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Top Songs Of 2012

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Most Visited Websites 2011-2012

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History of Facebook

Mark Zuckerberg wrote Facemash, the predecessor to Facebook, on October 28, 2003, while attending Harvard as a sophomore. According to The Harvard Crimson, the site was comparable to Hot or Not, and "used photos compiled from the online facebooks of nine houses.

Airtel 3G 70% less in Kerala Plans

First time users please follow the steps as given below to go 3G in Kerala:- » Select network settings to "automatic" on your handset » Choose "3G only mode" and wait for network registration. » After registration and seeing 3G network on your handset, Select "Dual Mode" or "3G and 2G mode" to enjoy 3G .

Aakash Tablet is Available For Booking

You can Order your Aakash Tablet now. The long wait for Aakash Tablet is now over. Now you can book your Aakash Tablet online which will be delivered within a week from the day of booking. Aakash was the most awaited Indian Tablet, which took many people’s attention all over the world.

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My laptop will not turn on-What to do


Power down the machine completely, unplug it from the wall and remove the laptop battery.

Wait 30 seconds

Re-install the battery, plug it into the wall and start it up.

It sounds like you are having a power supply issue. Sometimes the trick above 'wakes it back up' so to speak.

Otherwise I would get some service done to that machine, you may need a new battery, sometimes a bad battery will cause this issue. Try plugging it in without the battery attached and see if it starts that way.

Try it with only the battery fully installed but do not plug it into the wall.

New Custom Built VAIO S Launches on Sony Style



VAIO S Just when you thought the CES fun was coming to an end…The VAIO S isn’t a new laptop per se but the announcement of a custom built option is certainly welcomed. This little mobile machine originally launched in Spring of last year and is a lightweight option for a road warrior or a business traveler. All VAIO S models (be it pre-built or custom built) have 13.3 inch displays. The computer is about 1” thick and weighs just over 4 pounds. So again. Pretty light.
In terms of custom options, you can get up to a Ci5-580M processor, up to 256GB SSD*  and include up to 8GB RAM. One of the popular features on select VAIO PCs is the backlit keyboard which is available on the S. There’s also options for a Blu-ray® disc writeable drive, Windows 7 Professional and NVIDIA® GeForce® graphics card with 512MB of VRAM.

If you select an Intel graphic option, then that makes your system WiDi compatible meaning you can wirelessly stream your PC content to an HDTV**.The S comes with a magnesium casing and G-Sensor™ Shock Protection technology which helps protect your laptop against the daily bumps we tend to put our computers through (now if only it had technology against little chocolate covered fingers, we’d all be in heaven).


Plus to keep things fun, the Sony Style team is offering a free upgrade to Ci5 processor with custom built models that add Windows Professional.
Now if you’re looking for a pre-built version, models purchased at SonyStyle.com all S series models come with an extended battery.

The VAIO S comes in Black and Silver though Sony Style just added the VAIO S laptop to its Signature line. Signature models launched in (2) limited edition colors of wavy black and wavy white. Signature models also come with 512MB dedicated NVIDIA GeForce 310 graphics.
Custom VAIO S models start from $874.99.

Sony and Yahoo! Connected TV Make Good Sports Better




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I do enjoy watching sports in the summer. Truth be told, I like watching sports year around. Individuals or teams, with a ball or puck or board or club or bat or ski or engine – whatever, I’m likely watching, with my family bugging me to stop hogging the TV. Working so closely with Sony Electronics’ Home Division, I’m all like, “But dudes, it’s my job.” Ha, and they fall for it!
Uh … that’s our secret, right?
At CES in January, Sony made mention of yet another first, the exclusive availability of Yahoo! Broadcast Interactivity on 2012 Sony BRAVIA® HDTVs. Having an opportunity to play around with it, and seeing more and more applications coming online, I thought it’s a feature worth revisiting.
Yahoo! Broadcast Interactivity is an innnovative part of the Yahoo! Connected TV platform, and is available from the BRAVIA home screen. Yahoo! Broadcast Interactivity utilizes auto-content recognition to detect what is being watched, and delivers TV viewers one-click access to TV apps with Internet content related to the programming being watched. Interactive content includes show trivia, fan voting for favorites, shopping for items seen on the TV program, interactive playing along with game shows, and even the viewing of related videos and photos.
Currently, viewers can find exclusive apps for Wheel of Fortune® and National Geographic. However, for this guy, the most sizzling apps of summer are – surprise! – the ones targeting sports fans.
Later this week, viewers watching summer games in London with Yahoo! Connected TV on Sony’s connected HDTVs can access the Yahoo! Sports Beyond Gold TV app to get the latest coverage, including news, scores, medal counts, schedules, photos, and videos, all with just a simple click of the remote, and right to the TV screen.
Fans of baseball’s “boys of summer” get an unrivaled experience as the Yahoo! Sports TV App brings broadcast interactivity to your favorite live and recorded games, delivering real-time situational stats, scoring plays, pre-game notes and more.

