Asus today took the cover off the new N10 10.2" screen Intel Atom powered notebook. Despite its small size and Atom processor, Asus really wants you to know this is not a netbook, but indeed a notebook. Which explains the lack of Eee PC in the naming. The N10 has a full sized keyboard and even switchable Nvidia dedicated graphics to separate it from the netbooks flooding the market of late.
After literally months of speculation and leaked photos on the internet, Dell today officially unveiled the Inspiron Mini 9. This lightweight "netbook" is designed to be an affordable mobile companion and internet access point for surfing the Web, chatting with friends, blogging, uploading photos or enjoying videos, music and games. Of course, you can do work on the Mini 9 as well.
The Acer Aspire One is yet another netbook that attempts to fill the niche between handheld devices and full-sized notebook computers. Acer has the Aspire One priced to blow current models out of the water, with a $349 starting point for the Intel Atom-based Windows XP version. With other competing models priced closer to $500, is the Aspire One worth considering, or should one steer clear of this low-cost alternative? In this first look we cover all the basics, as well as give you a video tour.
ASUS silently announced a new group of laptops this weekend, reminding consumers that ASUS makes full-featured notebooks in addition to their popular Eee PC netbooks. The all new F6V, F8Vr, B50A, G50V, and G71V come in sizes ranging from 13 inches to 17 inches and have something to offer everyone from serious students to hardcore gamers.
Lenovo today announced its entrance into the budget ultraportable notebook, or "netbook," market with the IdeaPad S10 netbook. Like all netbooks, the slim and small S10 is designed to complement a customer's primary PC rather than function as the main computer in your home. The netbook allows users to do simple activities such as connect to the Internet, check and write emails, listen to music and perform basic applications. The S10 is approximately one inch thick and weighs just more than two pounds in the base configuration.
Acer today introduced the Aspire one, an entry into the netbook market. According to Acer it is "designed to deliver continuous Internet access no matter where you are", so long as you're in range of a wi-fi network that is.
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