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Things are about to get a lot more cluttered in the netbook/smartphone/MID/UMPC space. As if that area wasn't jam-packed enough, right? This past week, both Qualcomm and Freescale announced news that they would be supporting a new breed of devices entitled "smartbooks," which would be positioned as smartphone complements and priced between... Read more...
Whoever said the netbook craze was coming to an end was badly misinformed. Within the past week, we've seen new machines from Sotec, Lenovo and Asus -- oh, and now HP. Expanding on the company's heralded Mini line, the HP Mini 110 XP Edition and the HP Mini 110 Mobile Internet (Mi) Edition have been launched. Both machines were obviously designed... Read more...
Sotec, a brand that primarily stays in Japan behind parent company Onkyo, has just issued a new netbook that takes a unique approach on things. For starters, it includes a 32GB SSD, which is rather large compared to other netbook-bound SSDs. The DC204A3 also features a 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270 processor, Intel's 945GSE graphics chipset, 1GB... Read more...
Here's an interesting one. While the public at large may be curbing their purchasing of WWAN cards, the demand for mobile broadband is still forecast to shoot up in the coming years. How so, you ask? Simple: netbooks. With Verizon Wireless and AT&T already selling 3G-enabled netbooks for dirt cheap on contract, you can understand the sentiment... Read more...
It's a little funny, really. Just two weeks ago, we saw a report from ABI Research asserting that netbooks were getting along just fine in the recession, and already another research firm is out to burst that bubble. Essentially, iSuppli is anticipating that netbook sales will begin to cool once our economy is completely back on track, noting... Read more...
Well, what have we here? No, really -- what in the world is this? Japanese site Akihabara News.com has images of a completely intriguing new netbook accessory, a little something called the -- wait for it -- Netbook Stand. Designed by Century, this all-in-one device appears to be a netbook stand, cooling station and expansion dock, all in... Read more...
While Google still has a long way to go before it seriously begins to chip away at market share owned by Windows Mobile, Symbian S60 and OS X, there's no denying that Android has already made an unmistakable mark on the mobile industry. The newfangled mobile operating system was largely praised with the HTC-built G1 launched last year on T-Mobile,... Read more...
While we're still unsure if netbooks are ready to dabble in the corporate world, they're clearly ready to take on pretty much every other sector. In fact, they already have. According to new research from ABI Research, netbook sales really haven't been adversely affected during the recent credit crunch. Sure, the extra low price tags are mostly... Read more...
These days, specifications on netbooks are almost predictable. Without looking, we'd say there's an 85% chance that any given netbook you look at has a 1.6GHz Atom processor, a 160GB hard drive, 1GB of RAM and no optical drive. Oh, and Windows XP -- it probably has Windows XP. In fact, the vast majority of netbooks today have Microsoft's not-exactly-newest... Read more...
Cellphone operators around the globe have now been offering up WWAN-enabled netbooks for months now, and while AT&T has been doing so in the United States with HP's 2133 Mini-Note, Verizon Wireless is hoping to grab some of that excitement here soon. Essentially, carriers are selling netbooks for even less than retail; the catch is that... Read more...
Considering that so many corporations are in the business of making netbooks, one may assume that netbooks may be good in the business. InfoWorld took a look at the viability of using netbooks within the traditional corporate infrastructure, and it got us to thinking about the subject. Today, few -- if any -- companies use netbooks as their... Read more...
One could argue that the past 12 to 18 months have been all about netbooks, but all-in-one PCs sure are making a comeback here lately. Following up on efforts from Lenovo, MSI, Dell, Averatec and countless others is BenQ, who has just unveiled its stylish nScreen i91. As you'd expect, this is the company's very first all-in-one PC, and clearly... Read more...
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