Viewsonic is known in some parts of the world for making budget yet good quality computer monitors and projectors. But that’s not all that they make. They have recently launched their own line of netbooks and they call it the Viewbook series.
Viewbooks are CULV powered ultraportable devices that are all the rage right now. Consumer […]
Rumors have been flying around a lot lately that Acer’s Timeline series of CULV toting ultraportables are going to have a convertible tablet amongst their ranks very soon. So far, we have had images of such a device from various sources but so far they have all seemed like a normal Timeline device.
However, there were […]
Sony has been showing off their flexible OLED screen toting netbook concept at every opportunity and this year’s CEATEC wasn’t an exception. Sony showed off a non-working concept model of the netbook and a working model of the flexible screen.
The netbook got a lot of positive reactions from the crowd and there is good reason […]
Today, during the Windows 7 launch event, Amazon and Microsoft demonstrated “Kindle For PC”, desktop eBook reader application that will run on Windows XP/Vista/7. This application allows anyone with a PC and Internet connection to shop in Amazon eBook store that currently has 360,000+ books. The software is free to download and offers all of […]
Acer has been working on a Windows-Android dual booting Aspire One netbook and it is now time to taste the fruits of their labor. Initially it was available as a dual booting machine that had Windows XP and Android. This time round Acer has gone ahead and upgraded it to Windows 7.
The main idea is […]
Only 3 days after the release of Kindle 2 International, Amazon has slashed $20.00 off the price. If you purchased it for $279.00 you will get a refund along with the following email:
Good news! Due to strong customer demand for our newest Kindle with U.S. and international wireless, we are consolidating our family of 6″ […]
One of the blog subscribers, Ilya who has recently purchased an Kindle 2 International in the UK has confirmed that despite the Amazon statement that experimental browser and blog subscriptions don’t work in the UK, Wikipedia access actually works. However pictures do not load and all other websites are blocked.
Since Amazon has announced that web […]
A new budget netbook from the house of Asus has shown up in Japan. The funny part is that the entire netbook segment is considered as budget. But this new model of the Eee PC range, called the 1000HT, has been released as a cheaper alternative to the existing Eee PC’s and netbooks.
The 1000HT is […]
FedEx has just delivered my Kindle 2 International. On the exterior it looks exactly the same as Kindle 2 with US wireless. However there seem to be some changes in the software. First of all the device reports software version to be 2.2 (375490138). What is interesting is that this version can’t be found on Amazon […]
The Nokie Booklet 3G has finally come to the US and has received a pricing that is feasible for the consumers. It was originally priced at around $800 and at that price point its failure was inevitable. But now that it has been added to AT&T’s fleet, there is a much lower price to be […]