From the category archives:

FYI

Forrester: Netbooks fill an important niche, but branding is “dangerous”

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Are 10″ netbooks too big? Are 7″ netbooks to small?

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What are SSDs and what role, if any, do they play in this netbook era?

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The Gateway LT1001G netbook that I wrote about a few days ago now has its own product page and pic.

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Why these types of headlines are a bunch of BS

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Is it a netbook? Nope. Is it a smartphone killer à la Nokia N97? Nope. It’s a cool supa expensive smartphone.

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Acer is offering an Aspire One for just $99 (plus a huge asterisk) at Radioshack. See what the asterisk aka the big catch is all about.

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The answer from the horse’s mouth

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Sometimes netbooks can look beautiful especially when playing together in full harmony

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10 Ways To Trick Out Your Netbook for Free

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Top five notebook vendors expected to combine for shipments of more than 125 million units in 2009

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Buying the perfect gift in these tough times can be equally tough. Enter netbooks. See why you should give them your serious consideration now.

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See what netbook deals, this online retailer has in store

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Where to find good deals on netbooks this Black Friday

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You’d think that Crocodile Dundee landed on the moon. Nope! The Aussie media is just going nuts over the free Dell Inspiron Mini 9 netbook deal.

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Gigabyte M912 Netbook

by Jay Bika on November 26, 2008 · 2 comments

in FYI,Gigabyte

This Gigabyte netbook features a touch screen display (with LED backlighting) that can rotate 180 degrees to transform from a traditional notebook form factor to a tablet PC.

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The TrustedReviews Awards 2008 recognize the best of the best. See who received the top gong.

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The HP Mini 1000 netbook computer has a secret 3G modem!

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HP reasons that if people are encouraged to get a free smartphone but sign a long-term data contract and they end up doing it, the same can be applied with netbooks. The Wall Street Journal sheds some light.

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A size comparison between a Dell Inspiron 700M 12.1 inch subnotebook and the (ASUS) Eee PC 1000H, Medion Akoya Mini E1210 [Jay's note: a rebadged MSI WInd really], HP 2133 Mini-Note, Acer Aspire One, [ASUS] Eee PC 900 and [ASUS] Eee PC 701 netbooks.

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