Laptop

  • You will never buy Razer’s Project Valerie triple-screen laptop

    Razer has made big headlines over the past 24 hours with their announcement of a triple-screen laptop. This is actually not the first triple-screen laptop we’ve seen, but it is the world’s first to open automatically and to have 3x 4K displays. Razer has done a stellar job at creating ‘Project...
  • Sony VAIO Pro is the lightest ultrabook with touch

    Sony are launching a new VAIO Pro 13, red edition ultrabook. They claim it’s the lightest 13.3” ultrabook with a touchscreen in the world. The signature red finish is achieved by a variety of painting techniques on different materials, including carbon fibre and aluminium. Multiple paint layers are individually...
  • Review: 2013 MacBook Air

    The latest MacBook Air from Apple is both a minor and a major update. While that may sound strange, let me explain. First of all, my previous laptop was the 2011 MacBook Air which has served me well while travelling across the globe. The size and weight making it...
  • World’s first 21:9 Ultrabook shows off more Windows 8 tiles

    Now it’s Toshiba’s turn to introduce Windows 8 hardware and there’s one that stands out. The Satellite U840W is features a 14.4” cinematic display is the world’s first Ultrabook with a 21:9 display. The ultra-thin, ultra-light Ultrabook now features a two-tone aluminium chassis, textured palm rest, multiple USB3.0 ports...
  • Apple updates 13” Macbook Pro with Retina display

    At Apple’s event this morning, they also took some time to focus on Mac. There’s a brand new Macbook Pro with Retina display. There’s not too much different here when compared to the 15” model, it’s basically 3” smaller and US$500 cheaper. It’s 20% thinner than the previous Macbook...
  • Review: Dell 14z Ultrabook, affordable portability arrives**

    Last month Dell launched their entry level 14Z Ultrabook. We got a chance to spend some time with it here at techAU and now have a detailed review, letting you know if you should throw down your hard earned. Hardware The Dell 14z aka, Inspiron 5423 features a Core...
  • Review: Toshiba R850 Laptop

    The Toshiba R850 laptop is marketed as a thin, light desktop replacement, so how does it stack up in reality. The R850 weighs in at 2.40kg, impressive for a 15” laptop, while the chassis feels strong and high build quality. Performance wise, the 2.5 Ghz Core i5 feels snappy,...
  • Dell’s Z brand extends to consumers 14z laptop, no induction

    If you’ve always thought 13” is not quite big enough,but 15” is just to big, then Dell’s latest consumer laptop may be just what your after. The Dell Inspiron 14z Laptop is thin and light like it’s 16” big brother Latitude Z. Right about now you probably wondering if...
  • Dell Latitude Z Laptop now available in Aus

    The sexy new Latitude Z Laptop from Dell is now available in Australia. The default configuration is available for $2,799 which includes the wireless charging. All things considered, this is pricing is actually quite reasonable. It does have a long list of specs. Worlds thinnest 16” laptop (1600×900 resolution),...