Finally, starting Saturday night with the Showtime® app, viewers of Showtime Sports® events, such as Showtime Championship Boxing® and Strikeforce MMA, can interact with enhanced synchronized content like fighter profiles, polls, trivia and more, all through the app on the on the TV screen.

Yahoo! Broadcast Interactivity brings exclusive content and interaction into your homes through Sony’s connected 2012 BRAVIA HDTVs. Check out the apps today and make a splash with your summer games viewing parties!

My Connect Studio launches on Sony VAIO®: come party with Sony and LL Cool J

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Yo NYC! Mark your calendars: We’re throwing a party at our Flagship Store with GRAMMY® Award-winning artist LL COOL J and spin icon Grandmaster Flash.
The event – going down at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, June 20, at 550 Madison — celebrates the partnership between Sony and LL COOL J and the launch of his web-based software, My Connect Studio.
My Connect Studio allows artists and musicians to record, edit and produce new music together simultaneously in real-time from anywhere in the world.
We’re offering you guys a special bundle – the Future Sounds Bundle – which combines this software with a VAIO® E 14” laptop with Dolby® surround sound and a pair of Sony DJ-style headphones. Get the details on our website.
If you come out, you’ll receive a raffle ticket for a chance to win one of these bundles along with a pair of sweet shades, and a chance to experience this new technology via a demo from LL Cool J himself!
You’ll also be the first to learn about a contest to win the opportunity to record with LL Cool J and his producer in L.A.
The party’s free and everyone’s invited, but come early – it’s gonna be poppin’. Doors open at 4 p.m., with performances beginning around 5 p.m.
Check out the Facebook invite for full details.

Lenovo ThinkPad Z60m

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ThinkPad Z60m is the second model in the Lenovo ThinkPad Z series which, as of May 2006, consists of the Z60t and Z60m. These models are the first ThinkPads to feature a Widescreen (16:10) aspect ratio. All Z60m devices have integrated WiFi connectivity, a Shock Mounted hard disk drive, a Magnesium Alloy frame, and numerous other ThinkVantage Technologies. Some Z60m devices feature integrated fingerprint reader, bluetooth connectivity, and WWAN connectivity.

ACi launches low-cost laptop at Rs 4,999

K's longest standing computer specialist brand ACi today unveiled India's first ever fully-functional high-resolution screen laptop at Rs 4,999 in the Indian market.
The laptops will be marketed in India by a BSE-listed group company, Allied Computers International (Asia) Ltd.
ACi launches low-cost laptop at Rs 4,999
"We have launched India's super low cost laptop at Rs 4,999. It will be real fully functional, Windows compatible laptop, at the lowest price tag in the country," ACi's India marketeer Allied Computers International's (Asia) Mananging Director Hirji Patel told PTI here.
The company hopes to sell 200,000 low cost laptops in the first year across the country, Patel said.
ACi India offers laptops and PCs in the Indian market with innovative design. Talking about the viability of the project, Patel said, the company will import the product from China and offer products to Indian consumers at a very thin profit margin.
"We will never compromise on quality with price. The range we will be offering are carefully designed and developed just like majority of our models launched both in UK and India," Patel said.
He pointed out that although, India today enjoys a volume sales of around 2.5 million laptops per annum, it is still barely 10 percent of what Western countries like UK and other leading European countries are churning out.
Introducing such low-cost computing devices becomes more significant in the wake of various state governments like Tamil Nadu, UP and others announcing to provide laptops for students. The company is looking at offering low cost laptops to these state governments, Patel added

Dell Launches Two XPS Laptops, One with Ultrabook Capabilities

Dell Launches Two XPS Laptops, One with Ultrabook CapabilitiesDell has unveiled two new additions to its XPS laptop lineup including a 14-inch clamshell that can be configured as an Ultrabook and a more high-powered 15.6-inch device. The new laptops feature thin aluminum casings, edge-to-edge displays with hardened Corning Glass, backlit chiclet keyboards and multigesture touchpads. Both of the new laptops are available now and the specs are pretty close to what leaked to a Chinese tech site earlier in June.

