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A slick design, smooth performance, and switchable graphics makes the IdeaPad U330 one of the better-value lightweight notebooks.
Posted 11/10/2008 6:18:02 PM
Though some would argue that Linux's time has come and gone, it looks like netbook manufacturers aren't giving up on the OS entirely. According to Liliputing, an HP Mini 1000 Linux edition is coming ...
Posted 11/10/2008 5:55:08 PM
According to this article on APC, chipmaker AMD is looking to challenge Intel's dominance in the netbook space. Pat Moorhead, AMD's vice-president of Advanced Marketing, agrees with us that 8 - 9 h...
Posted 11/10/2008 4:44:29 PM
The original Eee PC 2G Surf came in black, white, baby pink, spring green, and sky blue. When I saw that, I wondered if those colors would be for the kinds of people (okay, women) who bought Hell...
Posted 11/10/2008 2:00:51 PM
The first 12-inch mini-notebook packs a spacious screen and keyboard in a very slim design, and it offers very good battery life, but the Mini 12's performance could be better.
Posted 11/7/2008 4:58:14 PM
This morning the stork dropped off one of the most highly-anticipated netbooks of the year. Everyone wanted to see and touch the Inspiron Mini 12 because it's the first netbook with a 12-inch display.
Posted 11/6/2008 6:46:15 PM
15.4-inch notebooks dominate the full-size laptop market now, but there is a growing trend toward smaller screens with powerful guts. Many manufacturers are easing on down to 14 or 13-inch screens, b...
Posted 11/6/2008 5:58:41 PM
Last week Digitimes reported that, according to CEO Jerry Shen, ASUS was phasing out the 7 and 8.9-inch netbooks in favor of 10-inch models. This surprised a lot of people because, in that same inter...
Posted 11/6/2008 2:11:33 PM
Seems like a lot of people are having fun putting Windows 7 to the test on netbooks, but Rob over at GottaBeMobile went a step further -- he's got Windows 7 running on a 3 year-old Tablet PC: "Motion...
Posted 11/6/2008 2:07:31 PM
Back in August, at the Intel Developer's Forum we got a first look at the early Classmate tablet or "netvertible." At the time, Intel detailed that they would be brought to market by OEMS at the end of 2008.
Posted 11/5/2008 11:31:16 PM