Monthly Archives: January 2008

MacBook Air’s CPU in Non-Apple Laptops?

Could the custom CPU that Intel cooked up for Apple’s MacBook Air find its way into other, non-Apple, laptops? Say it ain’t so! But it maybe, at least according to PC Advisor: Two PC makers will use the miniaturised Intel … Continue reading

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Dell Closing Kiosks, Focusing on Retail

Customers will no longer be able to check out such Dell products as the Dell XPS M1330, Dell’s 13.3″ consumer laptop (around 4 pounds, Intel Core 2 Duo) as well as their other consumer-oriented products, in malls, shopping centers, and … Continue reading

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Toshiba Portege M700 – First Thoughts (TabletPCReview)

Tiffany Boggs over at Tablet PC Review, has posted her First Thoughts Review of the Toshiba Portege M700. I’ve posted several stories about the M700 in recent days, suffice to say it’s Toshiba’s latest Tablet PC convertible, with a 12″ … Continue reading

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MacBook Air Now Officially Shipping

It’s now official, according to Apple, the MacBook Air is now shipping: CUPERTINO, California—January 30, 2008—Apple® today announced that MacBook Airâ„¢, the world’s thinnest notebook, is now shipping. MacBook Air measures an unprecedented 0.16-inches at its thinnest point, while its … Continue reading

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Asustek Eee PC 8G Delays, New Products (No Touchscreen)

Earlier this week, DigiTimes reported on Asustek’s woes in regards to rolling the Asus Eee PC 8G out to consumers. According to Asustek, the problem is both flash memory and battery related: Asustek company president Jerry Shen admitted SLC NAND … Continue reading

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