Wednesday Laptop and Notebook Review and News Roundup

Here is a look at the top headlines from around the net.

News from the Net:

Dell announced three new artsy laptop designs Tuesday that let you spruce up your computer and do some good at the same time.

One Laptop Per Child confirmed it will start selling the XO laptop through on Monday.

“We were going to a cocktail party at 10 at night. A party!” Nesbitt said. “And he had his cord and laptop.”

Growth in the PC notebook, storage, peripherals, and industrial market sectors continues to propel the IEEE 1394 (FireWire) standard to another strong year of growth.

Woe to the hoodie-wearing miscreant who steals a Mac laptop equipped with MacTrak. He’s likely to find his photo plastered all over the Internet—and the police at his door.

Best of the blogosphere:

  • Engadget likes the UMID “super mini laptop:”

Netbooks too big for you? MIDs too cramped? What you need is a super mini laptop from Korean company UMID, one of the sexiest entrants into what seems to be a burgeoning sub-netbook category.

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One Response to Wednesday Laptop and Notebook Review and News Roundup

  1. Laptops with an exciting design have quite an effect on the owners, as they know what is being displayed to anyone who walks by, and also feel like the internals of their laptop are affected by the design. The feelings we get from items such as this might as well be reality-based, as they represent actual enjoyment derived from a non-standard source.

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