Want a netbook and a tablet in one? Dell might have the right gadget for you with the Inspiron Duo convertible tablet.
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Dell has revealed a new AMD-based 11.6-inch ultraportable notebook to replace it’s earlier Inspiron 11z. It will come in two models, a base unit powered with a single core Athlon II Neo K125 and an upgraded model powered by a dual-core Athlon II Neo K325. Full specifications of both models are listed after the jump.
Asus introduces a new EEEPC Netbook with Intel’s N450 Atom Processor, the Asus EEE PC 1005PX. What makes the EEE PC 1005PX different? This new machine features a 10.1-inch LED-backlit matte, non-glare screen display for better view in direct sunlight. All other specs are similar to other netbooks in the market.
Alienwares’s Crysis playing ultraportable is about to get a speed bump. Due for release in June, the M11x is about to get Intel’s latest chips Core i3, i5 and i7 CPUs inside it’s 11.6-inch notebook hood.
This is the first time I’ve heard of Cherrypal though the company’s name has been somewhat been ringing around several tech circles because of their past netbook release the Cherrypal Africa, a 7″ netbook preloaded with Linux and Windows CE. This year, the company is set to introduce the upgrade to their ultra small portable, [...]
MSI has just unveiled a prototype for a 10″ netbook with dual 1024 x 600 pixel touchscreen displays and no physical keyboard. While it’s still just a prototype it, Liliputing states from it’s Hand’s-on that the hardware and software are pretty much good to go… just need to work out much of the kinks that [...]
Acer is one of the first netbook makers to jump on the PineTrail (Intel’s latest atom platform) bandwagon with it’s upcoming Aspire One AO532h unit. The AO532h has a 1.66GHz Atom N450 CPU, 10.1-inch WSVGA display and 1GB of RAM, along with a 160GB hard-drive and WiFi b/g/n. According to Acer, it can run for [...]