ASUS UL80Vt Notebook

Do you want a laptop that’s not heavy to carry around with you at a reasonable price? Well, ASUS UL80Vt might be just the right one for you. This light laptop comes with decent power with its 1.3 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo SU7300 CPU overlocked with 1.73 GHz by default. It also features 4GB of DDR3 RAM and a 320GB hard drive. The 8-cell lithium battery will give you up to 11.5 hour life.

The UL80Vt also features switchable graphics courtesy of the NVIDIA GeForce G210M and Intel GMA 4500HD for shifting between discrete and power-saving integrated graphics, which is automatically turned-on when the laptop is not plugged to a power supply. The discrete graphics can also be manually turned on and off with the button on the upper half of the keyboard, directly opposite of the power button.

The 14-inch 16:9 screen displays brightly and vibrantly enough. The speakers do deliver, although they aren’t the greatest. Well, for $825, that’s not questionable. But still, the ASUS UL80Vt can perform, and at a reasonable price, too.

Mac min is other desktop computer

There’s nothing like Mac mini. At just 6.5 inches square and 2 inches tall, it’s designed to take up far less room — and use far less energy — than any other desktop computer.

Small. Simple. Beautiful.

Mac mini has a sleek, anodized aluminum case and clean, white surface. It’s small, elegant, and unassuming. In fact, it looks so simple it's hard to believe it’s a computer at all.

Packed with power.
Mac mini was engineered to fit a lot of computer into a little space. It’s powered by an Intel Core 2 Duo processor, with advanced NVIDIA graphics and fast DDR3 memory. There’s plenty of storage space — up to 500GB1 — for just about anything. And it comes with Mac OS X Snow Leopard, the world’s most advanced operating system. Who knew something so small could be so huge?

Plug. And play.

Mac mini includes five USB 2.0 ports and one FireWire 800 port, so you can connect your keyboard, mouse, iPod, iPhone, digital camera, DV camcorder, external hard drive, printer, and any other peripherals you use. Mac mini even lets you connect up to two displays, including your TV, with the mini-DVI port and Mini DisplayPort. On the front of Mac mini is the ultrafast, slot-loading SuperDrive for playing DVDs and CDs — or burning your own.

The many uses of Mac mini.

Because Mac mini is so small, it can be just about anything you want it to be. And be amazing at it, too. Officially, Mac mini is a desktop computer. But because it can go places no other desktop can go, it’s been used everywhere from boats to server rooms, as the heart of an entertainment center — and even to power robots.

The Compact All in One Nettop - Tangent Vita LT

The Tangent Vita LT which is priced at $899 is a small, compact all in one nettop. The unit has an 18.5-inch widescreen built-in monitor.

One thing that makes the Tangent Vita LT stand out is that it has features that are usually missing from other nettops. The Tangent Vita LT has PS/2 ports and a DVD burner, the system also does away with bloat ware that only clog up the memory of your unit. So the Tangent Vita LT is very good for businesses and schools.

However since it has some unusual features for an all in one nettop, it is also priced way above some of the all in one desktop PCs out there. The Tangent Vita LT is certainly attractive. It’s available with either a glossy black or white chassis. All of the system’s electronics are built in behind the monitor, so it doesn’t need a permanently attached base like the Averatec D1133. The Vita LT runs a low powered Intel Atom n270 processor, 2GB of memory, 120GB hard drive, and integrated Intel GMA 950 graphics.

So the question is, is it really worth the extra money? We don’t think so.

ASUS UL80Vt (Vt-A1) – The Lightweight Powerhouse

What do you get if you match Intel’s budget- and endurance-minded Ultra-Low Voltage processor with a powerful Nvidia graphics chip? You get the ASUS’ UL80Vt. The ASUS’ UL80Vt is the newest member of the UL series of ASUS. The unit is priced at $849 14-inch thin-and-light notebook strong performance at a reasonable price.

The most important feature of the UL80Vt is its incorporated integrated graphics; it even has software that tells the computer when to switch it on so that the notebook can last more than a day away from an electric plug.

The UL80Vt is all black, with an attractive brushed metal lid. Inside, the tastefully-appointed deck and screen bezel are made of glossy black plastic, while the bottom is simply matte plastic. This uniformity of color and design gives the system a sleek yet understated look, but tends to pick up fingerprints.

Basically the UL80Vt is the best of both worlds with its price and features.

Is the Maingear Ephex the Ultimate Gaming PC?

Even if you are a hardcore gamer, spending more than $6,000 for a PC is something you really need to think about. However there are a lot of PC’s out there that even costs around $8,000, this are the three-way SLI PC’s. New technologies have allowed PC makers to make such high end gaming units.

Intel’s expensive solid-state hard drives proved too enticing for gaming PC vendors, and by supporting triple channel memory, Intel’s Core i7 chips invited loads of pricey high performance RAM.

So this is where the Maingear Ephex comes in, priced at $8,798, it is the most expensive desktops out there. If you really have your heart out for PC gaming the Maingear Ephex delivers an exceptional entertainment experience.

The Maingear Ephex comes with Intel X58 Motherboard chipset, 3.925GHz Intel Core i7-965 Extreme Edition (overclocked) CPU, 12GB 1,600MHz DDR3 SDRAM Memory, (3) 1GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 280 Graphics, 80GB Intel X-25M solid state hard drive; (2) 1TB 7,200 rpm Western Digital hard drives Hard drives, 20x dual-layer DVD burner with LightScribe; 4x dual-layer Blu-ray burner Optical drive, Gigabit Ethernet Networking, Windows Vista Ultimate SP1 64-bit Operating system.

Apple Computers - New IMac 21.5 Inch & 27 Inch Model

Despite the worst economic downturn in recent memories, the Cupertino-base Apple was able report the profitable quarter in the company’s history, with a net quarterly profit of $1.67 billion. Most from record sales on its iPhone and Mac computer line. Not heeding to its achievement, Apple announced this morning 2 new products: the Magic Mouse (mentioned previously) and an all new iMac line. Though the same in appearance as the previous model, the new iMac is whole new beast all together. Sporting either a 21.5-inch or a 27-inch display, both backlit by LED for perfect luminosity and energy saving. The 21.5-inch get you straight to HD performance at 1920 x 1080 pixels while the 27-inch model goes beyond HD with 2560 x 1440 pixels.

Aside from the display, its processing speed emulate machines that cost 2 to 3 times more. The 27-inch can top out at 3.46GHz and transform a quad-core Intel Core i7 CPU into a virtual eight-core processor. Making it simply the fastest all-in-one computing platform out there. Other options include:

* 4GB 1066 MHz DDR3 SDRAM expandable to 16GB
* GPU choices from NVIDIA GeForce 9400M, ATI Radeon HD 4670, ATI Radeon HD 4850
* 1TB Serial ATA hard drive running at 7200 rpm;
* 8x SuperDrive with double-layer support (DVD±R DL/DVD±RW/CD-RW);
* Mini DisplayPort for video output (adapters sold separately);
* AirPort Extreme 802.11n wireless networking and Bluetooth 2.1+EDR;
* iSight video camera;
* Gigabit Ethernet port;
* Four USB 2.0 ports;
* One FireWire 800 port;
* SD card slot;
* Built-in stereo speakers and microphone; and
* Wireless Apple Keyboard, Magic Mouse.

The new Apple iMac 21.5-inch and 27-inch is available now at Apple retail locations, its official online store, and authorized resellers. The Intel Core i5 and i7 quad-core versions are also available for order and will begin shipping next month.