Dell Launches Two XPS Laptops, One with Ultrabook CapabilitiesShared specs between the XPS 14 and 15 include USB 3.0 ports, a mini DisplayPort, HDMI Out, a 3-in-1 media card reader, and a 1.3 megapixel Webcam. Both devices also come with an Ethernet jack, but Dell says the devices were too thin to offer a full Ethernet option. To get around this problem the company included a hinged Ethernet port that expands to fit a cable when you open it.
The XPS 14 standard configuration includes a 14-inch WLED display with 1600-by-900 resolution, dual-core 2.6 GHz Ivy Bridge Core i5-3317U, Intel HD Graphics 4000, 4GB DDR3 RAM, 802.11 a/g/n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity. For storage options you can choose a 500GB hard drive, a 500GB hard drive with 32GB mSATA SSD, or a 512GB SSD. If you choose one of the SSD options, the XPS 14 qualifies as an Ultrabook, according to Dell’s chief blogger, Lionel Menchaca. Dell claims battery life for the XPS 14 is between 8 and 11 hours, depending on the configuration.
Dell Launches Two XPS Laptops, One with Ultrabook CapabilitiesTo keep the XPS 14 thin Dell decided not to include an optical drive; the laptop measures 0.81 inches thick. Despite the XPS 14's thin size you will still feel it when you throw this thing in a backpack as the weight for the base configuration is 4.6 pounds.
The XPS 15 features a 15.6-inch WLED display with 1920-by-1080 full HD resolution, a dual core 3.1 GHz Ivy Bridge Core i5-3210M or you can upgrade to a quad-core 3.1 GHz Ivy Bridge Core i7-3612QM. Standard features include a Nvidia GeForce GT 630M graphics card with 1GB GDDR5, a 500GB hard drive with 32GB mSATA SSD, 802.11 a/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, and a slot load DVD-RW (Blu-ray drive upgrade option available). The XPS 15 base configuration weighs 5.79 pounds and measures 0.91 inches thick.
The XPS 14 will have a price tag starting at $1,100 and XPS 15 pricing starts at $1,300.

Apple's new MacBook Pro launched at Rs 1.5 lakh onwards



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San Francisco: Ending all speculations, Apple Inc Monday announced it was upgrading its notebooks and launched the ultra thin, next generation MacBook Pro at its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC 2012) in San Francisco on Monday.

Declared by Apple as the “most beautiful computer” that the company’s ever made, the notebook is being priced at USD 2199 and was introduced by Apple’s senior vice president Phil Schiller.

According to reports, the next generation MacBook Pro comes with Retina Display, weighs 4.46 pounds, is 0.71 inches thick and will have a 7 hours of battery life.

Apple calls it the world's highest-resolution notebook display, with a whopping 2,880 x 1,800 display.

The next generation MacBook will ship with OS X Mountain Lion, an HDMI port, Thunderbolt and Intel Quad-core i7 processor.



Reports further assert that the Macbook Pro is getting a spec bump, with the same USB ports as the Air, better graphics and Ivy Bridge chips. The prices will stay the same for both the 13-inch and 15-inch models.

Shipping starts Monday for the all the notebooks including the updated one, Apple was reported as saying.

Acer Reveals Aspire 5600U And Aspire 7600U All-In-One PCs With Windows 8

Who would've known that Computex would be the official coming-out party for what's likely the final build of Windows 8? It sure looks that way, with Acer introducing new Windows 8 all-in-one PCs today. The new U Series is being announced alongside new Aspire S7 Ultrabooks by Acer, with the Aspire 7600U (27-inch) and the Aspire 5600U (23-inch) slated to ship with Win8.

