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How much is having Intel's new CULV processor under the hood worth to consumers versus the tried and true (but slightly sluggish) Atom? That's the question posed by the MSI X340, which we got some han...
Posted 4/2/2009 2:41:47 AM
Samsung keeps pumping out winning netbooks, and the N310 might be the company's best one yet in the 10-inch category. Although the specs are standard fare--Intel Atom N270, 1GB of RAM, 160GB hard driv...
Posted 4/1/2009 6:00:52 PM
When I read that HP was "studying" Android as a possible OS for PCs, I felt skeptical: I have, after all, received way too many April Fool's Day press releases today-- and have even fallen for a few.
Posted 4/1/2009 3:08:22 PM
Two new Acer Aspire One netbooks - the D250 and 531 - have made appearances on the company's Germany Site. The D250 seems to sport the same chassis as the 10-inch Aspire One D150. The 10.1-inch net...
Posted 4/1/2009 1:54:54 PM
We were the first to tell you about MSI's plans to release a slew of new netbooks and notebooks this spring and the company is coming clean about it all today with official specs.
Posted 4/1/2009 10:37:55 AM
From yesterday: The Samsung NC10 continues its march, beating the Lenovo S10e nearly 2-to-1. Now things are starting to get a bit more heated. Today, the MSI Wind U100 faces off against the Asus Ee...
Posted 3/31/2009 11:33:43 AM
Last Monday we posted an exclusive full review of the Samsung N110 which in our opinion is the real netbook to beat. Today, the 10-incher with the longest battery runtime of any netbook (more than 7 h...
Posted 3/30/2009 12:18:01 PM
Here we are, the official start of the second round in the LAPTOP Netbook Madness tournament. Can't you just feel the excitement? To paraphrase one Richard Vitale, it's awe-inspiring, young child!.
Posted 3/30/2009 11:54:22 AM
On Friday we brought you news of ASUS' latest Eee PC E1004DN which is more than just another Eee with its built in optical drive. However, while ASUS is offically announcing the E1004DN on its Website today, according to our U.S.
Posted 3/30/2009 11:29:41 AM
Dell has been no stranger to the netbook market, but its offerings have fell into its consumer Inspiron line (see Inspiron Mini 9, 10, 12), at least until now. Gizmodo received a tip of Dell Latitude ...
Posted 3/28/2009 2:43:21 PM