Worth knowing if you’re after a laptop at the moment, Dell Studio 15s are now available with slot-loading Blu-ray players. If you want to know what a slot-loading Blu-ray player looks like, Dell has kindly given us a picture (available after the jump). Thanks for that, Dell…
Want a USB attachable Blu-ray player with a cool blue X on it? Yes please, and we also want more gadgets to look this cool. More on the Asus SBC-04D1S-U External Slim can be found, here.
Proving that businessmen can have sassy-red laptops too, HP has announced its newest ProBook S-series laptops. Available in 14in, 15.5in and 17in flavours these are all about performance, affordability and a simple but stylish design. All sizes offer an Intel or AMD processor, Blu-ray drive, HDMI output, and ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4330 graphics card (for after work gaming, of course). No exact pricing information just yet, but entry-level ProBooks should start around the US$550 mark.
The Asus factory has certainly been busy this morning. After churning out some new motherboards, its moved on to high performance laptops with the N81Vg. The 14in lap-happy PC has standard specs in most areas, however it’s packing one monster of a graphics card. The Nvidia GeForce GT 120M is DirectX 10 compatible, handles 1080p HD video with ease and uses 110 gigaflops of processing power. To put that in perspective, this laptop received a 3Dmark performance score akin to some hardcore gaming PCs.
Dell’s slimline Inspiron range is the latest to get the colour treatment. These crayon coloured desktops will come in shades like tangerine orange, plum purple and promise pink. Starting at only US$300, they can pack an alarming amount of tech. Each can fit an Intel Core 2 Quad processor, up to 8GB of RAM, 750GB of hard drive space and a Blu-ray drive. Why not go for the low-specced option, pick a colour to match your drapes and stick it in the living room under your TV. Stylish media centre on the cheap, done.