Note: this applies to netbooks with a Nvidia ION/ATI Radeon discrete graphics. No luck here, Intel Integrated Graphics…
In the first Skyrim on a netbook post, I mentioned how the game is barely playable on a netbook even after all the tweaking. Well, apparently, that’s not the end of [...]
Netbooks are not known to have massive hard drives that you’ll automatically get when you buy a full-sized computer. No doubt, one of the biggest reasons for this is probably because when you buy a netbook, you’re buying something which is supposed to be as cheap as possible. My theory is that they use parts [...]
If you’re like me, and have moved to Canada for a long stint, and need your own private internet connection, then you might want to consider Wind Mobile’s Infinite Laptop Plan, going for around $29 a month and “promising” speeds of 7.2Mbps on the Huawei-made E1691 data stick, and even more on the 4G-capable stick. [...]
In the realm of netbook processors, the more GHz does not imply more power. Just think of it this way: a dual-core AMD E-350 running at 1.6GHz can beat the top-of-the-line (as of now) Intel Atom N570, which is also dual-core, and on the surface, faster than the E-350 because of an extra 0.06GHz. Not [...]
In the past, if you wanted to connect computer-to-computer for internet sharing purposes, you could use Windows’ Internet Connection Sharing, which would create an adhoc connection between two computers. However, adhoc connections do have limitations – chief of which, certain devices cannot connect to it, and adhoc connections limit the number of connections you can [...]
Liliputing reports that there will be two new systems that will be released this year.
Acer will release at least two Ultrabooks this year, going by the name Ultrabook S3 for the 13″ version and a 11″ version as part of its Aspire S series.
The Acer Ultrabook S3 will [...]
There has been some talk that netbooks are going to die. I’m not too sure about that because I am happily using a netbook and I have no intention of changing my de facto travel computer. It seems to be true in the dining area in the Hong Kong airport.
Walking around, not everyone has a [...]
Asus reports that it will be launching five to six Ultrabooks in October in New York, when it will display its full range of Ultrabooks that will be priced from $899 – $1,999. The Ultrabooks will have screen sizes of 11.6″ to 13.3″ and will be ultra-thin and ultra-portable. Publicly-known models are the 11.6″ UX21 [...]
The latest benchmark shows what’s to come in the future. Both the Atom and Fusion line are being upgraded and just like all upgrades, both will feature improvements in processing power
AMD’s next-gen Fusion line will feature the C-60, E-300 and E-450 processors while [...]
If you didn’t know already, the Dell Inspiron m102z is the first netbook to have the newest Fusion chips by AMD, but only today did AMD officially launch the new C-60, E-300 and E-450 chips, all designed to be the highest-end [...]
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