Everex Going Bigger With Tiny Cloudbooks and Adding Next-Gen Wireless Joy

The mini-notebook market is heating up, with today bringing stats and shots of the Asus's latest Eee PC with its tiny screen and keys that might work with normal hands. Then later, we get news of a leak about Everex, Asus's competitor in this market, about its next Cloudbooks, including one with a 10.2-inch screen… »7/01/08 9:00pm7/01/08 9:00pm


Cloudbook Max Features Built-In WiMAX for Sprint's XOHM Network

Straight from CTIA 2008, Everex has unveiled their new Cloudbook Max featuring built-in support for Sprint's XOHM WiMAX network. Users can also expect a 8.9" WVGA (1024 x 600) display, a 1.6GHz VIA C7-M ULV processor with the VIA VX800 digital media IGP chipset, up to 2GB DDR2 SDRAM, a 80GB hard disk drive, 802.11b/g… »4/01/08 7:00pm4/01/08 7:00pm

Everex CloudBook's Old-School Answer to Digital Photo Frames

Everex just got photo-friendly in a strangely retro way: PhotoFair is a clear plastic plate that clamps on to the CloudBook's top, allowing you to "store and display photos, documents and other printed materials." As in, physically stash printed-out documents. It's a bit unusual in the LCD age, but unlike the digital… »3/03/08 4:20pm3/03/08 4:20pm

Stormy Software Pushes Everex Cloudbook Launch Back to Feb.

If you were suiting up to brave the cold and make the long, arduous journey to Wal-Mart (or walmart.com) today to pick up Everex's $399 potential Eee PC blood-rival, the Cloudbook, just strip back down, plop back into your chair, and make a big mug of cocoa. Like enough to last you until late February, since that's… »1/25/08 2:25pm1/25/08 2:25pm

Ripple-Mini PC Packs an Awful Lot of Computing into $132

Those Koreans sure do get spoiled on the technology front; check out Ripple's Ripple-Mini PC, for example. The device, which will retail for a shockingly low €90 ($132), will pack in an Intel Celeron M215 (1.33GHz), 1GB RAM, SiS 662 North Bridge and SiS 964L South Bridge, all in a dinky 20x300x220mm, Mac mini-esque… »1/18/08 4:59am1/18/08 4:59am

Everex $200 Linux gPC Gets Tested, Verdict: Great Deal

When Everex's gPC hit store shelves at Wal-Mart recently, the hope was that it could bring Linux to the masses while providing all of the value that a $200 price tag would entail. The folks at Wired put the gPC through its paces and determined that it does represent a fantastic deal for computer users with basic needs. »11/07/07 3:30pm11/07/07 3:30pm