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Netbooks by Size

The Red Fox WizBook


This is one of the latest netbooks on the market at the moment. It is the Red Fox WizBook N1020i from Asian Tech based in the Philippines; of course, it is not going to be anything spectacular at all in the specs department, apart from the addition of Bluetooth 3.0 and the Express Card/34 slot, which is very handy.



1.6 GHz Intel Atom N270 processor with 1 GB of RAM

10 inch 1024 x 600 pixel resolution matte screen

Built-in mic and webcam

Stereo speakers

Built-in Express Card/34 slot, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi an

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Price cuts for the Kogan Agora


This is a computer that has been designed following the feedback from customers, Kogan is an Australian computer maker but that does not mean that the Kogan Agora will not be available in the US. It comes with the gOS Linux operating system, this is based on Ubuntu and even a choice of battery, it comes with the standard three cell, but that can be upgraded to a six cell battery.



10.1 inch

1024 x 600 pixel display

1.3 MP webcam

802.11b/g Wi-Fi

Three USB ports

A VGA port

Headphone and micr

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Acer Aspire One 8.9” netbook


The Acer Aspire One is the netbook of choice of the business traveller; it is neat and perfectly formed with a nice 8.9 inch CrystalBrite backlit display. However, the one of the best things is the instant on feature, no more waiting around for twenty minutes for the netbook to start up as this means it will be up and running within fifteen seconds!


Product Features

1.6GHz Atom N270


1.3 Megapixel camera, SDHC and multi-format media readers

802.11b/g, Ethernet, three USB 2.0, VGA, and 3.5mm audio out

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Suzuki enter the market with the 701


The netbook market is so big that even new to the market computer makers are getting in on the act, take the Japanese firm Suzuki, they have brought out the nice and neat looking Neutron 701 mini netbook. This is interesting little machine that offers the user a similar features as any other netbook although this one does seem to have a bit more punch with up 4 Gb in RAM.



Model – Neutron 701 MNI

CPU – Intel® Atom™ processor Z520 (1.3GHZ, 1M Cache, 667MHZ)

Display -7.1″ WSVGA TFT LCD Touch Panel

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New 10” netbook from ZaReason


You feel that ZaReason is a slightly weird name for a computer company and it probably is, but they are making netbooks that come with pre-loaded Ubuntu Linux OS and that is interesting. When buying the machine from new, the buyer can also configure the build to suit their needs.



•10″ 1024×600 Matte LCD

•Intel Atom N270 1.6 GHz CPU

•Intel GMA950 integrated video

•640×480 Webcam

•Draft-N WIFI

•Optional internal 3G modem for mobile broadband connectivity virtually anywh

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LG finally launches the X130


The X130 a 10 inch netbook from LG has been discussed a lot ever since it first came to light, but one thing that stands out is the choice of battery, it seems that consumers will have the choice of three batteries. The 3 cell, 6 cell and the super 9 cell battery that offers a maximum of twelve hours of power.


Specs are the usual:

Atom N270 processor


160 GB HDD

802.11n Wi-Fi

Bluetooth 2.0

Windows XP Home

3G Modem ready

Weight: 1.45 kg

Priced at $632 in Korea

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Two versions of the Apple Tablet


There is plenty of talk about the launch of an Apple Tablet; the rumour now is that there are going to be two version of this large sized iPhone. One that comes with built in webcam and the other that has been specifically designed for students.


Whatever the use for the tablet is will come with a ten inch display and the shiny black back similar to that on the back of the current

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Is this the cheapest netbook in the world?


We have seen many cheap or value netbooks around, but could this be the cheapest the netbook on the market so far? It is the Lanyu eBook LY EB01 and it comes from Shenzhen in China, where else? Clearly, you are not going to get a super set of features, but then what would you expect for $98! Whether it ever ends up in or Europe or the US is another matter though.



ARM powered netbook comes with 266 MHz AK7802Q216 processor

7″ 800 × 480 TFT LCD display

WinCE 5.0 operating system

Wi-Fi connectivity

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Dell partners with Nickelodeon


The computer maker Dell has collaborated with the kids TV channel Nickelodeon to build a special edition netbook aimed at the younger computer user, or maybe not! The netbook can be personalised with characters from the channels shows such as, SpongeBob SquarePants and iCarly. As well as featuring links to Nickelodeon online games and video content.



10.1 inch display with 1024 x 576 resolution

1.6 GHz Intel Atom N270 CPU

New, larger keyboard 92 percent of a standard full-size keyboard for comfort and ease of use

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HP to offer prepaid 3G netbooks


HP are looking to change the face of the prepaid 3G market by offering netbooks and even other devices at greatly subsidised prices, there are rumours that the prices could be as low as $50 and rising up to $100.


In with this deal, the user will get a hundred free minutes to use and then after the user will need to continue under the pay as you go scheme in order to keep the machine connected to the internet. Now the bad news currently this deal is only available in Japan at the moment.


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