All posts tagged "Netbooks"

  • Intel Pineview Chips To Replace the Atom for Netbooks in Q4

    Intel announced that they would be delivering new Pineview processors for Netbooks to PC makers in Q4 2009. The Pineview processors is expected to make the chip faster, smaller and reduce power consumption. This could result in thinner netbook designs with longer and better batter life. Read more..

  • Samsung launches N140 Netbook with 11 hours battery life

    Samsung has one up in the Netbook race with the launch of the Samsung netbook N140 which promises 11 hours of battery life. Samsung netbook N140 is powered by a one 6-cell battery and weighs only 1.27kg. It will have a 10.1″ LED display, integrated 3 Watt stereo speakers and SRS effects to provide rich

  • Titan launches the new G12T notebook cooling pad

    Taiwan based Titan launches the TTC-G12TZ, a new cooling pad made of pure aluminum. Coupled with dual 70mm low-noise fans, it is a high quality thermal solution for laptops and netbooks. The dual 70mm fans embedded in the cooling base dissipates the heat generated by the laptops/netbooks quietly without compromising on cooling performance and efficiency.

  • PROLiNK Glee TA-009 Netbook

    Local manufacturer PROLiNK has recently announced their new netbook product which comes in the form of Glee TA-009. Let’s see how good it is compared to the other mini notebook PCs/netbooks in the market.

  • Nokia to offer ARM-based smartbook in addition to Booklet 3G

    Sources indicate that Nokia, with its recent announced netbook, the Nokia Booklet 3G, will also be offering an ARM-based smartbook. Its initial batch is most likely to outsource the production to either Compal Electronics or Foxconn Electronics

  • Nokia Unveils Booklet 3G Netbook

    Yes, you heard right. Mobile phone maker Nokia has unveiled their new Booklet 3G netbook which is powered by Intel Atom processor and features Wi-Fi, integrated mobile broadband, Bluetooth and assisted GPS (A-GPS).

  • Suzuki Neutron 710 MNI

    While most mini notebook PCs/netbooks manufacturers are moving from 8 to 10-inch size, Suzuki recently came up with their 7.1-inch netbook with touchscreen display. No, you didn’t hear wrongly. Suzuki, as we know, produce cars and motorbikes, but they do have computers too.

  • PROLiNK Unveils Glee TA-009 netbook

    PROLiNK has recently announced their new Glee TA-009 netbook which claims to be the ultimate entertainment companion for the mobile users. Equipped with Intel Atom N270 processor, 1GB memory and 1.3-megapixel webcam, the 10.1-inch TA-009 features 4-in-1 card reader and WLAN 802.11b/g (optional 3G Card).

  • Acer and Asus Freezes Netbook Releases Until 2010

    In a recent move by Intel that the upcoming Pine Trail-M platform Atom N450 processor has been delayed to 2010, Acer and ASUS have frozen the launch of new netbook platforms.

  • Viewsonic Unleashes New Nettops, Netbooks, Media PCs

    Viewsonic has unleashed a range of new products from netbooks to media PCs, a clear stand that they are doing their best to diversify from the monitor industry. Lets take a closer look

  • ASUS Expands Eee PC Seashell Series

    ASUS has recently announced two new additions to its Eee PC Seashell Series, namely the 1101HA and 1005HA. The 1101HA has a 11.6-inch LED backlight display while the 1005HA sports a 10.1-inch screen.

  • Samsung Asia Makes a Comeback with New Notebook PCs

    Last month, VR Zone has a quick look at the NC310/N310 netbook in the Samsung office. And today, the manufacturer has officially brought the notebook PCs back to Singapore (when they pulled out few years ago). The line-up include X460, R420 and R470 notebook PCs, as well as the N120 and N310 netbooks.

  • Manli M1 Series Netbook

    Manli, a Hong Kong manufacturer and supplier of graphics card, motherboard, netbooks and other peripherals/components, has recently announced their new M1 series netbook designed with good performance and affordable price tag.

  • Sony Announces VAIO W notebook PC

    If you find the Sony VAIO P too small to use, check out the latest VAIO W notebook PC that is also powered by Intel’s Atom processor. Comes in Berry Pink, Sugar White and Cocoa Brown, the VAIO W will be retailing next month at 60,000 yen (or approximately US$630).

  • BenQ Announces Joybook Lite U102

    BenQ has recently announced their new netbook, Joybook Lite U102 that comes equipped with Intel Atom processor, 10.1-inch UltraVivid 16:9 WSVGA LED-backlit screen, 250GB HDD, three USB 2.0 slots, and a 4-in-1 card reader.

  • Lenovo’s S12 Netbook Unveiled

    Lenovo has finally unveiled their 12 inch netbook – S12 on their online shop, featuring a full sized keyboard on a ultra slim design. No Ion chipset yet as it will come later in September, read on for more details

  • HP Unveils Mini 5101 and ProBook 4310s

    Today, HP announced the latest Mini 5101 and ProBook 4310s designed for the business travellers. Powered by Intel Atom processor, the Mini 5101 offers a 10.1-inch LED display and spill-resistant keyboard, while the 13.3-inch ProBook 4310s features a glossy noir or merlot finish and a spacious full-sized keyboard.

  • Disney and Asus Announces Netpal For Kids

    It is common to see gadgets in collaboration with other companies for unique product launches. In an announcement between Disney and Asus, a new netbook (again?) has been confirmed. Known as Netpal, it is targeted towards kids and has features…well, targeted for kids.

  • Sony’s Vaio P Gets Refresh In Hardware

    Sony’s Vaio P gets a refresh in its internals, making it a tad more attractive thats its previous configurations. Japan’s version will also include a WiMax configuration.

  • Atom N2XX-based Netbooks May Not Get Upgrade To Windows 7

    Increased costs in Windows 7 as compared to Windows XP may force netbook vendors to  consider keeping their Intel Atom N270 and N280-based netbooks to use Windows XP and will not offer upgrades to Windows 7. Here’s more in the full article