2Dell Inspiron 14
Dell imagines the Inspiron 14 moving from dorm room to classroom to study lounge, where its 14-inch high-definition screen and optional Blue-ray Disc drive will complement its Intel Centrino 2 processor, optional 512MB ATI Mobility Radeon 433HD Graphics Card and seven hours of battery life. Pricing starts at $499.
3Toshiba Satellite L515S
4Toshiba Satellite M505
The Toshiba Satellite laptops feature high-definition widescreen displays, illuminated LED-backlit keyboards and, among other features, an Eco Utility button, which leads users to power consumption information. Accumulated power savings can be viewed by day, week or month. Pictured here is the Satellite M505.
5Gateway LT3100 netbook
6Gateway DX and SX Series desktops
Gateway introduced several new desktop towers, including the DX Series, pictured here, which comes in two models. The DX4300-03 runs an AMD Phenom X4 9750 processor and is priced at $749.99, and the DX4820-02, with an Intel Core 2 Quad Q8400 processor, is priced at $899.99. Dell calls both “multimedia and entertainment powerhouses.”
7Gateway NV50 Series
8Gateway NV50 Laptop Line
The HP Mini 5101 is a 2.6-pound companion PC with a starting price of $449. It offers Qualcomm’s Gobi technology for high-speed connectivity, along with integrated Wi-Fi, WLAN, optional Bluetooth and an Intel Atom processor. An accelerometer, spill-proof keyboard and DuraKeys keyboard coating are geared toward student users.
10HP ProBook 4310s
11HP Essential USB 2.0 Port Replicator
For streamlining a tech life, HP has introduced the Essential USB 2.0 Port Replicator, which includes three USB ports, two Always On USB 2.0 ports for charging devices, a 10/100 LAN port, a USB cable port for passing audio, USB and LAN connectivity to other devices, an AC power input and a Kensington lock slot. It can be used vertically or horizontally and sells for $79.