Business Laptops Notebooks and Netbooks
- June 07, 2011
IT pros are planning on significant tablet growth as part of their IT strategy, according to our reader survey. But will tablets ever replace laptops and desktops?
- July 21, 2009
Netbook use is growing among corporate workers, but what does their future look like in the enterprise?
- July 01, 2008
HP, in response to Apple's release of the MacBook Air, has offered users it's own lightweight version, the Voodoo Envy 133.
- June 20, 2008
HP continued its leading streak into Q1 of 2008, closely followed by Dell.
- June 09, 2008
The National Basketball Association gave SearchMobileComputing.com a pre-game tour of the NBA Finals and explained how Lenovo laptops are critical to scoring and recording the events of each game.
- June 05, 2008
Users chime in with their honest opinions about and experiences with the Lenovo ThinkPad T61.
- May 20, 2008
In a recent move, Toshiba completely revamped their entire line of Satellite laptops.
- May 01, 2008
Asus recently announced that they will release their new Eee PC 900 in the U.S. on May 12, 2008.
- May 01, 2008
Following a large fire at the LG Chem factory in South Korea, the limited availability of laptop batteries will likely increase the price.
- April 30, 2008
As laptops continue to become the device of choice for enterprise mobile workers as well as the consumer, Toshiba's Todd Smith, Director of Product Marketing responds to some readers' questions.
- April 14, 2008
As many other companies begin creating their own compact laptop devices, Dell has also joined the game.
- March 18, 2008
As more industries look to improve their environmental impact, laptop and tablet PC manufacturers can use EPEAT to determine how to produce a greener device and workers can use EPEAT to ensure they are purchasing a green device.
- March 17, 2008
Updating the semi-rugged Dell laptop line, the company recently released their new and completely rugged Latitude XFR D630.
- January 30, 2008
As bidding heats up for the valuable C block of the 700 MHz spectrum, the winner could decide what kinds of mobile devices proliferate and how they connect.
- June 13, 2007
A rugged notebook is usually big and bulky, but General Dynamics Itronix is out to prove that size doesn't matter.