Liliputing is a news and information web site covering mobile technology with an emphasis on low cost, ultraportable computers including notebooks, netbooks and tablets.
Once upon a time you had to pay a lot of money to get a portable computer weighing less than 3 pounds. Today there are hundreds of computers matching this description, many selling for as little as $200 to $300. What changed is that people started to put as much value on price and portability as they did on performance. Just because you want a thin and light laptop doesn’t mean you need it to play bleeding edge games or have the fastest processor or highest resolution display. While it’s nice to have it all, it’s also nice to have choices, and the low end of the ultraportable market is now filled with budget devices that fit many people’s portable computing needs.
Awards and acclaim
Liliputing editor Brad Linder was named one of Freescale’s top Smart Mobile Device Pundits for 2011 and 2012, and also received an Ink Blot award for Best Netbook Blogger in 2009. Liliputing also received an Ink Blot for Best New Mobile Tech Blog in 2008.
Liliputing has been mentioned on hundreds of news, and technology web sites, including:
- Ars Technica
- Computer World
- The Guardian
- LA Times
- PC World
- The Verge
Brad Linder, editor
Lee Mathews, contributor
Lory Gil, contributor
Lory Gil is a freelance journalist and tech blogger, traveler of the space-time continuum, and baker of really great cookies. Follow her on Twitter @appaholik.
K. T. Bradford is a lover of technology, gadgets, and all things geek. She has the enviable job of playing with evaluating mobile tech and apps all day. Follow K. T. on Twitter @KTBradford, on Google+ and Tumblr or email her via her website, KTBradford.com.
James Diaz, contributor
James is a long time portable computing enthusiast and active member of the EeeUser community.
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