I've owned a Toshiba NB300 netbook for a few years, and I still take it on business trips. I chose this model largely because its keyboard is full sized - at least in terms of the key pitch - as I have trouble adapting to the more tightly spaced keys found on many other netbooks and tablet accessory keyboards.
Google’s taste of the cloud-based future, Chromebooks, are now finally available in Australia, posing a new threat to the Windows/Mac duopoly.
With netbooks turning into notbooks thanks to the popularity of tablets, Intel has unleashed its 'Ultrabook' concept as a 'new class of mobile computer'.
AMD's 'Fusion' processors, initially aimed at the more mobile market, have arrived in Australia, with more powerful versions due to come later in the year - is it enough to defeat the competing ARM tablet threat?
N-Trig, the company behind capacitive multitouch screen technology that works with fingers and also a stylus, has released two videos which show the practical applications of how its technology 'enhances the multi-touch experience by giving people more options and ways of connecting with their computers'.
Toshiba is making a push for the multimedia market with its latest netbook. The company has also introduced a second model with a more conventional configuration.
Acer's dual-core Atom powered netbook also sports dual operating systems, the now duelling Windows 7 Starter and Android OS 2.1, both vying for your attention with an easy way to go from Android to Win 7 without rebooting, an extra boost from DDR3 capability, restored mouse buttons and more, all to make you one happy Acer netbook user.
Acronis, a leading provider of easy-to-use backup, recovery, and security solutions for physical, virtual, and cloud environments, today announced the launch of its new backup and recovery software for netbooks, Acronis® True Imageâ„¢ Home 2011 Netbook Edition. With optimised design for netbooks including screen size and hardware configuration, Acronis True Image Home 2011 Netbook Edition also comes with new functions, simplified handling and enhanced Windows 7 Support.
Small laptop and netbook PCs may become obsolete in the wake of smart tablet devices like the Apple iPad, according to a new market research study. The study shows that users are increasingly looking for devices that are more portable than small PCs, while providing easier connectivity to the net.
AT&T has increased the early termination fee applied to smartphone and netbook customers that don't let their 24-month contracts run their course.
Sony's VAIO W series netbook is a well made, attractive notebook with a sensational display and great performance. It's not perfect but will suit the vast majority of netbook users.
Canonical just managed to squeeze it in before the end of the month, but the long-awaited latest edition of Ubuntu Linux is now online and available for free download.
China's phone manufacturers have cooked up all kinds of interesting smartphones, from iClones to the real deals under contract from western tech companies, and now Linux geeks can get their geek on with a tablet PC-like smartphone, but does it beat the Android gPhones or the real Apple iPhone?
After a year of doling out claret coloured netbook computers to NSW high-school kids Lenovo is about to start issuing this year's big blue model, and the company's global CEO Yang Yuanqing will be in Sydney this morning to witness the start of the rollout.
As the world economy picks up and a slew of new gadgets come onto the scene, industry soothsayers are predicting a strong upswing in DRAM sales.
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