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The 2011 edition of the Consumer Electronics Show is coming soon, and starting next week, a whole bunch of new gear will be introduced to the world. Some of it will make you upset about your holiday purchases, most likely, but some will get you very excited for what's to come. Asus is definitely going to be on-hand at the event, and as they... Read more...
The ultraportable market gets more interesting by the day. For years, 11.6" machines were very, very expensive, mostly because it was costly to squeeze components into a shell so small. But then netbooks were introduced. Recently, some 11.6" netbooks have creeped up into a higher range category, with prices hovering between $500 and $600.... Read more...
The holidays are coming up soon, and your kiddos are probably on your mind. And they're on the mind of PeeWee PC. Earlier this year, in April, PeeWee PC introduced their very first kid-friendly netbook, and already version 2.0 is arriving. The PeeWee Pivot 2.0 laptop is more rugged and kid-approved than ever, with this 3.7lb. notebook having... Read more...
As far as we knew, Jolicloud was a software company. And they still are. But now, they're a hardware company too. Or at least they are partnering with a computer maker in order to make themselves seem like one! Either way, Jolicloud is doing the unthinkable soon: they'll be introducing a netbook of their own with their own Jolibook operating... Read more...
If there's one thing that's a certainty in the consumer electronics universe, it's that Asus is probably working on another Eee PC. The company seems to pop these out at a stunning rate, giving consumers loads of choice when it comes time to buy a netbook. The newest of the bunch is another member of the Seashell lineup, the Eee PC 1215T.... Read more...
If you pay close attention to the laptop world, you may remember a product from last year called the Lenovo U1 Hybrid. It was a convertible tablet two-in-one device from Lenovo, showcased primarily at CES. But the showcasing ended there. The product has since hit a wall and will likely never reach mass production, much to the dismay of tech... Read more...
Asus is the netbook king. Does anyone deny it? The company's Eee PC line has been around for as long as the term "netbook" has been around, and while computer fads come and go, the Eee PC line keeps right on growing. The "Seashell" group has been joined by another member today, with Asus introducing the Eee PC 1015PN as their latest miniature... Read more...
Apple's new "Back to the Mac" event in California this week may have been largely focused on software, but Steve Jobs just couldn't leave the stage without talking about some hardware as well. The big news at the event was the MacBook Air, but it's more than you think. Not only was the 13.3" MacBook refreshed in a big... Read more...
A lot of people wondered what would happen to Apple once they became Apple, Inc. and not Apple Computer. Many thought that this signaled the end of the Mac computer, with Apple to now focus primarily on the iPhone, iPad and other accessories and small devices. But Apple's computer sales have consistently risen since... Read more...
Acer's Aspire One netbook line just keeps growing, and now it's getting more colorful. Too often, notebooks are released in the same black plastic color, and occasionally, you'll find a red one, a blue one or a green one. But a pastel one? Not too often that you see that. The new Aspire One Happy range is for those who would prefer softer... Read more...
Verizon Wireless has been offering netbooks with a 2-year data contract for years now, but most of those netbooks weren't higher-end machines. The carrier's newest netbook is one of HP's nicest, with the Pavilion dm1-2010nr coming with a 1.3GHz AMD Athlon II Neo K325 processor, a 320GB hard drive and a 6-cell battery. HP also includes an Imprint... Read more...
Netbooks now come standard with dual-core processors, and some of them even sport respectable graphics (Nvidia Ion). But save for a very small few, the vast majority of netbooks still don't ship with an optical drive. What's an optical disc-toting user to do? Buy an external optical drive, of course. Samsung hopes you'll be drawn to its new... Read more...
If you've been keeping an eye on the tech product introductions of late, you may have noticed a trend. Wireless HD streaming. It's everywhere, and it's expanding still. Amimon is a name that is a staple of this industry, but due to product costs, they haven't had a huge push in the consumer market. High-end A/V installers have known about... Read more...
When Steve Jobs called the iPad a "magical" device, perhaps he was talking about the spell of destruction the iOS tablet has been casting on netbooks. Check it out -- according to market research firm DisplaySearch, in the second quarter of 2010, netbook/tablet PCs were down 4 percent on quarter, but up 29 percent on year. Doesn't sound so... Read more...
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