The Aspire 7600U supports up to 64-point simultaneous touch from all angles, enabling use by multiple users at once. Can't really imagine why you'd want multi-user Metro interactions, but then again, we haven't had a chance to see what it's truly capable of. It features 0 to 90 degree viewing and swivels at four sides when laid flat for enjoyment by more than one user. There's a 1080p display, an ultra-slim design and Dolby audio.

The 5600U is said to be the thinnest AIO available, but otherwise, will likely sport most of the same specifications. Speaking of which, Acer's being quiet on what kind of hardware will fill the rigs, and there's no price or release date set yet, either. This fall, you can bet we'll hear more.


Acer Announces Windows® 8 All-In-One U Series

Ultra-thin with Full HD visuals, Dolby® surround sound, and
ergonomic touch from all angles for single or multiple users

TAIPEI, TAIWAN (June 4, 2012) – Acer today announces two new Windows® 8 all-in-one (AIO) PCs at Computex Taipei: the Aspire 7600U (27-inch) and the Aspire 5600U (23-inch).

The striking Aspire 7600U supports up to 64-point simultaneous touch from all angles, enabling use by multiple users at once. It features 0 to 90 degree viewing and swivels at four sides when laid flat for enjoyment by more than one user. At just 35 mm thin, the 7600U is ultra-slim. It delivers Full HD visuals and Dolby® Home Theater® surround sound. This AIO is made for modern day explorers who want a cutting-edge multimedia experience.

The elegant Aspire 5600U is the thinnest AIO available and makes a stylish addition to any room in the house, whether on a desk or wall mounted. It features an ergonomic touch design and can tilt from 30 to 85 degrees for enhanced single-user comfort. It's designed for use as an everyday family-hub that presents Full HD visuals and Dolby® Home Theater® Surround Sound along with powerful graphics and quick responsiveness.

Nokia Booklet 3G Review





Nokia left the computer business in 1991 when it sold its computer arm to ICL, which then later became Fujitsu. Since then Nokia hasn't so much as picked up a hex-head driver, until now.
Nokia's re-entry into computer manufacturing is the Booklet 3G, which the INQ managed to get its hands on at the Nokia World show to put together some initial impressions.

The designers of the Booklet 3G told us that the whole design process started with the battery, and everything else came after that.
Nokia was asked by its customers if, with its long history of producing phones with long battery lives, it could produce a portable computer that also has a long battery life. Its answer is the Nokia Booklet 3G.
The Booklet 3G battery design stems from a Nokia 1000 mAh mobile phone battery. Building around this as a power source, the firm created a slim-line 16-cell removable battery that has been benchmarked at 12 hours usage. However we were told by one of Nokia's design team that it's more realistic to see around 8 to 9.5 hours of actual battery life over an average working day.
The chassis of the Booklet 3G is manufactured from one single piece of aircraft-grade aluminium, with no breaks or joins whatsoever. The chassis is part of the heat dispersal design of Nokia's netbook, as the device has no cooling fans. Nokia has abandoned the traditional way of cooling a portable computer with fans. Instead it uses passive heat sinks, relying heavily on the chassis as the largest one.



With all the netbooks we've ever seen and used, the fan always kicks in at some point during the benchmarking process, as the CPU's heat needs to go somewhere. When we get our review unit in for proper testing, it will be interesting to see how the Booklet will handle processor intensive tasks, such as video encoding or even HD flash playback.
The Booklet's screen doesn't display an image that's as sharp and distinct as we're used to. The 10.1-inch glass display is reminiscent of the first Asus Eee PC netbooks that came out way back in 2007. Those were a little blurry as a result of the cheapness of the build and the material used in TFT LCD technology, and the Nokia Booklet 3G harks back to those days, whereas other netbook makers have moved away from those screens.
On a more positive note, the screen is capable of displaying a resolution of 1280x720 pixels. This isn't the normal resolution seen in 10-inch screens, as 1024x600 is more commonly found in netbook displays of this size.



