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MSI Wind Roundup, Availability in the US

Almost two weeks ago, the online MSI store was listing the 10-inch MSI Wind as being available today – June 27th – in the US but that’s not going to happen, unfortunately. Originally it was scheduled for June 16th, 2008. … Continue reading

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Asus Eee PC 900, 901, 1000 Roundup, Availability

First up, some news on the battery issue with the Eee PC 900 in the UK. Register hardware is reporting that Asus will be contacting owners on July 1st, about swapping their 4400mAh battery for a 5800mAh battery. That doesn’t … Continue reading

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Panasonic Toughbook CF-U1 Hands-On (Akihabara)

Akihabara News has posted one of the first extensive looks at the new 5.6-inch Intel Atom-powered Panasonic Toughbook CF-U1. The CF-U1 is a “rugged’ type of device, made to withstand drops of around 3 – 4 feet and is sealed … Continue reading

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ASUS Eee PC Review (LAPTOP Mag.)

Last week, LAPTOP magazine published a review of the new 10-inch Intel Atom-powered ASUS Eee PC 1000H. The Eee PC 1000H offers the option of a mechanical hard drive (80GB in this case). The Eee PC 1000H reviewed had only … Continue reading

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SSD Versus Hard Drive

Over at the Lenovo “Inside the Box” blog, Matt Kohut reported on swapping his existing 7200rpm 2.5-inch hard drive for a 1.8-inch 64GB Solid State Drive (SSD) in his ThinkPad. It did involve using an adapter from a 1.8-inch form … Continue reading

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