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ECS Guns for Eee PC 900 With Sub-$500 G10IL Notebook
Written by Danrok   
Thursday, 06 March 2008 11:52

From DailyTech:

ECS shows off 11" notebook with HSDPA

ASUS made headlines around the globe earlier this week with the 8.9" Eee PC 900 at CeBIT. The second generation Eee PC improves upon its predecessor with a higher resolution screen, larger trackpad, more storage/memory and hopefully a faster/more power efficient processor.

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Toshiba soldiers on with HD DVD-R/RW notebook
Written by Danrok   
Monday, 07 January 2008 11:16

Despite the recent string of bad news, Toshiba introduces new HD DVD-based products

Toshiba recently suffered a crippling blow by the hands of Warner Bros. The film studio announced on Friday that it would phase out the introduction of new HD DVD titles in May 2008 and instead will focus on standard definition DVDs and Blu-ray titles.

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Notebooks Outnumber Desktops in the Consumer Sector
Written by Daniel   
Wednesday, 02 January 2008 15:28
Notebooks fly past desktops in consumer PC sales
Brandon Hill (Blog) - January 2, 2008 2:30 PM
DailyTech

The writing has been on the wall for years concerning the rise of the notebook computer. Notebooks were once relegated to business professionals and the upwardly mobile types that didn't mind paying $1,000 USD or more to “cut the cord.”

However, Intel's Centrino campaign coupled with lower component prices have allowed the notebook market to blossom. Society's craving for wireless Internet access anywhere and a shrinking performance gap between desktops and notebooks have finally allowed the former to rise to the top in consumer PC sales.... More    Comment in the Forums

 
Asus U1F: Ultra Compact High-End Notebook
Written by Gizmo   
Sunday, 04 November 2007 20:55
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Asus U1F
(Image from X-bit Labs)
 

X-bit Labs take us on a tour of this laptop:

The U1 series is interesting for a number of non-standard solutions utilized in it. Particularly, the use of new materials (such as magnesium-aluminum alloy, robust carbon fiber, polished stainless steel), LED-based backlighting of the display, longer battery life, etc. Today we are going to take a real close look at this solution in our review!

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AMD wins another: Toshiba business notebooks to use Athlons, Turions
Written by Gizmo   
Wednesday, 17 October 2007 23:20
By Edward F. Moltzen, CMP Channel

Computer Reseller News:

In a year of ups and downs for chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices, this counts as an "up."

Notebook maker Toshiba said Tuesday it will bring its Satellite lineup back into the commerical channel, and build a series of the new laptops using AMD's Turion 64 X2 or AMD Athlon dual core chips, as well as systems using Intel's Core2Duo. Previously, Toshiba used only Intel processors in its business lineup.

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