The Nokia Booklet has a very slim design, one of the thinnest that we've seen in a first generation model. Its overall thickness is just 19.9mm, which is only five millimetres more than the thickness of the Macbook Air. At the same time the Booklet has a much smaller overall footprint at 264mm wide and 185mm deep, compared to the massive 325mm width and 227mm depth of Apple's flagship ultra-portable computer.
Nokia's Booklet 3G does have a neat, substantial appearance to its overall build that gives the impression of a very well designed and over-engineered device.
On the right-hand side of the device is a flap, which upon opening exposes its SIM slot and the SD card reader. The latter doesn't support the higher capacity SDHC cards, but that's neither here nor there as we're more interested in the SIM functionality rather than whether it has removable storage with more than 4GB capacity.
The SIM card is very easily accessible and not buried away under the battery or anywhere else that's obscure, as is too often seen in other netbooks. The SIM card is also hot-swappable without powering down or rebooting the system. This could aid peace of mind for those who might be worried that the Booklet isn't using WiFi and instead could be running up large data bills on their mobile contract, although all connections are easily managed by the OS software.
The built-in 3G/HSPA modem can only be used for data calls, over WCDMA 900/2100 or 800-850/900/2100 GSM. No details are being made public by Nokia as to what chipset it has used for this modem, despite the INQ's repeated questioning of various members of Nokia's hierarchy. As the Finnish company does have good ties with Texas Instruments and its OMAP chipsets, it's a fair assumption that one of those has been used here, and Nokia didn't discourage the notion.
The netbook has the Intel Poulsbo US15W mobile chipset with HD PowerVR SGX graphics, all of which is driven by an Intel Z530 1.6GHz processor. It's not one that's usually seen in netbooks, more in Media Internet Devices (MID), although it was also Dell's choice for its Mini 10 netbook. It seemed powerful enough to handle everything we threw at the Booklet.
We never got around to asking about the keyboard at Nokia's event, which we regret as it's a rather unusual design and one we thought must have a story behind it. The keys are somewhat spaced out and separated from each other, with some distance in between them all.



In action, we actually found the keyboard rather easy to use and we're reluctant to say, difficult to part with, as we found it quite well suited to our two-finger method of typing down to the ground.
There are some other well thought out niceties included with the Booklet 3G, such as Nokia's Ovi suite, access to Nokia's Music for the PC, a 120GB Toshiba hard drive, HDMI and audio jack.
The audio jack can be used with a standard Nokia wire hands-free kit. The kit often found in a phone's retail box, which has the mic, earpiece and an all-in-one 3.5mm jack like the Booklet's audio jack, fits perfectly. Thanks to the chipset used in the netbook, HDMI out and even 1080p should be possible, although the Booklet doesn't have a VGA port.
As it runs Windows 7, don't expect the Nokia Booklet 3G to be on the shelves until sometime near the end of October.
In Short
As a first attempt at a netbook by a phone manufacturer, Nokia's Booklet 3G is a very impressive effort. The engineering and design work, and the thought that have obviously gone into the Booklet 3G do shine through.
We have our reservations about the heat output as this netbook is fanless, but we're open to being convinced that it's a good design after we fully test it. We also have a minor reservation about the battery, but once again until we thoroughly put it through its paces we'll reserve our final judgment.

Specification

  Intel Atom processor
  HD Ready 10.1-inch display
  Integrated 3G HSPA wireless with hot-swappable SIM card slot
  Windows 7 OS
  Integrated A-GPS with a copy of Ovi Maps
  HDMI output
  SD Card Reader
  3 USB 2.0 connectors
  Front Facing Webcam
  12 hour battery life claimed
  Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity
  2cm (.78 inch) thickness
  Lightweight 2.7lb aluminum body

World's Best Laptop Brands for 2012


1. Apple


This tech-giant rule in this category it’s Macbook which comes with innovative features, sleek design, fast processing and is highly portable by being lightweight. Macbook Air has been the inspiration for other laptop makers and Intel who came up with the patented concept of Ultrabook-the evolved sleek, lightweight, speedy from of laptops.




3. Alienware:


This solid built, feel good gaming laptops comes with customizable features and are considered to be one of the most expensive laptops. Alienware M15x is one of the best choices for desktop replacement. This laptop brand comes under the hood of Dell and the company has recently launched Alienware M14x and M11x laptops which are equipped with 3D gaming functionalities.


