Netbooks

Netbooks are the ultimate in mobile internet connectivity: they’re small, powerful enough for all your web applications, and even capable of relatively simple work as well. With wireless networks continuing to spread, having a netbook with you makes it easy to connect to the web wherever you go. They’re quite affordable and packed with options, so check out some of the ones available today!

What are iPad accessories good for?

cool ipad caseThe Apple iPad is a great device, and you are a lucky person if you have already bought one for yourself. It is a tablet computer that will let you browse the internet, and do basic computer operation. Apple has already sold over 1 million iPad devices. Yes, the iPad is probably a bit more expensive than other tablet computers, but you pay for the high quality of Apple products (of course you also pay for the brand itself). Your wonderful iPad will become an even more wonderful device if you decide to buy iPad accessories.

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Shuttle Barebone XS35 with NVIDIA ION 2

shuttle barebone xs35

Shuttle has launched its new barebone PC which is just 3.3 cm thick.

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Samsung N310 Netbook: A computer that kills germs!

samsung n310 netbook

We’ve heard of software that kills viruses, but a netbook that kills bacteria? Indeed, Samsung has unveiled the N310 netbook, created by Japanese designmeister Naoto Fukasawa, which can appeal to even the cleanliest individuals.

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The Eee PC Seashell Netbook: Another winner from ASUS

eee pc seashell netbook

The folks at ASUS have come out with yet another wonderful portable companion for anyone who frequently finds themselves on the go. Packed with the best of today’s innovations, the Eee PC Seashell weighs only 1.1kg, making it easy to travel with, but also highly functional.

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Olo computer: The docking station for your smartphone

Olo computer

Smartphones are becoming more and more powerful, approaching the capabilities of some older small computers. So the Olo helps to expand your phone’s capabilities by providing your phone with a docking station, without any processor, memory or wireless interface. Rather, it simply utilizes all of the resources available from your smartphone.

Basically, the Olo utilizes the touchscreen on your smartphone as a trackpad, allowing you to interface with your phone using the OS of the connected system.

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Get online and stay mobile with the MSI advent 4211 netbook

If you like to stay connected online, browsing your files and staying in touch with all of your friends and family, then the MSI Advent netbook is going to be your new best friend. Its sleek design and easy-to-use operating system (Genuine Windows® XP) make it capable of handling a wide array of applications and services.

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MSI wind PC – Atom-based netbook

The WIND PC Atom-based mini laptop from MSI has recently been released to the Korean market. Weighing less than 1 kg and packed full of a variety of features like an 80GB hard drive and 1GB DDR RAM, the MSI WIND sports a 10-inch display screen and runs with the Windows XP operating system.  Read the rest of this entry »

Asus Eee PC 900

Finally, the super-cheap, Linux-powered 9-inch version of the Asus Eee PC has been revealed at the CeBIT exhibition in Hanover, Germany. Dubbed the Eee PC 900, it utilizes an identical body as that found on previous models, but uses an expanded 8.9 inch display in place of the older 7-inch.

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