The world may be dominated by tablets of all sorts nowadays but for a time, there were netbooks. Attempting to relieve the nostalgia is ASUS, with the introduction of a new netbook model, the ASUS 1015E. mehr »
Earlier this month, the Acer C7 Chromebook was shown off at the CeBIT in Hannover. It seems to be a powerful machine as RAM has been upgraded to 4GB max and a six-cell battery. (Un)fortunately, price has also increased to $279 from the previous $199 base price. mehr »
Google’s Chromebook offerings have been successful so far. They are low end and cheaper priced netbooks but for those who want the same platform but running on a higher-specced machine, there’s the Chromebook Pixel. Nothing has been made official yet but so many rumors have been heard about this thing. A video showing what could be the actual Chromebook Pixel was spotted. It is believed that this machine features a 2560 x 1700 screen resolution, and a 12.85-inch touchscreen display. mehr »
Netbooks are no longer the big players in the gadget industry. The clear losers are being taken over by the tablets. But then there are still people who use such for simple computing or give them to their kids to use for school. Google’s Chromebook is one of those still popular these days and joining the Chromebook business is Lenovo. mehr »
You know your computer is fat when PC makers come up with slimmer and sexier machines, like Vizio’s latest consumer electronics venture – a ‘thin+light’ Ultrabook, a notebook and an all-in-one PC. mehr »
Aside from the Excite tablet, Toshiba is proud to announce two new all-in-one computers that run Ivy bridge processors by Intel. The LX835 and the LX815 are almost the same in many ways: Ivy bridge processors, LCD displasy, 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution, HDMI port, four USB 2.O, and USB 3.0 ports for each. The only difference is the display size– 23.inch for the LX835 and 21-inch for the LX815. mehr »
Nothing too special with this Samsung for the adults as it is made for the kids and the kids at heart. I know Pororo because of my two-year old toddler. It’s one of the first few cartoon characters that he liked. This little penguin is such a cutie I won’t have having its face plastered on my laptop’s lid. But then I won’t allow that to happen to my MacBook so this Samsung netbook will suffice even if I have to spend a few hundred dollars more. mehr »
2012 may be the year of Ultrabooks but HP isn’t done yet with netbooks. Recently introduced is the HP Mini NM10 that boasts of great specs for a price so affordable at $399. The netbook is idea for educational and even professional use because it packs a a 1.6GHz Atom N2600 processor, good enough for regular computer use.
This is what the ASUS Chairman was talking about– an Asus Transformer Tablet. Nothing much has been revealed about the convertible tablet but we’re certain it’s a MacBook Air-like thin laptop that has a removable screen that obviously would work as a tablet. mehr »
Yesterday, Vodafone introduced a new netbook in the form of the Webbook. This mobile device is meant especial for those in South Africa, offering Internet connectivity
Vodacom. Specs of the Webbook include a 512MB memory, addition 4G storage, and a 10-inch LCD screen as the most notable features. mehr »
The Asus Eee PC X101, one of the noted devices introduced in COMPUTEX 2011 this month will be available in stores beginning July. The ultrathin netbook will have two variants: a MeeGo model, priced at US$199 and a Windows 7 counterpart (named X101H) which will be at a US$310 to US$350 pricepoint. Inside will be a 1.33 GHz single core Atom N435, a six-cell battery and a tiny solid state drive, probably around 8 to 16 GB, considering the cheap price.