 


2. Lenovo


This China based manufactures has taken the laptop market with surprise by holding the second position with its state-of-art devices which comes in a affordable price bracket and gives perfect value for money. Lenovo laptops are the perfect blend of effectiveness, performance, uniqueness, durability and looks. Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon is one of the lightest ultrabook which will reach the market by this June.



5. Sony Vaio:


Sony Vaio is one of the most reputed laptop brands in the country. The Vaio series of laptops from the company are well known for its stylish design, tuff body and high performance. The laptops comes with a full round of Sony software and programs giving enhanced features to the device. Vaio laptops are also the best choice for music and video production.


 


4. Asus:


Asus is famous for its innovative designs in its devices. The major models from this company are Eee Series of netbooks, Lamborghini gaming laptops and G-series gaming laptops. Asus U36S, the most ultraportable laptop and the lightest Asus Zenbook UX21E-DH52 are the models worth admiring.

Acer, Toshiba, Asustek to Reveal Windows 8 Tablets



 Innovation is the word in today's gadget driven world. We are slowly moving away from desktops to laptops and to tablets. Tablets are the latest fad to hit the market. Computer companies like Acer, Toshiba do not want to lose the tablet race to iPad. They have now joined hands with Microsoft and are going to unveil tablets with Windows 8 operating systems at the 32nd Computex trade show in Taipei.


At the trade show Acer is all set to launch a standard tablet with Windows 8 as the operating System. Acer has decided to stick with Microsoft's old faithful Intel for its chip unlike Asustek, who according to sources will use tablets based on an Nvidia ARM- based chip called Tegra along with another one powered by an Intel chip. Asustek plans to launch Windows 8 on a tablet with a detachable keyboard, like its Transformer model. Along with a tablet Toshiba is all set to unveil a notebook as well. Toshiba had decided to use Texas Instruments for its processors.


According to the Evercore Group LLC, the tablet market will only keep growing from here, while the good old desktop and laptop may soon start disappearing from the market. So Acer, Toshiba and Asustek have chosen wisely to gear up in the world of tablets. The tablet market has been predicted to grow at 70% per year till 2015.


The world of gadgets never sleeps. Though Windows was caught napping for some time they have woken up and jumped into the tablet race along with Acer, Toshiba and Asustek and many other manufactures.

Acer Launches two New Window 8 Tablets

Before the Computex event begins at Taipei in Taiwan, Acer has unveiled two new Window 8 tablets- the Iconia W510 and the Iconia W700. Company has also announced one good looking Window 8 ultrabook, and it seems like Window 8 is going to rule this upcoming event.


Iconia W700 is an 11.6-inch tablet which comes with a full HD 1920×1080 pixels resolution touch support display, and has a special cradle which lets you position the device at 70 degrees for landscape viewing and 20 degrees for touch use. The tablet also sports Dolby home theater, three USB 3.0 ports and the company promises that the device gives 8 hours of battery life.


The other tablet, Iconia W510 comes in a convertible form factor, it can be used with standard tablet style, turns into a laptop when docked with a detachable keyboard and runs in a presentation mode if you rotate it 295 degrees with the dock. It sports a 10.1-inch screen with a full HD 10.1-inch IPS display with a resolution of 1920×1280 pixels. The device features SIM card slot, USB 2.0 port, MicroSD slot, MicroUSB, HDMI ports and gives 18 hours of battery life when used with keyboard.


Company didn’t reveal any details about the processors on which these two tablets will be running and there are no details about how much they will cost.

Acer Unviles Touchscreen Windows 8 Ultrabooks



Bangalore: At the computer expo, Computex in 2011, Intel promised all the gadget buffs that they would start work on ultrabook concept. With all the ultrabooks there in the market and the latest announcement by Acer about its S7 series of Windows 8 Ultrabooks confirms the statement that 2012 is the year of ultrabooks.  Intel’s $300 million funding that will be spent over the next four years in research areas related to ultrabooks seems to be a productive one.


Acer has announced the release of S7 series of Windows 8 Ultrabooks with 11.6-Inch and 13.3-Inch touch screens. A day before the official start of Computex-2012, Taipei, and the company has also unveiled two new Windows 8 tablets.


Inspired from the slim Macbook Air, the ultrabook has a sleek aluminum metallic unibody design. The sleek and minimal looks make the ultrabooks attractive and classy. Both the ultrabooks claim to have a long battery life. The 13.3-inch model boasts of battery life of 12 hours and the 11.6-inch model can last for up to 9 hours.


