The year kicked off to a good start in the laptop sector with AMD finally delivering its promised Fusion chips -- five years in the making -- and Intel launching its Huron River platform powered by Sandy Bridge processors. Fusion is doing well at the entry level market with limited competition from the Atom, but things haven't been going so smoothly for Intel. The company discovered a design flaw in its 6 Series chipset, which resulted in product launch delays across the board for new Sandy Bridge-based notebooks.
Because of the mass CPU recalls and postponements, we decided to hold off an update to our laptop guide an entire quarter. Now that the issues have been resolved and laptop makers are starting to get their latest designs out in the market, we are once again ready to bring you a list of our favorite notebooks in six different categories: Thin and light, business or general purpose, desktop replacements, gaming, budget offerings, and netbooks.
Latest in Notebooks: First Half of 2011
Posted on Friday, Apr 01 2011 @ 01:40 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
TechSpot takes a look at the latest developments in the notebook market, you can check it out over here.