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Sony Vaio W

Sony Vaio W Netbook

Sony joins the netbook game with the Vaio W line, which they refer to as “a chic new line of mini notebooks” available in white, brown and pink.

Starting at $499.99 these machines are powered by a 1.66 GHz Intel processor, got a 1366×768 10.1" “XBRITE-ECO” widescreen display, 1GB RAM, 160GB hard drive, bluetooth + 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, available in and weighs a mere 2.6 lbs. Along with that you get two USB ports and a web camera + microphone.

SonyStyle.com: Sony Vaio W series

Sony Vaio W Netbook

(via acquire)

Posted by TG July 7th 2009 | Link to this post

Touch Book Netbook Tablet

Touch Book Netbook Tablet by Always Innovating

The Touch Book by Always Innovating might look like a regular netbook at first glance but with features like a 95%-sized keybard along with a fully detachable 8.9" touch display that can be used as a tablet it might just be a bit more interesting to some people.

It’s powered by an OMAP3530 ARM chip and sports 256MB RAM + 256MB NAND memory along with a 8GB SD card for storage (no hard drive on this one). Besides that you get wi-fi, bluetooth, three USB-ports and a 3D accelerometer.

The Touch Book is said to start shipping next month to a price of $300 for the tablet section, $400 if you want the keyboard too.

Read more @ Laptopmag

Posted by TG June 29th 2009 | Link to this post

HP Mini 5101 Looks Good

Here’s HP Mini 5101, a sturdy, ultralight laptop with a bit more muscle than your average netbook. It’s enclosed in black, brushed aluminum and aluminum alloys and sports a Intel Atom processor, a 10.1" LED display, a spill-resistant keyboard 95% the size of a regular one and it weighs in at just 2.6 pounds.

It’s available with three different screen resolutions (WSVGA and higher) and with either a lighter four-cell battery or a six-cell battery offering up to 8 hours of runtime. When it comes to storage you get a 7,200 RPM hard drive alternatively an optional solid state drive with either 80 or 128 gigs.

The HP Mini 5101 starts at $449 and is expected to be available in late July.

Link: HP.com/personal

(via crunchgear, crave)

Posted by TG June 24th 2009 | Link to this post

Netbook Stand With DVD/CD Drive

Japanese Century offers a slim and highly portable netbook stand sporting both a built-in and tiny fan (4 cm) to help keep your computer cool and an integrated CD/DVD multidrive. It’s a bit on the expensive side though, they want $100 for it. Wait a while and cheaper alternatives might just pop up.

Century.co.jp: Netbook stand CNBS-WT/0DD

(Via OhGizmo)

Posted by TG April 30th 2009 | Link to this post

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