If you're in the market for a netbook—the gimpy kittens of the laptop jungle—know this first: on the inside, they're all basically the same. Making the little differences all the more important! And yes, they do add up.
New Atom chips from Intel means better netbooks, right? Sorta. Here's the skinny on the new netbook brains.
Dell's Inspiron Mini 10 is joining the coming wave of netbooks that will use Intel's next-generation Atom n450 processor. It'll give you a longer battery life, but may not have much of an impact beyond that.
A bunch of great netbook upgrades are on the way—next-gen Intel processors in January; smooth HD video playback—but to spare you the brain hemorrhage of keeping track, we've laid it all out. Here's what you need to know.
Digitimes has it from one of their annoyingly anonymous, sometimes accurate "industry insiders" that the N450 Pineview, one of Intel's next-gen Pine Trail Atoms, which boast built-in GPUs and memory controllers for slightly improved graphics performance and massively improved battery life, will ship in Q4—October at…