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Fujitsu's Stylistic Q550 has a functional and robust design. We appreciate the removable battery, while the Infinity Lounge Windows 7 overlay has potential. However, performance is mediocre and internal storage sparse. There should also be a housing on the chassis for the stylus.
An upgrade cycle for corporate PCs and datacentres helped lift Intel to better-than-expected second quarter results
Asus practically created the netbook category and is not ready to quit. This Eee features the dual core N570 processor with 10-11 hours of battery life.
As with Microsoft, Intel's prowess in the conventional PC world of desktops and laptops has not provided much help when it comes to smaller mobile devices. Intel's been a non-player in smartphones, and it's late to the game when it comes to tablet PCs.
The company has finally managed to acquire the correct licensing agreement to allow it to sell its Atom-powered Commodore PC64 from Christmas
Mac Mini competition? Shuttle's ultra-slim X350 PC packs dual-core Atom D510 CPU, Nvidia Ion graphics
Looking for an alternative to the new Mac Mini? Shuttle is introducing one that's similarly svelte, plus features the latest in -- well, let's be honest -- netbook technology.
Habey USA has a new entry into the mini PC market: an "ultra-compact fanless" model named the BIS-6620. Along with being "noiseless," it's also budget-friendly.
The chipmaker has announced better-than-expected first-quarter earnings — a sign that PC sales are heading back to normal, according to CEO Paul Otellini
Asus packs the same basic components found in other Netbooks into a stylish, slim chassis for a modest premium in price, with some unfortunate keyboard-layout compromises.
The retailer claims to be the first in the country to offer a netbook using the Atom chip — the Advent 4211, a rebadged version of the MSI Wind
In what must surely be the least surprising news of the last few months, it seems Intel's Classmate PC will, in its latest (third) iteration, get Intel's low-powered Atom chipset.Umm, and that's it.
The Eee 901 subnotebook and Eee Box desktop machine are expected to appear at the Computex exhibition, with other launches also possible
If you listen to Intel, the last hold-outs against the x86 instruction set are about to fall — with super-powered Nehalem swarms mopping up the high end of massed Power PC supercomputers, and sneaky little Atoms nibbling away at the ARM embedded market.
If you listen to Intel, the last hold-outs against the x86 instruction set are about to fall -- with super-powered Nehalem swarms mopping up the high end of massed Power PC supercomputers, and sneaky little Atoms nibbling away at the ARM embedded market.Apple doesn't listen to Intel much.
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