Just because I’m back in Philly trying to nurse a cold and get my voice back doesn’t mean the fun at CES has stopped. My buddy Sascha from Netbook News.de caught up with Robert Scoble yesterday to discuss the state of the netbook, the Sony Vaio P, the operating system wars, and several other topics. You can check out the 10 minute video after the break.


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One reply on “Robert Scoble talks netbooks with Sascha from Netbook News”

  1. Can someone enlighten me about what Robert Scoble was saying about the Vaio P running slower or requiring more power while online. Is it that Vaio P is just a Atom™ Z520 running 1.33 GHz rather then 1.60 GHz on the N270?

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