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Notebooks & Netbooks
Toshiba NB100 netbook
Written by Danrok   
Friday, 16 January 2009 09:51

From Reg Hardware:

Review

There are netbooks that have a curvy, kid-friendly look. Others are sleek and shiny - every one aimed at adults. Then there are blocky, serious looking ones, carved with no concession to consumer levity and fluff because the manufacturer reckons that's what businesspeople want.

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Chipmakers Feel the Pinch Created by Low-cost Netbooks, Notebooks
Written by Daniel   
Friday, 05 December 2008 11:05

   Analysts reduce profit predictions for Intel on weakening notebook market
Shane McGlaun (Blog) - December 4, 2008 1:19 PM
Daily Tech 

Notebook computers are becoming the majority of computer system sales for many computer makers. With notebooks being such a large portion of sales a decline in notebook shipments and overall weakness in the segment can put a significant strain not only on the computer maker, but on chipmakers as well.

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The netbook newbie's guide to Linux
Written by Danrok   
Friday, 17 October 2008 11:23

From The Register:

Thanks to their design as appliances, you can get down to useful work straight away with any of the new breed of Linux-based netbooks. But sooner or later, a fair few folk come up against the unfamiliarity of Linux. And, like the legendary tribe of pygmies, you may find yourself jumping up and down in the head-high long grass shouting out the incantation that gave the tribe its name: "We're the Fukarwi."

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Asustek adds to high end of its netbook range
Written by Daniel   
Friday, 19 September 2008 12:28

 Asustek's Atom-based N10 mini-laptop sports a 10.2-inch screen and could replace a regular laptop
By Dan Nystedt, IDG News Service
September 19, 2008

 Asustek Computer has added the N10 at the top end of its range of netbooks.

The mini-laptop is aimed people willing to pay more and could replace a regular laptop for some people.
Designed around Intel's Atom microprocessor, the Asus N10 sports a 10.2-inch screen and comes with any of several Microsoft OSs, including Windows XP, Vista Home Basic, Vista Home Premium, Vista Business and Vista Ultimate. [InfoWorld...]  [Comments]

 
Netbook Prices Are Now Falling
Written by Danrok   
Monday, 25 August 2008 06:56

From NY Times:

Personal computer maker Acer said Friday morning it is cutting the price of its Aspire “netbook” to $349 from $399. It’s cutting the price of another netbook, the Linpus Linux Lite, to $329 from $379.

None too soon.

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