It’s Fujitsu’s turn to release a netbook, following the trend of companies going for smaller PCs. The LOOX M packs an Intel Atom N280 1.6 GHz processor and 945 GSE Express chipset, 1GB RAM and a 160GB hard drive. The LOOX M, available in red, lavender, white or black, also has a multi-memory card reader, Bluetooth capability and webcam. Look for a price of around $660.00 when it debuts.
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The Archos 9 PC Tablet has lots of usability as well as a sleek style. It comes packed with an Intel ATOM Z515 processor, an 80 GB hard disk, 1GB of RAM upgradable to 2GB, WiFi and Bluetooth compatibility and runs Windows 7. Users can input via touchscreen, Windows keyboard or tracking mouse. When released in Europe, the miniPC will include an antenna and can receive DVBT TV signals. No pricing has yet to be announced.
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We cannot believe the continuing cavalcade of mini-netbooks of late. Fujitsu’s M2010 is only 10.2 x 7.4 x 1.3-inches and weighs only 1.15kg. It has a 10.1-inch WSVGA backlit display with 1024 x 576 resolution, an Intel Atom Processor N270, 160 GB SATA, a memory slot for up to 2GB RAM, three USB ports, stereo speakers, mono mic, Bluetooth compatibility and a 50 second startup. Available in four different colors, the M2010 carries a starting price of $499.00.
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Now we may know why Dell recently reduced the price of their Inspiron Mini 9s. They might have been planning ahead for their new Mini 10 that came out today. Features include 1GB RAM, 160GB hard drive, an Intel Atom Processor Z520, a “roomy” keyboard, multi-touch gesture touchpad, a 10.1-inch WSVGA 16:9 widescreen display, webcam, internal WiFi, and will run Windows XP. The Mini 9 is aimed at “kids, tweens, teens, travelers and tweeters” or those with $399.00.
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Dell has reduced the price of their Inspiron Mini 9n to $249.00 and their Mini 9 to $299.00. The n9 features an Intel Atom Processor N270, runs on Ubuntu Linux version 8.04.1, has an 8.9-inch LED display (1024X600,) a 4GB3 solid state hard drive and a basic memory of 512MB2 DDR2 at 533MHz. Shop quickly as this price is only good through February 12. We hope that other companies take the hint and reduce their netbooks as well.
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Such a deal. AT&T and Radio Shack have announced special pricing on the Acer Aspire One, the mini 3G laptop with 8.9-inch display, Intel Atom processor, 1GB RAM and a 160 GB hard drive. Here comes the deal part. Purchase before December 24 and you get it for $99.99. The catch? A two year commitment and a LaptopConnect data plan which starts at $59.99 a month. That equals out to about $1440.00 over the time period. We checked out Radio Shack’s site, but they aren’t talking online so you will have to visit the store personally.
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So where has Gateway been lately? Probably working on its own netbook, although since Acer is now its parent company, reports say that it is simply a cousin to Acer’s Aspire. The LT1001j holds 1GB RAM, has a 8.9-inch display with WSVGA (1,024x600) resolution, a 0.3M webcam, and USB 2.0 and SD card slots. Weighing only 1.06kg, it is powered by an Intel Atom N270 processor and Windows XP OS. Due out in Japan this month, the claim is that because of the similarities, this one won’t hit the States.
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