Asus has debuted a new Windows 8 notebook priced at $300. Dubbed the 1015E, the device features a 1.1 GHz Intel Celeron 847 dual core processor, 2GB of RAM, a 320GB hard drive and a 10.1 inc, 1366 x 768 pixel display.
Touchscreen notebooks and tablets running Microsoft's flagship Windows 8 operating system are still considered somewhat expensive by mainstream users.
Lenovo has unveiled an uber-thin ultrabook. Dubbed the T431s, the system features a revamped trackpad, an enhanced keyboard, and an arguably more aesthetic design than its predecessors.
MSI has been in the notebook game for a long time now, yet many of its machines look remarkably similar.
With CES 2013 kicking off this week, the product announcements are starting to roll out in force from a number of industry heavyweights like Samsung, which recently debuted a new Series 7 Ultra, along with a refreshed Series 7 Chronos ultrabook.
A notebook with a removable trackpad that works like a mouse?
Laptop powered by open operating system and designed around open hardware.
Lenovo has debuted a thin and uber-lightweight notebook lineup powered by Microsoft Windows 8. Dubbed the ThinkPad X1 Carbon, the devices boast a chassis made from carbon fiber.
Origin has introduced a tricked-out Windows (7 or 8) gaming laptop known as the EON17-SLX.
Expected to launch in 2013, HP is keeping mum on pricing for its Windows 8-powered EliteBook Revolve.
Acer has introduced a Windows 8-powered ultraportable PC lineup targeted at students and budget-conscious users.
Extreme gaming laptops are typically associated with Microsoft's Windows operating system, rather than OS X or Linux.
Maingear's Nomad 15 is a slick gaming laptop.
Samsung is refreshing its 3D laptop lineup, with a bright yellow color that is more than just slighty reminiscent of Asus and its flagship Lamborghini devices.
Tablet PCs, such as Apple's iPad, are expected to be the primary growth driver for the mobile PC market over the next few years.
Computex 2012 kicks off today in Taiwan, and MSI is showcasing a number of new tablets and notebooks, including the 11.6-inch Slider S20 Ultrabook.
We can probably credit Nintendo for kicking off the most recent push to advance motion control gaming. Indeed, the Nintendo Wii was the first gaming console to bring motion control to the mainstream public.
Sony has rolled out its new Vaio T11 (11.6-inch screen) and T13 (13.3-inch display) Ultrabooks.
Maingear is a boutique manufacturer of gaming notebooks of all sorts, and has been around for quite some time.
Personally, I think one of the coolest devices Microsoft came up with in the last several years is its Kinect platform.