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Another player has entered the Smartbook space: PCWorld reports that Foxconn Technology is developing the devices for Chinese telecomms. The Qbooks (as they're currently being called) are running diff...
Posted 9/8/2009 4:05:27 PM
Not to be outdone by Nokia, Sony gave journalists a glimpse of their newest mini-notebook at IFA Berlin today: the Sony Vaio X Series. Fujio Nishida, head of Sony Europe, showed off the 11.1-inch black carbon fiber machine at its press conference.
Posted 9/2/2009 1:36:58 PM
Nokia World 09 opened today with keynotes from President and CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo and Executive Vice President Anssi Vanjoki. Both gentlemen were very excited about the new Nokia devices coming ou...
Posted 9/2/2009 4:11:15 AM
ASUS CEO Jerry Shen may not "see a clear market for smartbooks," but there are still some players in the game. Sharp's odd-duck NetWalker PC-Z1 is not quite a MID and not quite a netbook, but it's got...
Posted 8/27/2009 3:24:03 PM
Sascha at Netbooknews.de started some buzz when he claimed that Nokia's new Booklet 3G will cost $799 without a contract from a cell carrier. I am not completely surprised by this.
Posted 8/26/2009 3:48:08 PM
The first netbook with Intel's next generation Atom chip (Pine Trail) may be an MSI Wind. DigiTimes reported that MSI was eager to be the first to market with a Pine Trail touchscreen netbook running Windows 7.
Posted 8/26/2009 11:29:17 AM
Excellent endurance, a good touch interface, GPS, and optional mobile broadband makes this a compelling but pricey mobile Internet device.
Posted 8/24/2009 4:12:51 PM
In our review of Windows 7, we tested the OS on three different machines from netbooks to mainstream notebooks: aToshiba mini NB205-N310, theGateway NV5807u and theDell Studio XPS 16. When comparin...
Posted 8/24/2009 1:07:08 PM
A new study by consumer electronics seller Retrevo indicates that most students are buying PC laptops over Apple MacBooks. Economics are playing a big role in this as 58% of students surveyedplanned t...
Posted 8/24/2009 11:40:10 AM
When a company decides to make it's first foray into the netbook/mini-notebook space, standing out should be a top priority. Nokia obviously had this in mind when they designed the new Booklet 3G.
Posted 8/24/2009 9:21:19 AM