A group of 13-inch laptops priced around $800 have been hitting the gym hard, like that Russian guy Rocky fought, in order to shed the pounds and learn to run for hours. But one is the best.
Acer, I see right through you; you meant this $800 3D PC for the college stoner.
The long talked about dual boot Android, Windows XP Acer netbook is ready to come out of hiding and you can snatch one up now (with a six-cell battery) for $350. But will you ever use the Android?
You wouldn't know it by looking at it, but that is Acer's new multitouch laptop. Sort of like Lenovo has done with the T400s, Acer has put a multitouch screen on an existing clamshell notebook.
Sometimes I forget that for less than $399 you can still snatch up a pretty decent full size laptop or desktop. Thank you, Compaq for reminding me of this with the 15.6-inch CQ61 notebook and Presario 40101f.
HP was ahead of the touch game even before Windows 7's finger friendliness, so it makes sense that the crazy computer maker decided to take after fluffy bunnies and breed lots of touch PCs.
HP is smoking a big touch pipe, and its 42-inch finger friendly LCD is the ultimate rip. Unlike the TouchSmart, it is meant for use as digital signage in a store or for presentations. It's still really fun to touch.
I can't take a good picture of myself and a friend for the life of me, which is why I love this inflatable photobooth. Inside the traveling, blow up booth is a 11-megapixel camera.
If you believe the dual core Atom rumors, the ASUS Eee PC 1201N could knock out all other netbooks in performance.