Microsoft will limit sales of some editions of Windows 7 to systems with screens no larger than 10.2 inches running a low-powered single-core processor running no faster than 2GHz, TechARP.com said last week.
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In an attempt to upset the netbook applecart, Lenovo on Monday planned to introduced a small and affordable laptop that can deliver full PC functionality without compromising features.
Intel on Tuesday revealed further details surrounding its next-generation Atom netbook platform that should provide improved system performance and power savings to low-cost laptops.
An Apple official may have trashed netbooks for cramped keyboards and "junky" hardware, but shipments for the inexpensive laptops are showing no signs of slowing down.
Asustek Computer (Asus) plans to continue using Microsoft Windows OSs in its popular Eee PC netbooks this year despite widespread interest in alternatives such as Google's Android software.
Months after the issue first surfaced, Hewlett-Packard notebook owners continue to complain about defective Nvidia graphics cards that could cause laptops to fail.
Chip vendors Qualcomm and Nvidia have thrown their support behind the Windows 7 OS for netbooks, announcing efforts to bring better graphics and continuous 3G connectivity to the devices.
Touch screens have mostly been limited to business-minded Tablet PCs. But HP's TouchSmart tx2 gets props for bringing touch to the masses. This hybrid notebook lifts HP's desktop experience from its TouchSmart <a href="http://www.pcworld.com/reviews/...
Don't you dare call the VAIO P a netbook! Why otherwise would Sony smart at the idea of me using the "N" word even though the P has a netbook's 1.33-GHz Z520 Intel Atom processor (at the low end of the second-gen CPU list)? First off, the price: It s...
Apple will introduce two netbooks at the MacWorld Conference and Expo next month that will be tied to the company's App Store, as is its iPhone, an analyst said Tuesday.
Even though shrunken notebooks have been kicking around for years, it’s only recently that they seem to have come of age thanks to enough consumer interest to generate some serious sales. ASUS can probably be thanked for igniting things with it...
It’s that time of year again, and by that I mean it’s time for Toshiba’s bi-annual update of its notebooks in both the consumer and business ranges. We have tested two models, the 13.3-inch U400 and the more traditional 15.4-inch A3...
Hewlett-Packard has introduced ultraportable laptops that can easily switch between wireless 3G broadband networks and withstand harsh environmental conditions.
Dell this week announced a series of Latitude laptops, including its lightest ultramobile commercial laptop yet and a larger system that the company claimed provides 19 hours of battery life.
Fujitsu’s P8010 is following in the footsteps of other recent ultraportable notebooks like Lenovo’s X300. And despite being focused on portability over performance, the P8010 has many features that other mini-notebooks lack. I also found ...
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