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 [...]
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 [...]
As you might know, I recently bought a new Asus netbook. I don’t like the Asus logo – it’s probably one of the ugliest out there. While Asus does make great computers at a very competitive price, their chief problem is that their designs tend to be a bit lackluster. And then there’s the indescribable [...]
As you might know, I recently blew up my HP’s Mini 110′s screen. I sent it in for servicing hoping expecting to pay about $150-200. Although that is half as much as what my netbook is worth, I wouldn’t mind paying it. Of course, who’d know that the people at the service centre [...]
The Dell Inspiron M102z will be the first netbook to be equipped with the new AMD C-60 processor along with a more powerful Radeon HD6290 graphics processor at base price. There will be an option for you to upgrade it to the more powerful E-450 processor with the Radeon HD6320 chip.
The AMD C-60 Ontario [...]
When you buy a netbook, you’re buying a computer that can last forever. Yes – forever. That’s basically because when you buy it you pretty much have already condemned it to being a second computer, or something you’ll use only for surfing the web and watching movies. Basically, it’s not something you’d trust to keep [...]
The all new Netbook as Main Computer series is a log of the trails and tribulations of going from powerful Core i5, 14″ notebook to a puny, weak and underpowered 10.1″ netbook with half the power. Can Tiff survive?
Recently, I left my job and had to return the laptop provided by the company. [...]
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