One Asus Per Child? – Eee PC 701

The One Laptop Per Child XO notebook-you know, the one that was supposed to be sold to the world’s poor children for just $100-has some competition. Sort of. It’s not another save-the-world project we’re talking about. In fact, this laptop-the Asus Eee-is more for the richer folks in the West. What makes it similar to the XO, though, is the […]

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Unveiling of the Acer Aspire 1690

In march 2005, Acer announced the Australian release of its Aspire 1690 notebook. Computer aficionados, gamers, and businessmen the world over have already taken notice of this laptop’s array of multimedia features and performance capabilities. The main highlight of the Aspire 1690 could be the Intel Centrino mobile technology and 915PM chipset, which put the laptop on a short list […]

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Miniature SSDs Now Available

Super Talent Technology has announced two solid-state drives which are significantly smaller than regular hard drives. These new SSDs have a form factor of merely .85″ or 1″, which is just a little under or a little over half the size of the smallest HDD available, which is 1.8″. The new drives make use of the older parallel ATA interface […]

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Laptopical Back in Black

Posted 3 days, 18 hours ago by Jesper Carlson Welcome to the new and improved Laptopical.com. Our design has changed, but we remain intent on bringing you daily laptop and gadget news and reviews. That’s right. Just in time for the holiday season, we bid you welcome to a completely redesigned, revamped and redecorated Laptopical.com. Although it was once praised […]

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Sony Notebook Batteries Recalled

Posted Friday, October 31, 2008 by Daniel Shain This week Sony issued a battery recall for 100,000 of its notebook batteries worldwide. It might sound small next to the millions of batteries that have been recalled in the last few years, but it all adds up. Another batch of Sony batteries have been considered dangerous, mostly for the likelihood of […]

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3G-4G Wireless USB Modem Arrives From Sprint

Posted ago by Daniel Shain by Daniel Shain in Microsoft Laptops Sprint Nextel announced today that it will be selling WWAN modems capable of both 3G and 4G connections starting Sunday. Labeled the Sprint 3G/4G USB Modem U300 will connect to both Sprint’s 3G network and the new 4G WiMax network being built as part of their Clearwire venture. The […]

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Opera Mobile 9.5 Now to be Released July 15th

The highly anticipated Opera Mobile browser will be available to the public next month. Opera Mobile 9.5 BETA will be available for download on July 15th. The release will be for Windows Mobile devices, and is based on the browser engine of the desktop version. More specific details will be released in the next week or so. The 9.5 browser […]

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