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Acer Aspire One 532G has been cancelled

06/18/2010, It seems that the Acer Aspire One 532G netbook has been cancelled, no thanks to technical problems that translated to Acer being unable to deliver said netbook to the market on time, while NVIDIA failed on the performance front. Of course, no further...

Samsung N150 Plus edition

06/17/2010, Obviously, if you throw in a Plus suffix to your product name, it will be better than the original. That’s exactly what Samsung did with their 10″ N150 netbook, and it should not be confused with the Adidas Edition which was announced...

HP Mini 110 is back and better than ever

06/16/2010, Just when you thought that the HP Mini 110 has bitten the dust, along comes proof of its revival. The new and improved HP Mini 110 will replace the non-HD HP Mini 210, where it will boast a flush “in-line” 6-cell battery. Not only that, you...

Toshiba NB250 netbook surprisingly has full sized keyboard

06/15/2010, The Toshiba NB250 netbook you see here is an irony of sorts – it falls under the netbook category, but surprise, surprise, it actually comes with one of Toshiba’s full-sized keyboards. Tipping the scales at a shoulder friendly 2.46lbs, the...

Toshiba GuideBook offers dual 7-inch displays

06/14/2010, Toshiba has worked on a new GuideBook device that seems to fall under the netbook category, although the dual 7″ displays might be a feature that would catch the interest of many people. The GuideBook is said to roll out sometime later this month,...

Packard Bell Dot S4 netbook

06/14/2010, Packard Bell has a spanking new netbook in the form of the Dot S4, where this 10.1″ device comes complete with the usual suspects where specifications are concerned – we’re talking about a 1,024 x 600 resolution display, an Intel Atom...

HP Mini Classmate netbook spotted at Computex 2010

06/04/2010, Computex 2010 is the platform where HP decided to reveal their Mini Classmate machine, although do bear in mind that the name of the device has yet to be finalized as at press time. This netbook will target those who are younger in age, where it is made...

Dynamism to offer Viliv N5 Stateside very, very soon

06/03/2010, Dynamism is the company to refer to if you have been hankering after the Viliv N5 for a long time already, ever since we looked at it at CES 2010 earlier this year. The Viliv N5 might be relatively small with a 4.8″ display, but it is no slouch in...

Samsung N230 netbook to roll out soon

05/28/2010, Samsung will be introducing their N230 netbook in the near future, where it is currently on parade at the World IT Show 2010. Being a netbook, it doesn’t boast anything that will make you jump out from your seat (in a positive manner), but what...

Acer Aspire One 533 leaked

05/28/2010, Now we know that Acer will be expanding their netbook line with yet another model – the Aspire One 533. Sporting a 10.1″ display, you get chrome-plated trackpad buttons as well as on its lid which is located near the battery. Overall, the...

Samsung upgrade NB30 by adding Pro suffix

05/28/2010, Obviously, throwing in an additional suffix does not automatically mean that the upgrade to a particular device will turn it into its flagship model all of a sudden. Case in point, the Samsung NB30 Pro which is a rugged netbook that will cater to business...

Gateway LT2203 is an Acer Aspire One 521 in disguise

05/25/2010, Just in case the Gateway LT2203 looks familiar, that is because it is a mere rebrand of the Acer Aspire One 521. After all, Acer owns the Gateway brand, and won’t mind shipping out a similar netbook over and over, with the Packard Bell brand being...

MSI dual core Atom N550 netbook to arrive at Computex 2010

05/25/2010, MSI is slated to bring a new dual core Atom N550-powered netbook to the showfloor at Computex 2010, where it ought to speed things up a fair bit, assuming the software programmers actually make allowance in their code to take advantage of both cores when...

FCC takes a gander at Dell Latitude 2110

05/24/2010, The latest Dell machine to go through the paces of the FCC would be the Dell Latitude 2110, where this business-and-education oriented netbook comes in a bulky and semi-rugged design. It will carry an Intel wireless card with support for 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi...