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Wednesday, 28 January 2009 13:14

Eee Top - top in touch but top in price, too?

The touch revolution arrived long ago but has been getting refined ever since, and while the iPhone has shown the way, the Eee Top aims to bring touch screens to the masses at a price that’s cheaper than HP’s touch screen computers but still expensive compared to netbooks. Given the Eee Top uses an Atom processor, can we expect similar pricing for touch capable netbooks, too?

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Out of nowhere, an independent software developer has produced his own fast and fancy netbook operating system. It promises lightning boot times, an iPhone-esque icon-studded interface, modern cloud apps. The secret ingredient is Linux.

Published in The Linux Distillery
Are you or your employees stuck in “space-constrained” offices or cubicles? Then Dell’s new “OptiPlex 160” might be the answer to a bit of extra space on your desk, although if a few inches of extra space is the difference between sanity and insanity in the office, you might have other problems.

Published in Fuzzy Logic




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