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First look at the Eee Monitor all-in-one PC

While Asus isn’t ready to show off its upcoming all-in-one PC just yet, the company did show a few tantalizing images of the “Eee Monitor” at Computex. If you think the Eee Monitor looks an awful lot like an iMac, you’re not alone. But there’s one major difference: The Eee Monitor will have a starting […]

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Noahpad adds multi-touch, still looks crazy

E-Lead’s Noahpad has what can only be described as the strangest design of all the low cost ultraportable computers I’ve seen over the last few months. It’s about the same size and shape as an Asus Eee PC, but the Noahpad has a virtual keyboard that doubles as a trackpad. Press a button and you […]

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SanDisk, Intel announce plans to manufacture SSD drives

Chip maker Intel and flash memory maker SanDisk have separately announced plans to develop solid state disks for use in low-cost subnotebooks. SanDisk says its pSSD drives will be available in 3, 8, and 16GB capacities, and will feature read speeds of 39 MB/s and write speeds of 17MB/s. The company’s drives should be available […]

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First look at the ECS G10IL – Video

The Computex trade show floor is awash with tiny laptops this year. But one of the models we’ve most been looking forward to seeing is the ECS G10IL. Sascha Pallenberg from Eee PC News.de and Joanna Stern from Laptop Magazine managed to find a few pre-production models hanging out at the Intel Atom booth. How […]