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Dell Inspiron M5010 hard drive replacement – not for the regular user.
Lately, we had a pink Dell Inspiron M5010 which was brought for a hard drive replacement. This notebook has a bit strange design. Its hard drive can not be reached by just taking of a few screws and a plastic cover. It is hidden inside the machine, and the only way to replace it is by taking it apart.
HP Compaq 6735s notebook dirty fan and heat sink clean up – photos.
This Compaq 6735s notebook was brought to us for service. The machine has not been cleaned up (internally) from the time it was purchased. Also, the owner was using a dual-fan cooling pad, which from one side has the ability to lower temperatures, but from another – drives more dust and dirt inside the notebook cooling system.
Asus uploaded official photos of Transformer Prime vs Zenbook UX21.
Both devices look incredible next to each other and their appearance too. The Prime is a bit thicker, but let’s not forget that it’s a two-in-one device and is not called an Ultrabook. It will be interesting to see how the rumored upcoming Ultrabook of Asus (with its swivel-screen) will look next to the Zenbook. But for now we will have to wait till next year, hopefully at CES in Las Vegas.
The Gigabyte’s booth at the Summit Tech Show (Brisbane, Australia) and the Gigabyte/ Datascrip launch event of some Gigabyte devices in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Yesterday, Gigabyte uploaded six photos of its booth at the Summit Tech Show, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Center (BCEC), Australia.
As we can see, Gigabyte showcased its 3-in-1 Gigabyte Booktop T1125 (a notebook, a tablet and a desktop PC in one), its latest notebooks (Booktop M2432, Q2532, P2532), the S1080 Windows 7 tablet (with USB 3.0 support) and the famous G1-Killer series – G1.Sniper 2 (gaming mobo). Most of those devices have become well-known for their innovative design and hardware features, from Asia’s largest IT tradeshow, COMPUTEX, TAIPAI (May 31st - June 4th, 2011) and Gigabyte’s official introduction of those machines.