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Netbooks

Super Small Netbook By Imovio

by Johan on October 25, 2008

Super Small Netbook By Imovio

Here is the new and smallest netbook from Imovio. Dubbed as the iKIT, it comes equipped with a 2.8 inch display screen, 64MB RAM, Full QWERTY keyboard, Wi-Fi connectivity, a 0.3MP webcam, one USB 2.0 port, SD memory card slot and Bluetooth support. This Linux-powered netbook will be pre-loaded with some applications including instant messaging, a media player, Opera Mini and a contact manager. [Eee PC Net]

Dell Vostro A90 Netbook

by Johan on October 25, 2008

Dell Vostro A90 Netbook

Dell is ready to release its latest netbook in the form of the Vostro A90 in the Japanese market. Available in nine different colors, the netbook is based on the Inspiron Mini 9 netbook and features an Intel Atom N270 1.6GHz processor, a 8.9 inch LCD display (1,024 x 600 resolution), 1GB RAM, 8GB solid state drive, and Wi-Fi connectivity. This portable gadget is powered by Windows XP OS and retails for a hefty $972 (after conversion). However, I still want to choose Asus Eee PC rather than this expensive netbook. [RegHardware]

ASUS EeePC 1000-H Netbook with 160GB HDD

by Johan on October 22, 2008

ASUS EeePC 1000-H Netbook with 160GB HDD

ASUS will launched its EeePC 1000-H netbook that features a 160GB HDD in Japan on October 25th, 2008. The latest netbook from Asus also boasts an Intel Atom processor, Microsoft Windows XP OS, a 10-inch display with 1,024 x 600 (WSVGA) resolution and 1GB of RAM. Its battery provides a long 6.9 hours of battery life. The spanking new Asus EeePC 1000-H Netbook retails for Yen 59,800. [AVING]

JCHyun Udia Mini Note T100 Office Netbook

by Johan on October 21, 2008

JCHyun Udia Mini Note T100 Office Netbook

Maybe you never heard JCHyun. This Korean-based laptop manufacturer has released a new netbook in the Korean market. Known as the Udia Mini Note T100 Office, the netbook features a 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270 processor, 1GB RAM, 80GB SATA hard drive, and Windows XP Home Edition SP3 OS. Otehr specs are include VGA webcam, three USB 2.0 ports, Multi-memory card reader and VGA out. You just need to spend $600 to bring home this netbook. [AVING] Read more

Latest Averatec Netbook Releases in Japan

by Johan on September 26, 2008

Latest Averatec Netbook Releases in Japan

Good news for those who lived in Japan. Averatec has decided to launch its new Averatec netbook in the Japanese market on October 15th, 2008. The new Averatec AVN0270N is powered by a 10.2-Inch LCD Screen with a WSGA resolution (1,024×600), a 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270 CPU, up to 2GB, and 160GB of HDD. I think it is better than the Asus Eee-PC. The netbook also features Microsoft Windows XP home, 3 USB ports, a multicard reader, WiFi b/g, 1.3MP camera and a battery life span of 2.5 hours. [Product Page]

The Age Of The Netbooks

by Jeremiah on September 25, 2008

The Age Of The Netbooks

If you go to Amazon and check out their top ten bestseller laptops you will see that 9 of them are netbooks, leaving one spot for the Apple Macbook.  Sure call them whatever you want, weak, under-powered, slow, etc. but you know they’re light and handy and you’d rather carry one of these around than that 17 incher that weighs like a barbel. [Engadget]

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