time HP has made an attempt to maintain the same history … Continue reading

4 Apr 2011 | One Comment

NVidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang has said that in a few years from now almost any notebook shall resemble the present MacBook Air. The latest MacBook Air seems to have become a template for other companies launching their future improved versions … Continue reading