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Gigabyte M1005M starts to ship

03/31/2011, The name Gigabyte isn’t going to invoke a whole lot of wonder in you, but it is a decent enough company to roll out average hardware that should last the entire distance of its lifetime, although you wouldn’t expect heads to turn when they...

Hercules introduces eCAFE netbook

03/30/2011, I wouldn’t have expected netbooks to last this long, especially when you have a barrage of tablet devices coming your way. Hercules hasn’t thrown in the towel yet though, having the guts to roll out a couple of 10-inch eCAFÉ netbooks in the...

Netbook Navigator opens up pre-orders for Nav7 tablet

03/28/2011, The good people over at Netbook Navigator have begun to take pre-orders for the Nav7 tablet, and in line with common tablet design that isn’t an iPad these days, this puppy will sport a 7″ display at 1024 x 600 resolution. Of course, this will...

Acer Aspire One AOD255E arrives with dual core processor

03/02/2011, Looks like dual core processors are all the rage these days, and even the iPad 2′s A5 processor has two cores. Well, how will this affect the way netbooks work? Not much, but manufacturers are also starting to get the hint that having two cores...

NEC outs Android-powered LifeTouch Note netbook

02/14/2011, NEC intends to fully support the Google Android platform with their latest release which comes in the form of the LifeTouch Note netbook, where it will be powered bt Android 2.2 Froyo while running on NVIDIA’s Tegra 250 mobile processor (aka Tegra 2)....

Clover Systems ships SunBook with Pixel Qi display

01/30/2011, Clover Systems intends to carve a name for itself in the computing industry by shipping the first 10″ netbook in the world that comes with a Pixel Qi display, aptly known as the SunBook. No, it isn’t solar-powered by any means, but at least...

Gigabyte Q2005 netbook receives dual-core processor

01/27/2011, Gigabyte’s latest Q2005 netbook will be powered by a dual-core Intel N550 processor, where we do think it is capable of delivering a decent level of performance although the screen’s resolution leaves much to be desired at 1024 x 600.  which...

Acer Aspire One E100 debuts with dual booting capability

01/26/2011, Choice is always something we love having – if not, your local Burger King or McDonald’s menu would not have so many menu items, would they? Acer knows that some computer users are also equally fickle minded, and hence have come up with the...

Acer Aspire One AO522 begins to ship

01/26/2011, Want to settle for something other than your usual Intel Atom fare? Well, there is always AMD as another viable replacement, so it makes perfect sense if Acer decided to fit in the AMD Fusion processor into their Aspire One AO522 netbook which by the way,...

Acer aims higher with netbook sales

01/24/2011, Acer is keeping their fingers crossed that there will be a winner in the world of netbooks – what was once so promising seems to be in a decline, and the Taiwanese computer manufacturer has every intent to preserve its netbook sales simply by hoping...

Dell Latitude 2120 business netbook arrives

01/12/2011, We knew that it was already on the way and now Dell has expanded its netbook lineup with its Latitude 2120 that is designed for business use. The Latitude 2120 offers a multi-touch display with a 1366 x 768 pixel resolution along with a dual-core Atom...

NEC Android notebook spotted

01/08/2011, [CES 2011] NEC continues their march on the Android bandwagon with this notebook (which frankly, in our opinion, seems to be more of a netbook than anything else). This notebook will obviously be powered by the Android operating system alongside...

Toshiba NB550D takes the AMD route

12/29/2010, Toshiba has a new netbook known as the NB550D which will be powered by a dual core 1GHz AMD C50 (Ontario) processor, sporting a 10-inch display with AMD’s very own Radeon HD 6250M graphics chipset, Harman Kardon speakers for those who place a...

MSI U270 netbook ready to rock CES 2011

12/28/2010, MSI recently held a press event in Taiwan, where they paraded the U270 netbook ahead of its CES 2011 debut. What makes the U270 stand out from the rest of the crowd would be having it run on the AMD development platform instead of Intel’s, which is...