Laptop Reloaded May 3 – 7: HP Announces New Notebooks, iPad Sells 1 Million, Kin One & Two Debut, and More
May 9, 2010 03:17 PM EDT by Evelyn Cheng
Reviews and Hands-On
- ASUS G73Jh [4 stars - Editor's Choice] — This aggressively priced, stealth fighter-inspired rig will plow through any game you throw at it.
- Dell Inspiron Mini 10 (T-Mobile) [3 stars] — T-Mobile’s affordable data plans and superior 3G speeds make this connected netbook worth a look.
- Microsoft Kin One and Kin Two: Wait for Windows Phone 7
- Hands on with HP Envy 14, Envy 17 — At sale prices, HP’s Envy line presents tough competition to Apple’s MacBook Pros.
- Hands on with HP Mini 210, Mini 110 — HP’s new netbooks flaunt pink, plaid, and fingerprint-free designs.
- Hands on with HP Pavilion dm4, dv5, dv6, and dv7 — These new laptops from HP feature rejuvenated designs as well as upgraded technical features.
- Hands on with the Kobo eReader — For only $149, this lightweight eReader sports a large screen and respectable performance.
- HD Vision Sunglasses — These stylish, inexpensive sunglasses give you prime HD vision.
News & Views
- Readers’ Choice: Which Notebook Brand Has The Best Tech Support?
- Why I Want a Windows 7 Tablet — And You Should, Too
- iPad Killing Off Netbooks? Numbers Don’t Tell Whole Story
- Good News or Bad News? Google To Sell eBooks By Summer
- Snapdragon Killer? Intel’s Atom Z6 CPUs to Target Smart Phones, Tablets
- 1 Million iPads Sold, No Confetti Or Banners For The Buyer
- Spoonfed: In Mobile Wars, Winners Will Roll Their Own OS
- G Styled: Can A Man Still Look Manly Carrying An iPad Bag?
- T-Mobile myTouch 3G Slide Puts the ‘Smart’ in Smart Phone
- HP ProBook 4425s, 6455b, 6555b now with AMD Phenom; 6450b and 6550b get Intel Core CPUs
- ClamCase: Turn Your iPad into a Convertible Netbook
- Archos 7: The Android Tablet We’ve Been Waiting For?
- Light Peak Optical Connections Make USB Look Like Two Cups And A String