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An Android Laptop for $76

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It seems too good to be true, but this is a real machine being offered in China, clearly a clone, but who is going to be complaining when the asking price for this machine is just $76.

This laptop comes with a ten inch screen, front facing camera, 4 Gb of Nand Flash memory and is powered by the AMLogic Cortex A9 CPU, it is not going to set the world of computing on fire, but when it comes to value, this is n

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Laptop shelf by Marathon Ma-Lts

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This unit happens to be a universal add on shelf, but it can be used for laptops, which is what we are interested in. the shelf can be placed either on the front or rear side of the laptop stand, this gives the user a little extra capacity to play with.

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Carry Laptop Accessories, Music Electronics, Small Mixers, effects and discs, and etc.

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OCZ Neutrino DIY Netbook Reviewed!

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The OCZ Neutrino will be available very very soon at $269, with similar features to many other netbooks such as the Eee PC including but not limited to a mere 2.86 pounds, 10-inch 1024×600 pixel screen, Intel Atom N270 1.6Ghz processor, 512KB L2 cache, Intel 945GSE motherboard, and the rest configurations you get to choose as it’s a “DIY” netbook, first of its kind.

I highly do like this laptop since it gives the use

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Panasonic Toughbook 30 Review

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Panansonic’s new Toughbook 30 is now available, probably one of the most rugged laptops ever built.

The Panasonic Toughbook 30 features an Intel Core 2 Duo 7500/ 1.6Ghz Centrino Duo, 1 gig of RAM, 80 gigs of harddrive, WiFi, Ethernet, Bluetooth, and option for Vista Business or XP Pro.

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Dell Inspiron 1526 Review!

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I have to say that after using my Dell Inspiron 1525 for couple months, I highly recommend Dell’s new 1526 series too.  Least but not least, Dell as a company have changed their product line drastically over the years through innovative engineering and basically more money in engineering.

The

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ASUS N280 Review!

Remember that the ASUS N280 was now available to pre-order?  Well, now you can pre-order on Amazon right here.  Don’t miss out and get your ASUS N280 as soon as it comes out.

Here’s the specs again:

Be at the forefront of technology and enjoy all the benefits with Eee PC 1000HE. The first netbook to have the Intel Atom N280 processor, the Eee PC 1000HE is energy efficient. Its incredible 9.5-ho

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Acer Aspire One D150 Netbook Review!

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We saw that the new Acer Aspire D150 came out “yesterday”.

Acer Aspire One AOD150-1165 netbook is finally available for pre-order on Amazon as of today.

Here’s the specs on this little beast:

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Today’s LaptopPimp Netbook Review – The Samsung NC10-14GB!

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For today’s choice of netbook review worth getting and worth your time, we are going to be recommending the most expensive “blue” Samsung NC10-14GB from Amazon.

For all its worth, Samsung has been making laptops for longer than anyone else including both Acer and Aspire.

In the past, Samsung has stopped selling their top-of-the-line laptops in America, due to the fact that the market here has fierce competition and the laptops were made, localized to South Koreans, not

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Invisible laptop speakers

Invisible laptop speakers

This may seem to be something of an amazing story, speakers that can be fitted to a laptop, but remains invisible to the naked eye while the quality of the sound is second to none. It uses a motor array, which vibrate a clear membrane.

 

 

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Kinyo launch audio bar speaker

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This is ideal for laptops as these speaker systems can be powered through the USB port, making it a fast and easy way of connecting up to some serious sound and at the same time freeing up some space.

 

 

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