With the implementation of the technology of Twin Air Cooling System, Acer has tried to address the problem of overheating. The Series has an interesting feature of light-sensing keyboard, which automatically detects changes in lighting conditions and adjusts the keyboard backlight brightness.


Both the ultrabooks can be opened up to 180 degrees which makes using the touch screen feature easier. But surprisingly it misses out on the 360 degree fold up like the Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga.


Apart from these details Acer has neither released the price of the ultrabook nor the processor.  The ultrabooks will be out in the market when Windows 8 is released, so we can expect them to hit the stores towards the end of the year.

Superb Laptops Under 35,000


1. HP Pavilion G6-1117TX : (Price: 33,324)


The HP Pavilion G6-1117TX is designed to go together with your passionate life style. It is encased with durable plastic, glossy finished interior and matt style keyboard which gives a beautiful look for this all purpose laptop. The touchpad comes with multi-touch support which provides hassle free navigation using gestures like tow-finger scrolling, pinch to zoom and two finger rotations.


This laptop comes with Intel second generation Core i3 processor built on Intel HM65 Express chipset with 2.1 GHz processor speed, 1GB AMD Radeon HD 6470M graphic processor and 3 GB DDR3 RAM. The device has 500 GB of storage space, sports 15.6 inch display, a webcam, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, HDMI port and all other necessary connectivity ports.


2. Dell Inspiron 14R: (Price: 32,300)


The Dell Inspiron 14R is a stylish, colorful laptop packed with performance. It has an easy to use keyboard and touch pad. It comes with a 14 inch glossy LED-backlit screen with a 1366x768 resolution. The laptop is powered with 2.27 GHz Intel Core i5-430M processor, ATI Radeon HD 5470 graphics card and 4GB of DDR3 RAM. It comes with a 500 GB storage capacity, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and with a couple of USB ports.




3. HP Pavilion G6-1200TU : (Price: 32,450)


The HP Pavilion G6-1200TU has the same specification as the HP Pavilion G6-1117TX, but the G6-1200TU comes with a speeder processor. This G6-1200TU laptop has Intel second generation Core i3 processor built on Intel HM65 Express chipset with 2.2 GHz processor speed, 1GB AMD Radeon HD 6470M graphic processor and 2 GB DDR3 RAM. The device has 500 GB of storage space, sports 15.6 inch display, a webcam, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, HDMI port and all other necessary connectivity ports.


4. Samsung RV518-S011N: (Price: 31,990)


This laptop has a good video and audio quality output and the inbuilt graphics card supports very well for playing games. It is powered by the Intel 2nd Generation Core i3 processor, 1GB Nvidia GeForce GT 520M graphics card and 3 GB of DDR3 RAM. The device sports 15.6 Inch LED HD display, 500 GB HDD, webcam, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and couple of connectivity ports.




5. Sony VAIO VPCEB42EG: (Price: 33,284)


The VAIO series laptops are very well known for its display quality, this laptop is stylish and is loaded with latest features. It is powered by Intel Core i3-380M, 2.53 GHz CPU, On-board graphics, 2 GB Memory and has 320 GB storage drive. The laptop sports 15.6 inch wide display which is suitable for web browsing and gaming.


 



6. Toshiba Satellite C640-X4012: (Price: 29,000)


Toshiba Satellite C640 is a reasonably priced laptop that is engineered to meet all your professional as well as entertainment demands. It is powered with 2.3 GHz Intel second generation core i5 2430M processor, Intel HD graphics processor, 4 GB DDR3 RAM can be extended to 8GB. It sports 14 inch HD clear LED backlit TFT display with 1366x768 pixels resolution and web camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, couple of USB 2.0 ports and also has all necessary connectivity options.
 




7. HP Notebook HP 430: (Price: 28,722)


The HP 430 is a business versatile laptop which fulfills all requirements for business and entertainment. It is powered by 2.1 GHz Intel’s second generation Pentium Dual Core i3-370M processor, Intel HD graphics, 2 GB DDR3 RAM and supports 500 GB of hard disk. The laptop comes with 14 inch High-Definition LED display with 1366x768 pixels of resolution, 0.3 MP webcam, digital microphone and for connectivity it has Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, three USB ports, HDMI port and VGA port.


