Buy Lenovo Ideapad V360 notebook from RM999 today!

If you’re at Berjaya Times Square right now, head to the entrance! If you’re not, then you’d want to get there to buy the Lenovo Ideapad V360 notebook from RM999. Not to mention, the sale at BTS is for today only. Plus, you’re going to have to queue for your chance to own this Wimax-ready … Read more

Lenovo Ideapad V360 Battery Life and Benchmark Results

Yesterday I lugged both my Macbook Pro and Lenovo Ideapad V360 to a business network meeting. I seriously thought it was insane and unnecessary to weigh myself down. However, the weight increased wasn’t back breaking. Thank goodness. Lenovo Ideapad V360 General Battery Life If you’re constantly browsing the web, the battery will last you a … Read more

Lenovo IdeaPad V360 Wimax-inside Laptop Photos and Quickie

If you follow me on Twitter, you’d know I’ve the unreleased Lenovo IdeaPad V360 laptop with Wimax-inside in my hands now. And no, I didn’t steal it. It’s a review unit from Intel-P1 (and Lenovo) for me to experience the Wimax-inside technology built into this laptop. So far, I’ve completed the Lenovo V360 road test … Read more

Lenovo V360 with Wimax-Inside Test Drive On The Road

It’s always exciting to have a product (no one has yet) to review. I still remember the day I got my iPhone 2G for review. It was awesome! Though the Lenovo V360 with Wimax-inside isn’t as small, I’m slowly but surely falling in love with it. Plus, it feels very light. Nearly made me want … Read more

Wimax-Inside 4G Laptop from RM99

Updated Information:┬áJuly 2. 2010 Right now, they’re asking consumers to fill in a registration form. And if your form is picked from the ballot box, then you qualify to buy the Wimax-inside laptops.┬áMore details on the promotion page. As I was saying yesterday, before I was distracted by Mike Campton’s goodie bag (LOL), there’s an … Read more

Will Netbooks Change The Internet Experience?

netbookNetbooks are like the next generation of consumer mobile computers or notebooks right now. What’s even more surprising is this comes not late after the super low-cost laptops for poverty stricken countries. But there’s nothing to complain, because more laptops means a more Internet connected community.

Sure, we’ll have more Internet addicts and black hat hackers on the prowl but at least netbooks are making technology advancements quicker. It’s become an instant hit even Wikipedia has an article about it already.

A netbook is a light-weight, low-cost, energy-efficient, highly portable laptop that achieves these parameters by offering fewer features, less processing power and reduced ability to run resource-intensive operating systems.

Source: Wikipedia

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