Easy Computer Sync lets you quickly and easily synchronize data between two computers using a USB 2.0 Easy Transfer Cable. Designed...
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Kocasco 7" Android Netbook Tablet for $70
The 10.1-inch Transformer Book T100 is a well made and attractively priced hybrid Windows 8.1 tablet. However, its moderate specification and small size make it difficult to recommend as your primary Windows device.
In an age of hybrid tablet/notebooks and Ultrabooks, Gateway releases what's essentially a $329.99 Windows 8 netbook.
Is Pano System for the Cloud another example of virtual access to remote computing resources? Does it really offer more than merely using a Web Browser on a Tablet, Netbook or low cost PC? Pano Logic would say yes.
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.
On 2008, with its commitment to further strengthen the quality of technology education and information in the Philippines. INFOCHAT...
Asus's Transformer tablet -- which converts quickly between a slim 10-inch Android tablet and a netbook -- has been quietly successful, and the Taiwanese company is preparing a more advanced version called Transformer Prime. This will be the first tablet to use Nvidia's impressive quad-core Tegra 3 processor, code-named Kal-El.
At IDF this week Intel gave an update on its Atom roadmap and talked about how the upcoming Cedar Trail SOC will work in hybrid devices that blur the lines between laptops and tablets.
A battery monitoring utility for portable computers, intended to provide you with all the battery data, to help prolong its life and...
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'?
Pity the poor netbook. Once tech's darling, it's been the primary casualty in the industry's tablet PC mania.
Back in 2000 or so I had a wonderful machine, a Vadem Clio. Actually I still have it: it was one of the first true tablet computers, a Windows CE hybrid device that let you rotate its screen into one of three positions: as an easel, as a small notebook device and as a tablet.
Two-in-one devices combining tablet and netbook experience are "complicated" to market and more costly than non-hybrid counterparts, making them appeal only to niche segment, analyst says.
Tablet and touch devices will not strike the hearts and minds of the student market, though hybrid part-netbook part-tablet devices could act as a compromise for now.
At CES 2011, Asus announced a new family of tablet devices using its "Eee" moniker, ranging from a pocketable 7-inch device with a stylus to a netbook-like device with a sliding keyboard.
Netbook category will remain, but its market share is being eroded by the emergence of tablet computers and cheaper laptops, say analysts who believe that netbooks will evolve with competition.
Dell showed off a raft of new products in London yesterday, including the Inspiron Duo netbook/tablet, an all-in-one touch screen PC, an M101z netbook, and the latest Dell Streak mobile phone. One of Dell's staff also had a Venue Pro running Windows Phone 7.
Dell's Inspiron duo, a hybrid tablet-netbook, is now available---at least at Microsoft's store---but the larger question is whether this contraption will find a market.
Dell showed its forthcoming Inspiron Duo Tablet at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF 2010) but it would be nice if it called it the Dell Flip, or at least the Dell Transformer. It’s a convertible -- it works either as a netbook PC or as an entertainment tablet -- but takes a different approach to swivelling the screen, as show in the video below.
Whether it's a tablet, netbook, or cell phone, a battery powered device is useless if the battery runs out. That's why the most important feature of the perfect Android tablet will be a long-lasting battery. Or two.
As I travel from event to event, I've begun to notice a pattern. Attendees tell me that they're using a device such as a computer, an internet tablet, a netbook or a smartphone that they themselves purchased rather than using a company-supplied device.
Toshiba is announcing three new mobile computers today, and two of them are entries into new markets. The Libretto W100 will attract the most attention as the world's first dual-touchscreen portable, while the AC100 is Toshiba's first Google Android-based netbook computer (commonly called a 'smartbook').
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