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Review: Dell Latitude 2100

Kid-Friendly Netbook Has Grown-Up Chops The Dell Latitude 2100 is a lot like a box of Froot Loops: It’s clearly meant for kids but also easily enjoyed (sometimes secretly) by adults. The 2100’s most striking feature is the matte, rubber-like coating that envelops the netbook. Its grainy texture lets tiny, slippery fingers get a firm […]

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Sprint’s 99-Cent HP Mini 110c Netbook

Sprint will soon offer a 99-cent HP Mini 110c netbook to consumers, but unfortunately, that price doesn’t come without a lengthy 2-year broadband data contract at $60/month. The netbook features a “1.6GHz Atom [processor], 1GB of RAM and three-cell battery.” We knew we’d see cheap / free subsidized netbooks eventually, and here we are: Best Buy […]

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Verizon’s HP Mini 1000 due to launch May 17th?

Sure, the hot buzz right now is centered on Verizon and Apple teaming up to release a unicorn-powered iPhone tablet that runs on marshmallows and cuddles, but Boy Genius Report says that Big Red’s actually-real partnership with HP is about to bear fruit — the long-rumored subsidized Mini 1000 is apparently due to launch on […]

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Is Dell cooking up an Android-powered netbook?

Um, okay? Straight out of the left-most corner of left field, software provider Bsquare has just outed Dell’s newest netbook — or so it seems. The same company that recently announced that it was bringing Adobe Flash to Android has just revealed that it’ll be doing likewise for “Dell netbooks running Google’s Android platform.” Specifically, […]

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Samsung NC20

Samsung’s Luscious Laptop Puts Nebbish Netbooks to Shame It’s not quite a netbook, not quite an ultralight PC. Whatever it is, Samsung’s NC20 is a dazzling feat of engineering: an extremely usable 12-inch laptop with epic battery life, impressive specs and a downright mystifyingly affordable price tag. Read more after the jump…

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