Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's got the thinnest and lightest 10-inch tablet and notebook PC of them all. According to Toshiba, they now have both.
If your main issue with 3D tech is that it requires glasses, rather than with the fact that it's a gimmicky and unnecessary tech that causes headaches and has very little quality content, well Toshiba has the laptop for you.
Solar-powered laptops are nice and all for keeping your laptop charged up, but they need to be in contact with sunlight in order to work. What if you could charge your laptop simply by harnessing the power generated from typing on it all day?
We're quite the fan of Richard "Datamancer" Nagy and his intricate steampunk pieces of tech. Up until now, we've only been able to gawk from afar, but the Mancer of Data is starting to accept interest from we, the unwashed masses.
It can be tough to discern the difference between an innovation or a gimmick in the computer world. One handy test: is the feature continually useful? In the case of this detachable touchpad on Acer's upcoming Aspire Ethos, we're going to venture a guess that it will be.
Looking to make your laptop unattractive to thieves? You could always build one in a pizza box!
This is the Lenovo ThinkPad X1, the thinnest laptop out there outfitted with Intel's speedy Core i7 processor. It's not the cheapest ultraportable out there, but it may be the fastest.
There's no doubt in my mind bendable displays will be the norm in the not too distant future. Remember Fujitsu's chubby little foldable laptop concept? Niels van Hoof is thinking along the same lines with his "Feno" folding laptop concept.
Laptops are handy because they fold in half. But why stop in half? They'd be handier if you could fold them a few extra times, as with the Fujitsu Lifebook X2 concept.
Toshiba's latest 3D laptops are insane — both the Toshiba P770 and P775 pack dual webcams for 3D video chat. If the awkwardness of video chat hasn't already put you off, being forced to wear 3D glasses for 3D video calling will.