Asus have been tight lipped on the progress of the Eee PC 1015T-MU17 Seashell 10.1″ Netbook Computer, but now suddenly it is all systems go and the netbook is available with $30 off at selected US online retailers.
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The Lamborghini branded Asus Eee PC VX6 netbook has touchdown in the UK offering fans of the Lamborghini high performance cars a chance to get their hands on something that carries the famous sports car logo!
It is basically a standard netbook from Asus, no turbo charging under the hood or anything like it, but this is a clever bit of marketing and the netbook actually looks quite nice too!
As the mobile carrier T Mobile are now able to offer 4G on its network it stands to reason that it might a be a good idea that the popular netbook, the Mini 10 from Dell would be able to support 4G.
The netbook itself remains the same apart from the fact it will be able to connect to the 4G network and experience faster connection speeds allowing the user to download content and surf the net at much faster speeds.
The Samsung NF210 netbook was launch back in September and now it is available in the US with the first the models turning up on Amazon with a price tag of $379!
The ten inch netbook is based on the Pine Trail platform and co
Samsung have launched what is being described as the higher end of the NF range of netbooks, it is the NF310 and it joins the other two models in the shark fin style design.
The netbook comes with standard sized 10.1 inch display with 1366 x 768 high definition resolutions, 1 GB of RAM and a 250 GB hard drive, this netbook is currently on sale at
Some netbooks tend to be slightly bland and dull in their appearance, but Samsung have a different look on the design of the N150 netbook by bringing out two fantastic cover colours, bright red and blushing pink, these colours are complimented with the all white keyboard and body.
The specs appear to have remained the same and unfortunately it appears that the roll out is taking place in Europe.
It was not that long ago when Asus launched the Eee PC 1015PN netbook, but since then there have been a few changes, the netbook essentially remains the same but Asus have added the latest NVIDIA ION graphics features and the NVIDIA Optimus Graphics Switching technology, therefore the netbook is able to provide the user with full 1080p playback support.
This is a hot off the press moment with very little information around at the moment, but we know that Jolicloud founder Tariq Krim has confirmed the netbook launch and even released a few images on what we can expect the new netbook and packaging to look like.
There are no details on specs or price, not even a release date, so it is a little bit up in air at the moment, one thing that is for sure is the Linux Ubuntu based operating system Jolicloud will be there running show.
They say that this laptop has been design for women, but you have to think that is because of the lid design and the colours available, these include Gold Dust, Angel Skin and Purple Rain, while the lid has distinctive grain style finish to it.
This is a new model, but currently Asus have not released the prices, although it is expected that the final price will be between $350 and $400.
Sprint are claiming a bit of a coup with the launch of a 3G/4G embedded netbook and notebook. The device is in fact the Dell Inspiron Mini 10 (1012) with Windows 7 Starter will be available from the 31st October and the Dell Inspiron 11z Notebook this one will come with Windows 7 Premium will be available to consumers from the 14th November.