A DigiTimes report claims that Acer is working on a third-generation netbook that will have a touchscreen display; it is expected to launch by the end of this year.
Oh, the places your netbook will go. An ultra-portable computer can turn even an airline tray table into an office, but what good is a tiny computer with oversized accessories? Notebook manufacturers are rolling out smaller accessories to match undersized computers, and Targus is offering some one-stop shopping with their new Netbook Accessory Kit. They've bundled a mouse, USB hub, and sleeve in one small package. Sounds like a good deal, but how do the smaller accessories measure up?
AppleInsider claims that Microsoft will allow HP to ship computers loaded with Windows XP until April 30, 2010, almost a year later than Microsoft was originally going to allow.
The Wall Street Journal reports that HP and several other PC makers are considering using Google's Android operating system using the ARM platform on their netbook computers.
OCZ Technology has announced a Do-It-Yourself netbook, dubbed the Neutrino.
ASUS is planning to launch an Eee PC with a built-in optical drive in May.
Samsung has introduced a new 10.1-inch netbook to its lineup, the N120, which is claimed to have up to 10.5 hours of battery life.
Kingston introduced a 2GB HyperX low-latency memory module for netbook computers using the Intel Atom processor.
Compal president Ray Chen gives an overview of the notebook and netbook market in 2009.
FCC documents have revealed four upcoming models of the ASUS N10 netbook, some of which will have integrated Nvidia 9400M graphics and HDMI for connection to external displays.
A DigiTimes report states Lenovo plans to introduce netbooks with 11.6- and 12.1-inch screens based on the Nvidia Ion platform.
A DigiTimes report states that ASUS will be completely phasing out its 8.9-inch Eee PC netbooks this year.
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