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Notebook News: Dell Inspiron 17-inch Rumor, Tablet PCs, Asus 17-inch Rumor, Apple’s Steve Jobs in Hospital

Dell: Rumored Dell Inspiron 17-inch screen Audio Video Notebook Arriving SoonTablet PCs Gaining Popularity Among Colleges and StudentsAsus: Rumored 17-inch Screen Audio Video Notebook Arriving SoonAcer: Acer TravelMate 370 coming[...] Read full article

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Asus M6000N Series M6Ne Laptop Review (pics, specs)

I purchased the Asus M6Ne laptop, a member of the Asus M6000N notebook series, to replace my large desktop (AMD XP1.6, 512Mb ram, 120 Gb HDD, ATI9600XT), so I was[...] Read full article

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Acer Ferrari 3200 and Asus W1N Win “Best Of” at Computex Taipei 2004

Computex is one of the largest IT trade shows in the world. This year they had over 1,300 exhibitors, up 16% from last year. They've just handed out their best[...] Read full article

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Computex Report: Notebook Computers in the Living Room

This week is the annual Computex Taipei computer show in Taiwan. Many notebook makers are displaying their latest products, and companies such as Asus, Acer and Elitegroup are demoing[...] Read full article

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Notebook News: VAIO X505 and ThinkPad T42 Pre-Order, Rotten Apple OS X Security, Asustek Rolls, Laptops and Flying

Sony VAIO X505 and IBM ThinkPad T42 Pre-OrderApple has released an OS Update and Security Patch that doesn't workMerill Lynch gives Asustek a pat on the backFlying this holiday Weekend?[...] Read full article

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Notebook News: Dell Latitude XPS, Inspiron 9100 Problems, HP and Asus go Linux

Dell likely to launch Inspiron XPS-like Latitude notebook Dell Inspiron 9100 Build Problems and Delays? Asustek to Produce Linux Notebooks HP to Sell Linux Notebooks [...] Read full article

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Asustek and Acer Leap Ahead in Sales — Acer to Challenge IBM

Asustek has jumped ahead of Gateway computers to become the #10 company for shipment of notebooks in the world and Acer leaps over Fujitsu to become the #5 maker of[...] Read full article

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Acer Announces New 64-bit Notebook, HP and Asustek to Follow

Notebook computers with 64-bit processors could become mainstream within one or two years, ushering the industry into a new era and heralding a new battle among leading notebook vendors, according[...] Read full article