Category Archives: Netbook News

Many people start out looking for netbooks, due to its smaller size and portability. Netbooks can be great for business and travel as you can still get the work done without carrying a full load. Netbooks will allow you to do things like type long e-mails and run business software while tablet devices like the iPad and Samsung Tab won’t.

Here you will find all the latest netbook news and our recommendations:

Safer online shopping is here


Worried about your personal and financial details being lifted by some criminal? Then this may be just the thing that you have been waiting for. It is a USB device that turns out to be a personal credit card swipe machine, it reads the details on the card and send it off to the online retailer with no interceptions.



Plug and Play Installation – Just run the installation software and plug the device into an open USB port.

Automatic Updates – As our software becomes more advanced, we will automatically share th

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Cool TV tuner netbooks


A partnership between the semiconductor firm MaxLinear and Hauppauge Digital to produce a neat little TV tuner designed especially for laptops and netbooks. The MxL5007T can pick up over the air HD (ATSC TV) signals.


This device also works with European and other standards such as DVB-T, DVB-H, DTMB, QAM and unencrypted HD cable video channels. This comes out as competition to the only other netbook tuner, the one that has been in the news recently from Dell for the

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AT&T expand netbook range


The mobile broadband provider AT&T has added more mini laptops to its subsidised range, as from now new customers will be able to pick up an Acer Aspire One, Dell Inspiron Mini 10, and Lenovo IdeaPad S10.


All three machines offer similar specs, 10 inch display, 1 Gb, 160 Gb hard drive, Windows XP and multi touch trackpad. The cost for the machines will $200 when taken on a two year contract at a cost of $40 per month

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The Durros 8404 rugged tablet shipped


Anyone looking for a tough tablet laptop may be interested in the new Durros 8404 rugged tablet laptop that is being shipped right now. It has an 8.4 inch touchscreen display. This computer is rugged and tough just right for job where the computer is likely to be knocked around a little.



8.4” daylight-readable LED SVGA touchscreen panel

Display boasts a brightness of 1,100 NIT and a 120-degree viewing angle

Intel Atom CPU

Hot-swappable battery

IP65-rated solid-aluminium chassis


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Vodafone introduce the Vitesse



SmarTone Vodafone the Hong Kong based mobile communications provider is introducing their own netbook onto the market. This is a ten inch device that will be provided free of charge to those customers who are willing to sign on the dotted line for twenty four months.



The 10.1 inch (1024 x 600) display is powered by a 1.6GHz N270 Atom PCU



3G module

Wi-Fi (b/g)

3 cell (1800mAh) battery

Weighs 1kg (2.15lbs)

Measures just 0.9-inches in thickness

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Samsung launch the Go in the US


It may have been around for a while but getting your hands on one of these things is truly difficult, but some folks have managed it now. It turns out that the US version is something special indeed this is because it comes with a six cell battery, sure it slightly on the chubby side but you can accept this as it is good for around eight and half hours of use, now that is good!



10.1 inch 1024 x 600 resolution display

1.6 GHz Intel Atom N270 processor

1 GB of RAM

160 GB hard drive

Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g

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