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    Intel AppUp Center Review

    The app. It was one of the buzz words of 2010. It has redefined how we enjoy electronic entertainment. Of course, the app in 2010 was mostly relegated to the smartphone, and those who had one could enjoy brilliant titles like Tap Tap Revenge and the current pig-wrecking juggernaut that is Angry Birds. Apps weren’t […]

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    Speck CorePack FLY 10 for Netbooks Review

    Amidst Speck’s vast line up of products is the CorePack Fly 10 for devices up to 10.2 inches. Netbooks, iPads, eReaders will all fit comfortably, with plenty of room for more in this bad. The new MacBook Air is a smidge bigger but it fits inside quite well too. This bag is ideal for travel […]

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    Speck PortPack-10 Netbook and iPad Bag Review

    We love pretty much any case Speck has to offer. Their cases are all well designed, durable, affordable and fashionable. The Speck PortPack-10 tote for iPad and netbooks is no exception. The PortPack is shaped like a classic laptop messenger bag, but it’s scaled down to comfortably accommodate iPad and netbooks. PortPack-10 is a two […]

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    Asus Eee PC 1015PW Fashion Netbook Makes Waves

    Asus is keeping up a good track record with their fashion netbooks. Their latest is the 1015W which sports a wave design available in purple rain, gold dust or angel skin. This EEE PC packs in 10 hours of battery life, a chiclet style keyboard, 802.11n, Bluetooth 3.0, a 250 or 320GB hard drive, the […]

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    Asus Eee PC 1008P Seashell Karim Rashid Collection Review

    The Karim Rashid Collection ASUS Eee PC Seashell 1008P is not your ordinary Eee PC, it has been revamped by designer Kim Rashid, essentially transforming it into one of the nicest notebooks on the market. Available in hot pink or matte coffee brown, the Karim Rashid Collection ASUS Eee PC Seashell 1008P is covered in […]

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    Samsung SE-S084 is the Kate Moss of DVD Writers

    At just 17mm thin, the new Samsung SE-S084 is the world’s thinnest DVD writer. It has been designed to perfectly compliment notebooks and ultraportables by also being very light so that it wont weigh down your bag. The Samsung SE-S084 also comes in a selection of 7 colors (black, silver, white, yellow, wine red, pink […]

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    Intel AppUp Center Beta is an App Store for Netbooks

    Intel has just released a public beta of their netbook App Store, Intel AppUp. The apps available on AppUp are all optimized for netbooks. AppUp is loaded with a variety of free and paid applications. While it is positioned for netbooks, the apps seem to work on any PC (but resolution might not be optimized). […]

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    CES 2010: New HP Mini 210 and HP Mini 2102 Netbooks

    The HP Mini 210 and HP Mini 2102 are not major overhauls of HP’s previous Mini series of notebooks, but this round of updates sport some nice refinements. Both systems weigh 2.69lbs, are less than one inch thin with unto 10 hours of battery life, they sport a 10.1″ LED screen, a 93 percent full […]

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    HP Pavilion dv2 Review

    I’ve been eyeing the HP Pavilion dv2 ever since it was announced at CES. Mostly because of its good looks and near netbook-like pricing. Also, it seemed like the dv2 could be the best of both worlds – an affordable ultraportable that is almost as convenient to carry around as a netbook, but with the […]

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    Hands on with the Viliv S5, UMID mbook M1 and Other MIDs

    I used to associate MIDs as ultra-pricey luxury gadgets for super rich geeks, but after getting a hands on with some of them at Intel’s headquarters, I was surprised to see how many new MIDs are coming out that are actually affordable and still worthy of a good amount of gadget lust. This is a […]