Category Archives: Tablets

Dell Inspiron Duo: The First Week of December

Remember the Dell Inspiron Duo video from a few weeks ago? Well the 10.1-inch multi-touch Dell Inspiron Duo is on track to be in the hands of customers within a month. It should be available the first week of December, … Continue reading

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Dual-Core N550-Powered Gigabyte GA-T1005M Appears on Australian Site

The 10.1-inch dual-core Intel Atom N550 powered Gigabyte T1005M has shown up on an Australian computer retailer’s site. It’s carrying a price of $905 (Australian) which is pretty pricey doing the currency conversion – around $800 US. What makes the … Continue reading

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Steve Jobs Overseeing Ultraportable Apple / Mac?

With the announcement last month of a major update to Apple’s iPhone OS (version 3.0), a lot more of us began to wonder about whether Apple would be scaling the iPhone’s interface up to something larger, perhaps netbook-sized. Keep in … Continue reading

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Asus Eee PC T91 Touch Shows Up at the FCC

There is some good news if you’re in the US and have been waiting to buy one of the first mainstream “convertible” Tablet PC/Touchscreen netbooks. The Asus Eee PC T91 Touch has made it’s appearance at the Federal Communications Commission … Continue reading

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Asustek to Phase Out 7-inch Eee PC, Considers Qualcomm, Changes Motto, Branding, Plus the T91/T101

Quite a few changes have been announced by Asustek this week. The biggest is that Asustek will be phasing out the 7-inch Eee PC segment of its Eee PC family, according to Asustek’s chairman, Jonney Shih. This falls in line … Continue reading

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