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When it comes to the ports that surround today's netbooks things are as predictable as an episode of Saved By The Bell: 2 to 3 USB 2.0, an Ethernet, VGA, mic and headphone and a card reader.
Posted 5/10/2009 11:20:08 PM
We have been watching Dell slowly but surely add features to its Dell Inspiron Mini 10, including a six-cell battery a few weeks ago. As of today, though we aren't sure what took so long, Dell is now ...
Posted 5/7/2009 5:38:14 PM
This Father's Day, give Pop the gift of mobile computing.
Posted 5/6/2009 3:23:00 PM
Fresh off the news that HTC and T-Mobile may be working on a Google Android netbook, Bsquare (a software solutions provider for embedded devices) tossed its hat into the ring with a rather bold announ...
Posted 5/6/2009 11:15:53 AM
Rumors are beginning to swirl that T-Mobile may be working with HTC on an Android-powered netbook with 3G connectivity. While the rumor makes a little sense, given that the two companies have worked t...
Posted 5/6/2009 10:34:24 AM
It's not a metaphor that bodes well for the PC industry. Earlier today I attended a panel discussion on netbooks at Frost & Sullivan's Go Mobile conference in San Franciso, and during the Q&A ...
Posted 5/5/2009 5:24:16 PM
Remember when ASUS CEO Jerry Shen said that its Eee PC line up would never get larger than systems with 10-inch displays? Well it looks like ASUS may be back tracking on its word.
Posted 5/5/2009 11:50:37 AM
Notebooks may have gotten smaller with netbooks, but my hands sure as heck didn't. And that has been my reigning thought when using Kensington's (and don't forget, Targus') Wireless Mouse for Netbooks..
Posted 5/4/2009 10:48:48 AM
The race is on to be the longest running netbook on the track. While Samsung's N110 previously held the title of the netbook available with the longest battery life, MSI's Wind U123 swept in and took the lead with its over 8 hours of battery life.
Posted 4/30/2009 2:13:09 PM
Intel may have released its Convertible Classmate PC back in January at CES and CTL might have been the first to market with it in the U.S., but PeeWee PC is also jumping on the educational netvertible bandwagon.
Posted 4/29/2009 2:00:48 PM