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Flybook – More Pictures

>Ounae (Spanish/French only) has several pics that were recently published on the main Flybook website, of the ultraportable Flybook V3. The Flybook V3 is powered by an Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) Pentium M, and comes with a 8.9-inch widescreen display (which also functions as a touchscreen). Of note in the pictures, what looks like custom-designed purses/shoulder bags. Continue reading

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Review: Flybook V3 (New York Times)

The New York Times published a review last week by David Pogue, of the Flybook V3, calling it a A Tiny Windows Laptop With a Sense of Fashion. The Flybook is a small “convertible” – a laptop with Tablet PC features, has an 8.9 widescreen touchpad display, weighs under 3 pounds, and is powered by a Pentium M Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) CPU. Continue reading

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Added: Flybook (Transmeta) and Flybook V3

We’ve added information about the following two laptops from Dialogue Technology:

Flybook (Transmeta/Crusoe CPU based) – This is being phased out.

Flybook V3 – It launches this month, and is a major update to the Flybook line, sporting a 1.1GHz Intel Penitum M Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) CPU. Continue reading

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Flybook V3

Search for news about the Flybook V3 Product Name: Flybook V3 Official Page: Discontinued Manufacturer: Holbe Dialogue Europe/Dialogue Technology Announced: October 2005 Available: November 2005 Price: Discontinued Markets: Started shipping to Europe/Middle East in November 2005, Asia/USA Later on

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Flybook (Transmeta)

MFR’s Description: Mobility redefined! Flybook is a go-anywhere, do-everything computer. It’s as powerful as a desktop or a heavyweight laptop PC and as handy as a mobile phone. At a tiny 235 x 155 x 31mm, it’s crammed with the … Continue reading

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