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Rumour: HP will port webOS to netbooks?

Dumping a smartphone operating system onto a computing device like a netbook may not be the most sensible thing to do, but it cannot be denied that OEMs have attempted to do so with varying levels of success. And if HP has its way, the next entrant to the netbook

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Toshiba unleashes NB500 series netbooks

Despite the increasing popularity of tablet devices, the netbooks aren't going away anytime soon. For Japanese maker Toshiba, it has announced its new NB500 series that come in five fanciful colors, and also the NB520 model which is equipped with premium Harmon Kardon speakers. (Not a common sight for netbooks with quality speakers). (more…)

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Google’s Chrome OS netbook coming next week

Aside from the Android mobile platform, Google also has the Chrome OS which is a platform designed for netbooks and laptops for users to work with web applications. Earlier in January, the Singapore media had a glimpse of the Chrome OS and that it is scheduled to be available later

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Reviews

Dell Mini 1018: Mini is Where Goodness Is At

Is bigger always better? It may apply in most situations, but the new Dell Mini 1018 does seem to discredit that particular saying. So is smaller better in this case? VR-Zone puts Dell's latest netbook to the test with our surgical skills and analytic brains. (more…)

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Dell Mini 1018 Available For Sale in Singapore

If the popularity of netbooks are of any indication, it is apparent that the world has embraced the cheap, tiny, and low-power device as a suitable platform to satisfy their on-the-go internet desires. And Dell has introduced yet another such mobile computer to the local market: its new Mini 1018.

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HP Announces New Additions To Existing Notebook Lineups

With notebooks fast replacing desktops as the computing platform of choice, it is understandable that one would want to invest in a decent mobile computer to fulfill their daily computing needs. And HP done just that with its latest additions to the current ENVY, Mini and entry-level notebooks. Read on

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