Monthly Archives: January 2006

Review: Toshiba libretto U100 (infoSync World)

Jørgen Sundgot has published a review of the Toshiba libretto U100 for infoSync World. The U100 is powered by an Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) Pentium M, with an incredibly small widescreen display – 7.2-inches, but with a high resolution – 1280×768, making it one of the smallest ultraportables around. Continue reading

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Top 5 Ultraportables – January 2006’s top five ultraportables for January 2006, based on page views, has been published. Continue reading

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Microsoft Driver Bug with Core Duo = Reduced Battery Life?

TG Daily/Tom’s Hardware is reporting that a bug with a Microsoft driver and Intel’s new Core Duo platform causes a severe battery drain under certain circumstances involving USB 2.0. Continue reading

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Flybook – More Pictures

>Ounae (Spanish/French only) has several pics that were recently published on the main Flybook website, of the ultraportable Flybook V3. The Flybook V3 is powered by an Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) Pentium M, and comes with a 8.9-inch widescreen display (which also functions as a touchscreen). Of note in the pictures, what looks like custom-designed purses/shoulder bags. Continue reading

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Yearning for color on laptops

ZDNet mentions that more and more people are customizing their laptops through changing the laptop’s outer case, whether it’s an option from the manufacturer (such as getting a different LCD backing/cover for the Dell 700M) or a third party that disassembles the laptop and paints the casing. Continue reading

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