Get a Netbook with Any Windows 7 Version You Want

Several months ago, Microsoft made a formal announcement saying that it would restrict what version of Windows 7 could be installed on certain computers. In addition to the minimum specs required for each version of Windows 7, Microsoft also defined the maximum specs allowed. Well, that has now changed. Initially, it seemed that the vast […]

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Nvidia Ion Graphics with Asus Eee PC 1201N Netbook

Oh my, how the netbook market has changed. When we were first introduced to the form factor, we got rather anemic specs and tiny keyboards. These days, the lines are certainly blurring between what it means to be a netbook and what it means to be an ultraportable notebook. Further confusing the differentiation is the […]

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Checking Out the Viliv S7 Convertible Netbook

Now that the netbook market has matured greatly, it doesn’t seem like it’s enough to shove an Intel Atom processor into a nine- or ten-inch shell anymore. Consumers are demanding more than ever and it seems that the touchscreen-equipped convertible tablet netbooks are going to be the next big thing. How does the Viliv S7 […]

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Nokia Italia Starts Selling Nokia Booklet 3G for 699 Euro

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Last month, we confirmed our suspicions that Nokia was entering the netbook market to compete against the Dell Minis and Asus Eee PCs of the world. We were introduced to the Nokia Booklet 3G and we saw that the Finnish company could do a lot more than “just” cell phones. Now, we’re seeing just how […]

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REVIEW – Mobile Edge Ultraportable Backpack for Netbooks

REVIEW - Mobile Edge Ultraportable Backpack for Netbooks

Notebook computers aren’t meant to be bound to a single location. They’re meant to be mobile computing solutions, so you want to have a good way to carry them around. Walking into any variety of different stores, you’ll get bombarded with a wide range of options in the laptop bag department, but you’ll also find […]

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MSI to Join Touchscreen Netbook Game with Wind U150

Gigabyte has the M912X Tablet PC. Asus has the Eee PC T91 mini-tablet. Where does MSI slot into this emerging market for netbooks with touchscreen displays? Wonder no longer, because MSI plans on releasing the MSI Wind U150 to tackle the convertible netbook world. That means it gets a rotating touchscreen. But that’s not the […]

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Nokia Booklet with 3G Enters Netbook Market

Nokia Booklet with 3G Enters Netbook Market

The netbook market is on fire, providing consumers with plenty of options from Acer, Asus, HP, Dell, Lenovo, Samsung, and countless others. Not to be outdone by its computer-selling counterparts, Nokia has jumped into the mini-notebook fold with the unveiling of the Nokia Booklet. The Nokia Booklet is a far cry from the N800-series Internet […]

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Touch Book Tablet Netbook from Always Innovating Starts Shipping

Do you remember Always Innovating? Do you remember the company’s unique take on the netbook market, offering a modular approach that would have a removable touchscreen display somewhat separate from the keyboard? Well, the so-called Touch Book is now shipping to anyone who placed a pre-order. As you may recall, the whole point of this […]

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iiView A2 Netbook Challenges MacBook Air in Style

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The Apple MacBook Air is one good-looking notebook, but what if you want that same teardrop thin design in a smaller package? Apple doesn’t have a netbook for you just yet, but you could consider the newly revealed iiView A2. That’s two i’s, because having just one could draw some ire from Cupertino. The iiView […]

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Rogers Announces HP Mini 110 Netbook with Integrated HSDPA

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As great as that USB Rocket Stick may be, it’s just much more convenient when your wireless device has integrated connectivity with the cellular network. You could surf the web on your BlackBerry or iPhone, but now Rogers is offering Canada’s first 3.5G embedded netbook. It was announced earlier today that Rogers Wireless would be […]

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Eee PC Outfitted with BlackBerry-Like Indicator Lights

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Most cell phones and smartphones come with some sort of indicator light so that you know when you’ve missed a call or you’ve received a text message. That blinking red LED on the BlackBerry is so incredibly useful, so a hacker has decided to equip the same on his netbook. An otherwise standard-looking Asus Eee […]

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