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The NetBook is dead and soon gone!

January 2, 2013
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As of January 2013, Asus and Acer will no longer be making netbooks. Asus launched the first netbook, Eee PC, back in 2007, but now it’s over. Asus did try to revive the netbook market last year with its Eee PC 1024 Flare Series with Intel Atom processor, which was able to boot from sleep-mode […]

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The New Apple iPad – Am I Getting One?

January 28, 2010
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I’m 95% sure that by now, you’ve heard about the new Apple iPad. If you haven’t (how could you not?), you can check it out at Apple’s iPad section. What I think about it? Well, it certainly looks interesting and I would love to try it out. But I don’t plan on getting one. First […]

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Survey: 33% Of All Laptops Break Within 3 Years

November 21, 2009
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A survey made by an American electronics insurance company, SquareTrade, reports that 33% of all laptops break within just three years. Hardware issues makes up for 66% of those cases. Cheap netbooks (small notebooks) are even more likely to break, in fact the failure rate is 20% higher and the chance of hardware failure is […]

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Dual Screen Netbook From Kohjinsha

October 7, 2009
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Japanese PC maker, Kohjinsha (I wonder what that means?) is currently showing off their new dual screen netbook at the CEATEK conference in Japan. The new thing about this netbook is its dual screen layout. The netbook comes with two 10.1″ monitors, where one of them slides behind the other, when it’s not in use. […]

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Google Chrome OS Will Be Found On Computers From Asus, Toshiba, Lenovo etc.

July 9, 2009

Google recently announced their new operating system, Chrome OS, based on Linux. Now they have also come out with some information as to which computer makes will be using their new operating system, Chrome OS. So far they already have agreements with companies such as Acer, Adobe, Asus, Hewlett-Packard, Lenovo, Texas Instruments and Toshiba. Google […]

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