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Posts Tagged ‘netbook’

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by John Brandon
This Android-powered netbook – which runs a Linux core – boots and runs faster than any Windows alternative…

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by John Brandon
This small netbook has options galore – including an HDMI port and built-in 3G – but you’ll have to sign up to a contract for a more attractive price. John Brandon takes the Nokia Booklet 3G for a test drive…

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by John Brandon
Like most netbooks that use an Intel Atom processor, the Toshiba Mini NB205works well as an internet device, but not a great deal more…

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by John Brandon
A netbook is only as powerful as the software you install on it. If you install the right operating system and focus your attention on web apps and not software you install on the hard drive, most models reveal their true nature as thin clients that have internal storage for music, movies, a vast photo library, backups and business documents.

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Posted by Russell Barnes
Lenovo is cranking out the netbooks so fast, it’s hard to keep pace. Recently, this major manufacturer (the fourth biggest PC maker in the world) released the IdeaPad S10 netbook, and now the company has birthed the updated S12…

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