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The netbook was just a transition device to the post-PC era. In retrospect, Apple's iPad was the meteor that forced netbooks into extinction.
It's all about suitability to task.
Need to type on an iPad or Galaxy Tab? The ZAGGfolio gives you a Bluetooth keyboard and a sturdy but lightweight protective case, turning your tablet into more of a netbook.
Netbook sales are shrinking as quickly as you can say "iPad," but that hasn't deterred HP from pumping out a new model for a tepid market. The company says its Mini 1104 is designed for business pros and students on a budget.
Video walkthrough of Windows 8 for tablets: Already a tough selling point for tepid Gen Y tablet prospectives
A video demonstration of Windows 8 in action. Could this really rival an iPad, and why should I 'go tablet' when I can 'go netbook'?
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An IDC analyst argues that PCs will remain much bigger than tablets for the next several years.
Microsoft now admits that Apple's iPad is cannibalizing netbook sales.
Another day. Another technology CEO noting that the Apple iPad is stealing some sales away from the netbook and notebook market. This time, it's AMD CEO Dirk Meyer up to bat.
With Apple's iPad making its presence felt in homes and offices, it's time to ask the question: who needs a netbook?
Toshiba has resurrected the UMPC (remember those?) as an answer to Apple's iPad and perhaps signaling the evolution of the netbook. Toshiba is promising something more than a netbook, slate or smartphone. What is that extra something?
The data points highlighting slower netbook growth ahead are beginning to stack up. Simply put, consumers are opting for either tablets like the iPad or ultra-thin laptops over netbooks. The netbook is headed for niche-ville.
The netbook market is being devoured by the Apple iPad, according to a new report.
You're going to be hearing a lot about whether the iPad can be an adequate replacement for the netbook, which Steve Jobs derided when he first announced the Apple tablet back in January. In particular, netbooks with 10-inch screens appear vulnerable as their screen size is similar to the iPad's 9.
Cisco's big announcement and some thoughts about the fate of netbooks top today's headlines.
Slates such as Apple's iPad won't affect netbook sales, as former are single-use luxury items catering to a niche consumer group, industry watchers say.
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