This probably doesn’t come as a surprise to any, but netbooks are officially goners now. This has been a long-time coming. As ultrabooks and tablets have eaten into netbook marketshare, Asus and Acer remained the only two brands that were keeping the netbook market alive.more →
At only 9 ounces the new adapter is among the lightest and most efficient in the market. With four interchangeable voltage controlling tips, the adapter can work with hundreds of netbook makes and models, including Acer, Asus, Dell, HP/Compaq, Lenovo and more.more →
Intel has begun shipping the latest edition to their high-performance solid-state drives (SSDs) lineup, the Intel X25-V Value SATA SSD. It’s quick, small, durable and costs nearly 25 times the price of current magnetic platter harddrives, but when speed, ruggedness and durability are key, money isn’t everything.
The SSD market is quite small at the moment, this is due to the high cost per gigabyte, making it more of a high-end addon for performance-sensitive devices such as servers, high-end netbooks, laptops, smartbooks, and gaming computers.more →
On Thursday, Trinity Audio Group Inc., makers of the Indamixx Portable Internet Radio Station, announced they are expanding their line with INDAMIXX Portable Studio on a USB stick. With a 14 minute install the INDAMIXX USB stick turns your netbook and notebooks into an affordable, portable audio recording studio.more →
I’m already using Google Chrome as the primary web browser on my computer and a good number of people have migrated over to Google Android for their smartphone needs. We knew the day was coming, but now it’s official. A special event was hosted over at the Googleplex to officially reveal the Google Chrome OS. […]more →