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Review: Flybook V5i (GottaBeMobile.com)

GottaBeMobile.com has posted a video review of the Flybook V5i. The Flybook V5i is one of the smaller ultraportables, with an 8.9-inch widescreen touchscreen display (1024×600 resolution if you can believe it!). It’s powered by an Intel Core Duo 1.2 … Continue reading

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Flybook V5 Available From i-Cube

The Flybook V5 is now available in the US from iCube. The Flybook V5 is a “convertible” laptop – it has an 8.9 widescreen touchscreen display that can rotate around and lays down on top of the keyboard to form … Continue reading

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Flybook V5 Available

jkOnTheRun is claiming that the Flybook V5 will soon be available on Dyanism’s website as well as through Best Buy (through a deal with Dynamism). The Flybook V5 is has an 8.9-inch widescreen touchscreen display and is powered by Intel’s … Continue reading

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Flybook V5 (V5i) (8.9-inch)

Can be purchased at iCube.us Model: Flybook V5/V5i Reseller/Distributor: Dyanism Website: Not available yet. Pricing: Estimated $2500 USD + (See distributor for full pricing details) Sequel to: Flybook V3 Series Display: 8.9″ TFT touchscreen/widescreen display, 1024×600 CPU: Intel Ultra Low … Continue reading

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Flybook A33i, V33i, V23i

There are some articles that have been floating around presenting the Flybook A33i as a “new” ultraportable notebook/Tablet PC. It’s a little confusing, as I think that some people/sites are confusing the older Transmeta-powered Flybook with the new Flybook V series. I’m seeing people present the older Flybook’s specifications as the new Flybook’s specifications. One important difference is the CPU – the older is powered by a Transmeta Crusoe CPU, the new series is powered by an Intel Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) Pentium M.
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