Posts Tagged ‘Radeon’
Packard Bell EasyNote TJ71 with a VGA problem – ATI Radeon HD 4200.
Recently we had a Packard Bell EasyNote TJ71 notebook brought to us with a graphics issue. When switched on, the machine was demonstrating that it’s powered (with its blue power indicator which lights up), but that’s all.
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.
Toshiba Satellite A300D-126 notebook with an overheating problem.
Recently, a Toshiba Satellite A300D-126 notebook was brought to us with an overheating problem. After performing intensive tasks the machine was switching off, so as to protect the CPU from overheating.
Compaq 615 notebook used on Valentine’s Day.
Recently, we had an HP Compaq 615 notebook, brought to us for a clean up. The notebook was left next to a candle on Valentine’s Day, and its display lid got melted a bit – forming a spot on its 15.6-inch WXGA LED backlit display (still working and visible).
Asus announced additional Spring 2012 notebook and netbook models for the Japanese market.
The additional Asus models for Spring 2012 include – the 11.6-inch Asus Hot Pink Zenbook UX21E, the 17.3-inch K73SD notebook, Eee PC 1025C/ Eee PC 1025CE (the Flare Series), Eee PC 1225B, and the low-cost Eee PC X101CH netbook model.
Yesterday, Eurocom launched its 17.3-inch full HD Panther 4.0 super-notebook.
Panther 4.0 is the world’s most powerful Super-Notebook. It has a 17.3-inch full HD (1920 x 1080) display (a choice of matte, glossy or 3D). The machine is equipped with Intel X79 Sandy Bridge-E Core Logic and a desktop Intel Core i7-3960X (6 cores/12 threads – 3.9 GHz with 15MB of L3 cache) Extreme edition processor with 130W TDP, using LGA2011 socket (Intel Xeon processors supported too).
Recently, two Acer Aspire 5536 notebooks (with different issues) were brought to us, at Laptoport.
The first notebook was sent by the owner (somewhere) for a keyboard replacement, unfortunately the person who replaced the keyboard broke the clip (part of the keyboard connector) holding the keyboard ribbon cable. The second Acer Aspire 5536 was overheating a bit, and the owner brought it for a clean-up.