Posts Tagged ‘intel atom’

HP Mini 311

The HP Mini 311 is a new netbook that pairs Intel’s Atom processor with Nvidia’s new Ion platform to produce a new type of product that should be more common in the coming days—ones that packs strong graphic performance in small computing devices. With an 11.6–inch display at a resolution of 1366×768, the HP Mini […]

A Nokia netbook? Apparently, they’re not content with building cellphones for the world’s population, so now they’re coming up with Nokia Booklet 3G! Sleek–looking piece of aluminum hardware on an otherwise ordinary–spec netbook. But 12 hours of battery life? That’s just like saying your cellphones have five days of standby time! Comments Off on A Nokia netbook? Apparently, they’re no …

Intel’s next mobile CPU for the Atom platform will be fanless and will consume about half the power of the older N270 and its siblings. Comments Off on Intel’s next mobile CPU for the Atom pl …

New MSI Wind U120

Just a few months after the MSI Wind U100 caught up with the netbook craze, MSI now comes up with an updated version in the MSI Wind U120. Specifications are basically the same as the older U100 but with the addition of a 3.5G HSDPA modem and a revised 802.11n wireless module. Worth noting is […]

Samsung ultraportable

What Laptop unwraps the news on what is another entry in the affordable ultraportable market, this time coming from Samsung. Currently just dubbed as the “Samsung Netbook,” it has features similar to everybody’s ultraportable, running on the Intel Atom N270. It is rumored to use a hard drive instead of an SSD drive, which will […]