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NU Universal Docking Station

Posted in Netbook by Conner Flynn on May 6th, 2009

NU Universal Docking StationOne of the major drawbacks of a netbook is the lack of storage options. That’s why NU is offering their Universal Docking Station for netbooks. It’s pretty darn useful and comes with an integrated Super-Multi DVD writer next to a removable enclosure that can hold another 2.5″ hard drive.

But that’s not all. They also threw in a two-port USB hub and a built-in fan. No word yet on price or availability, but it should be headed stateside soon.

Samsung N310 3G mini netbook

Posted in Netbook by Conner Flynn on April 26th, 2009

Samsung N310 3G mini netbookSamsung Korea has launched the N310 premium netbook in Korea. You wouldn’t know it by looking, but it’s a winner of the international design award. The N310 sports a curved-design with a finish that is said to be like a pebble.

Some other features of the N310 are a 10.1 inch LCD screen, Intel Atom processor, 1GB of RAM and a 160 Gig hard drive. It has support for Wi-Fi, HSDPA and WiBRO, comes with three USB ports, a 1.3 Megapixel camera and a 3 in 1 memory card reader.

Nvidia ION Netbooks coming in June

Posted in Netbook by Conner Flynn on April 25th, 2009

Toshiba Mini NB200 Netbook with 9-Cell batteryThe netbook will soon get a graphics boost, with a number of companies preparing to announce Nvidia ION powered models. Word is, there should be some big announcements from “key” players at Computex, the annual PC trade show in Taipei at the beginning of June. This thanks to Pocket-Lint’s man inside.

The computer uses an Intel Atom chip as standard netbooks, but uses the new graphics chip from Nvidia called ION to allow users to use more demanding applications. Users will be able to view 1080p content and play games like Spore and Portal.

Toshiba Mini NB200 Netbook with 9-Cell battery

Posted in Netbook by Conner Flynn on April 22nd, 2009

Toshiba Mini NB200 Netbook with 9-Cell batteryBattery life in netbooks is the new thin. Everyone is competing to give you more juice. Toshiba is no different. Hence the 9-Cell battery version of the NB200 that claims to last for 9 hours, which is fine by us. That isn’t all it has going for it though.

The Toshiba NB200 has some other interesting features, like a 10.1″ TruBrite display, a 3D accelerometer, one always-on USB port for charging and a large touch pad. It only weighs 2.42 Lbs too, so you won’t be lifting weights.

Velocity Micro’s Atom N270 NoteMagix M10: This month for $380

Posted in Netbook by Conner Flynn on April 19th, 2009

Velocity Micro's Atom N270 NoteMagix M10: This month for $380It’s been in hiding since its CES debut, but Velocity Micro’s 10.2-inch NoteMagix M10 is on sale with an April 30 estimated ship date. The base price is $380, and comes in red, blue, and black.

The only customization option besides the color is a DVD writer for $70. You’ll get the usual spec list that you would expect with a 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270 processor and a 6-cell battery. There’s probably not enough here to compete with other brands in the over-saturated netbook market. And it looks a little chunky. But we wish them well.

[Engadget]

Fidelity VPC costs $199

Posted in Netbook by Conner Flynn on February 27th, 2009

Fidelity VPC costs $199The VPC stands for “Very Personal Computer”. Most Netbook manufacturers are working on upping display size and adding more graphics power, but not Fidelity who is offering a first-generation Netbook for the price of $199.

It’s weighs only 1.5lbs, has a 7″ display, USB, Ethernet, WiFi, 2GB of memory, and Linux. All for $199. An Asus Eee 701 will cost around $259 today. So let the cheap Netbook battle commence. Fight!

Asus begins 1000HE Eee PC pre-orders

Posted in Netbook by Nino Marchetti on February 3rd, 2009

Asus 1000HE Eee PC

Asus is preparing to release into retail a new Eee PC netbook. This one is called the 1000HE and it retails for around $400.

The Asus 1000HE Eee PC, available in black or blue body colors, weighs around 3.2 pounds and is powered by an Intel Atom N280 processor which draws not too much power. Battery life on this netbook is rated for around 9.5 hours, made possible in part by a special power management feature called the Super Hybrid Engine.

Cherrypal offers up Bing netbook

Posted in Netbook by Shane McGlaun on January 19th, 2009

Cherrypal BingWith the poor economy and the soaring popularity of cheap netbooks, it’s become normal for new machines to be introduced frequently. Many of the netbooks on the market are from big name makers like Dell, HP, Asus, and MSI. However, even smaller and lesser known computer firms are getting in on the netbook action like Cherrypal.

The Cherrypal Bing is a 10.2-inch netbook offering a screen resolution of 1024 x 768 with 160GB of storage, Intel Atom N270, 160Gb HDD, Wi-Fi, and a webcam. Sounds just like all the other 10-inch netbooks on the market right?

Archos unveils its own mini-laptop netbook thing

Posted in Netbook by Nino Marchetti on January 14th, 2009

Archos 10Archos is taking its first step into the world of laptops, announcing today its first mini laptop. It is called the Archos 10 and it prices around $400 for a three-cell battery model and $450 for a six-cell battery model.

The Archos 10 is pretty much a netbook, the latest category laptops to be garnering the attention of consumers. This particular model runs off of an Intel Atom processor and 1GB of memory. The operating system is Windows XP, 160GB of hard drive storage are available and it sports a 10.2-inch display.

HP Debuts New Smaller Mini Laptop

Posted in Netbook by Nino Marchetti on January 6th, 2009

HP Mini 2140

HP unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show this week a new netbook PC for the on-the-go crowd. It is called the Mini 2140 and it starts pricing around $500.

The Mini 2140 is a 10.1-inch display PC built into a simple aluminum case and starting around 2.6 pounds. It sports a nearly full size QWERTY keyboard, runs off of an Intel Atom processor and has an option available to carry an 80GB solid state drive.

Gdium netbook bound for U.S. market

Posted in Netbook by Shane McGlaun on December 31st, 2008

Gdium NetbookThe netbook market is rapidly getting crowded as everyone who can field a netbook jumps into the market. This means that every time you look around someone is bringing a new netbook to store shelves and most of them share virtually identical specs.

A new netbook is said to be coming to the U.S. sometime in January called the Gdium. The machine has the typical 10-inch screen and while the CPU isn’t mentioned, it’s likely the common Atom we are used to seeing inside everyone’s netbooks.

MSI Wind U115 details turn up

Posted in Netbook by Shane McGlaun on December 30th, 2008

MSI Wind U115Netbooks are hot this year and will continue to be one of the most popular categories in the computer market going into 2009. MSI has one of the best netbooks around with its Wind U110 and it has now released some specs on the follow up U115 netbook.

The U115 features the same 10-inch screen and what appears to be the same keyboard as the U110. The difference comes in with the hybrid design of the U115 and some of the other specs. The U115 has a SSD for the OS that features 16GB of storage.

Laptop Mag gets hands on with new BenQ U101 netbook

Posted in Netbook by Shane McGlaun on December 30th, 2008

BenQ JoyBook U101Say the word netbook and visions of BenQ don’t jump to my mind; I think more of external DVD burners. That didn’t stop BenQ from being the next firm to jump into the netbook market and its first offering is called the JoyBook U101.

Laptop Mag got their geeky hands onto the 10-inch netbook and found that it had the same poorly placed right shift key that the Asus Eee. At least BenQ went for colors and patterns rather than the same old black, white, or silver colors everyone else makes.