8. Samsung NP300-E5Z-S01IN: (Price: 22,300)


The NP300E4Z-A03IN is stylish and powerful laptop powered by 2 GHz Intel Pentium B940 Processor, integrated with Intel HD Graphics Card and 2GB DDR3 RAM. It supports 320 GB of hard disk, Super Multi Dual Layer optical drive and comes with 14 inch LED HD Anti-Reflective Display Screen with 1366x768 pixels of resolution. For connectivity it has three USB, HDMI, VGA, Ethernet and Bluetooth 3.0.






9. Lenovo Ideapad Z570: (Price: 34,827)


The Lenovo Ideapad Z570 has a good build quality with a metallic finish. It features full keyboard and a separate number pad. It comes with 15.6 inch LED backlit widescreen display and is powered by 2.30 GHz  Intel second generation Core i5 2410M processor, 3GB DDR3 RAM and can be expanded to 8GB and loaded with Windows 7 operating system. It features 2 MP web camera, multi-touch touchpad and a full collection of connectivity ports.


10. Dell Vostro 1550: (Price: 27,446)


The Dell Vostro 1550 is a budget laptop with high-performing 2.4 GHz Intel second generation Core i5 2430 processor, 2GB DDR3 RAM and can be expanded to 8GB and 320 GB SATA hard disc. It features 15.6 inch screen with 1366x768 Pixel resolution with HD WLED Anti Glare Screen type and for connectivity it has Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and many other essential ports.

5 Best Laptops with Intel Core i7 Processor


1. Dell XPS 15:



Price: 47,000


This feature rich laptop from Dell is the best if you are looking for an i7 processor branded laptop which is friendly with your budget. Dell XPS 15 is powered by Intel Core i7 840QM, NVIDIA GeForce GT420M 1024 MB for graphics and run on Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit operating system. It sports a 15.6 inch screen with  1366×768 pixels resolution and has a 4GB DDR3 RAM. The laptop gives a great sound quality with its speakers and integrated subwoofer. The laptop also has spacious keyboard and responsive touchpad.

2. Lenovo IdeaPad Z570


Price: 43,000


Lenovo has only a bunch of laptop with Core i7 processor and this one is the best one among them. The laptop has a sleek design and sports a 15.6 inches TFT active matrix LED backlight display and 4 GB DDR3 RAM. It is powered by Intel i7-2630QM processor, Intel HD Graphics 3000 Dynamic Video Memory Technology for graphics and runs on Windows 7 Home Premium OS. The stylish design, reasonable price and the dedicated graphics giving heightened videos viewing and gaming pleasure are the best stuffs in this device.

3. Acer Aspire 8942G- 526G64Bi:


Price: 1,50,000


This laptop is bit pricy when compared to other Core i7 laptop in the market. Out of the many Acre Core i7 laptops this is the best one
that has some features which enhances and utilized the high-performing Core i7 chipset. The device is powered by Intel i7-2630QM processor, ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5850 graphic card and runs on Genuine Windows 7 Professional. The device sports an 18.4 inch Active Matrix TFT color LCD display, 6 GB memory and Blu-Ray optical reader. The best feature of this laptop is its great screen clarity and the availability of almost all the connectivity options.

4. Sony VAIO VPC-F115FM/B:


Price: 49,500


Sony is one such company that designs their products in the best possible way. The VAIO series of laptops comes with the best design and when it is coupled with Core i7 processor the device becomes the ultimate thing to own. This laptop is engineered with Intel Core i7 i7-720QM, NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M for graphics and runs on Windows 7 Home Premium. It sports a 16.4 in TFT active matrix display with a screen resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, 6.0 GB DDR3 RAM and a Blu-Ray optical reader.

5. HP Pavilion dv6-6121TX:


Price: 63,000


This simple looking laptop has a sober and classy design and is a hub of good features.
The device is powered by Intel Core i7-2630QM, MD Radeon HD 6770M graphic card and works on Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium. It features a 15.6 inch High-Definition LED HP BrightView Display with a screen resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels, 4 GB DDR3 RAM and Beats audio technology.
 

 

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