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Intel Updating UMPC Platform This Month? 10% of PC Market by 2010?

HKEPC Hardware reveals that Intel is updating the UMPC platform later this month at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF). It will still be based on the Pentium M, but is going to take up a lot less space and have … Continue reading

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Announced: HTC Shift

HTC has announced the HTC Shift – a truly ultraportable laptop, with a keyboard, and a Touchscreen with stylus. It has a 7-inch widescreen display (800×480 resolution), with 1GB of memory and a 30GB harddrive. No word on CPU or … Continue reading

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Review: Fujitsu LifeBook P7230 ( has posted their review of the Fujitsu Lifebook P7230 earlier this week. The LifeBook P7230 is one of the smaller ultraportable notebooks, with a 10.6-inch widescreen display, powered by an Intel Core Solo U1400 (Ultra Low Voltage). Even with … Continue reading

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Article: Convertible Computing–What Works and What’s Needed

Jim Forbes has written an interesting article, “Convertible Computing–What Works and What’s Needed” that covers where the convertible notebooks have done well and where they need improvement. Convertibles tend to have both a touchscreen/Tablet PC functionality, as well as a … Continue reading

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Review: Toshiba Portege R400 ( has news of a new review of the Toshiba Portege R400 from The Portege R400 is one of the “convertible” ultraportables – it’s 12.1-inch touchscreen display flips around and allows you to turn it into a Tablet-PC. It’s … Continue reading

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