Fujitsu has unveiled several new notebook computers this week including the Lifebook T904 two-in-one convertible. The ultrabook features a 13.3-inch display with a resolution of 2560 x 1440. The high-resolution screen has a contrast ratio of 1000:1 and a brightness rating of 350 cd/m2.
Toshiba has announced that its Portege R30 premium ultraportable laptop has been updated with new processor options from Intel. The machine can now be fitted with full-voltage fourth generation Intel Core M processors. The ultraportable also has an integrated DVD drive despite its lightweight and thin profile.
Toshiba has announced a new mobile workstation rolling out along with other new business-focused laptop computers. The new machine is called the Tecra W50 and it is a mobile workstation with a 15.6-inch full HD resolution display. Toshiba promises that the machine is one of the thinnest and lightest designs in its class.
If you're a fan of the Google Chrome OS, you may be interested to hear that some details on an unannounced HP Chromebook 11 computer have leaked. References to the HP Chromebook 11 recently turned up in the company's Energy Star qualification list. This is the first mention of this machine that has turned up anywhere.
The multi-form notebook with touchscreen abilities is a form factor that appears to be alive and well here in 2013, and Dell wants the world to know that they're all about continuing to innovate with the 2-in-1 2013 edition of the Dell XPS 11 this morning. What we're seeing here is what Dell calls the world's thinnest, lightest, and most compact 2-in-1 Ultrabook headed to the market today. They've made the case with a 2.5 pound body and between 11 and 15mm thickness on this XPS 11 machine, made with a rotating hinge so it can be a tablet just as easy as it can a notebook.
Dell's XPS 13 and XPS 15 are getting a touchscreen refresh, the notebooks in line for Haswell processor upgrades and a jolt in graphics too. The updated 13.3-inch Dell XPS 13 now has a 1080p Full HD touchscreen with a Gorilla Glass NBT top-layer to keep it safe, while the new Dell XPS 15 steps up to a crazy 3,200 x 1,800 touchscreen powered by NVIDIA GeForce graphics.
Getac is a computer maker that makes some of the most rugged computers on the market. The company has announced the fifth-generation of its popular B300 ultra rugged notebook computer and the machine has a number of upgraded features and specifications. The B300 now has Intel Haswell processors and new graphics.
HP has unveiled a number of new business notebook computers and Ultrabooks that are specifically designed for business users and target IT department budgets. One of the most appealing of the new machines is the HP EliteBook 800 series promising ultrabooks that are up to 40% thinner and 28% lighter than previous generations.
So you say you've seen every single different kind of Ultrabook there is to see, yes? Acer disagrees with you - here in the Acer TravelMate X313, you've got a tablet that works with a dock and a keyboard case as well as an 11.6-inch display with extreme scratch resistance. This device builds on the legacy of the similar-looking Acer Iconia W7 and the more recent Acer Iconia W3, that being the first Windows 8 tablet on the market with an 8.1-inch display. The style says similar, the innards earn a big beef-up.
If you had a good time working with the original Acer C7 Chromebook last year, Acer is aiming to up the ante for you specifically this year with the Acer C720. This machine is one of a collection of Chromebooks announced earlier this year as Intel brought on 4th generation Intel Core technology (Haswell) to the platform. Here in the Acer C720, the user works with a body that's quite similar to the original C7, but reinforced and beefed up with a collection of features for the real world - like 30cc fluid resistance up top so there's time for you to turn the machine off before a glass of spilt water destroys the whole beast.