10-inch Acer Aspire One Arriving Next Year

As of right now, the Aspire One » 11/25/08 8:20am 11/25/08 8:20am netbook includes an 8.9-inch screen. But Acer has announced plans to release a 10-inch version by either February or March 2009. Yes, that's right in time for everyone to have purchased the original Aspire One for the holidays. It's still unclear as to whether or not the upcoming model…

Dell Inspiron Mini 12 Review

The Dell Inspiron Mini 12 is a bit confused. It packs an Intel Atom processor, which makes it a netbook. But it also has a 12-inch screen, which exceeds our definition of what a netbook can be. On one hand it's a natural evolution of the genre in an ever growing screen size arms race, topping the 10-inchers like a… » 11/19/08 3:50pm 11/19/08 3:50pm

Dealzmodo: $300 MSI Wind or Acer Aspire at Microcenter

If you don't have big plans this weekend, Microcenter will be selling both the MSI Wind » 11/18/08 4:00pm 11/18/08 4:00pm and for $300 in-store only on November 22nd. After recent price reductions, both 1.6GHz Atom systems retail for $350. But as we all learned in grade school, $50 is $50. And if you can ever save $50, that's just more money you can…

Dealzmodo: Acer Aspire One Priced at $350, Too

Earlier this week we spotted the MSI Wind with its price reduced to $350 » 11/06/08 10:40am 11/06/08 10:40am at Best Buy. Not to be outdone, Acer's equally impressive Aspire One netbook is $350 as well over at New Egg. So which 1.6GHz Atom system should you buy? Your call. They're both at the top of their class, just note that the Wind's screen is…

Dealzmodo: MSI Wind Now $350 at Best Buy

Here's a fantastic deal that appears to be a permanent price reduction. The MSI Wind, which we reviewed » 11/04/08 11:45am 11/04/08 11:45am and like a lot, recently arrived at for $399. Not bad. But now the price has been dropped down to $350. Even with the hitting this December, the original Wind is a very nice machine (10" screen, XP, 1.6GHz Atom),…

Asus Defiantly Cramming Discrete Graphics Hardware into EeePCs

Perfectly content to dance around, blur, move or even erase the line that separates notebooks from netbooks » 10/29/08 7:17am 10/29/08 7:17am, Asus — the company that practically invented the market — is planning on including discrete graphics hardware in some of its EeePC models. Why would you want to make an already-expensive piece of "budget"…

First Asus S101 Review (Verdict: What We Expected)

We don't know what kind of deal with the devil Mobile Computer » 10/07/08 5:20pm 10/07/08 5:20pm made, but while most of us are excitedly posting the of the Asus , MC is running their full review. After reading through the four page account of the experience, we can sum it up in these quick points:• Nicer than most netbooks, not as polished as a Sony …

MSI Wind Gets 9-Cell Battery, Unofficially

If you're willing to buy from a third party vendor, the MSI Wind now has an impressive 7800mAh, 9-cell battery available for preorder. Priced at $180, it's not an inexpensive upgrade and it weighs a whole pound. Then again, it'll give you roughly 6 hours of run time according to my real-world calculations » 10/07/08 11:45am 10/07/08 11:45am. Lion…

Dell Inspiron Mini 9, Now Running OS X Leopard

The first time a mini-notebook is loaded with OS X, like any right of passage, it's a major event. And now the Inspiron Mini 9 has become a man, or at least an honorary Apple fanboy. Loaded with a slipstreamed version of OSX in a manner similar to the MSI Wind, the wireless card, Ethernet and sound didn't work… » 10/02/08 5:40pm 10/02/08 5:40pm

Raon Everun Note, A Beefy Tiny Laptop for Under $900

Mini-notes like the MSI Wind are nice and everything, but for the really good stuff, sometimes you still need to import. The Raon Everun Note looks like a fantastic little machine, weighing a scant 1.63 pounds but featuring a full-out AMD Turion 64x2 Dual Core 1.2GHz procesor, 128MB of ATI discrete graphics power, 7"… » 9/17/08 3:10pm 9/17/08 3:10pm

Asus N10, An Eee with Some Oomph

While Asus has gone a little Netbook-nuts » 9/05/08 8:45am 9/05/08 8:45am, their recently leaked N10 is actually a promising revision on the genre dominated by clones. The 1.6Ghz Atom, 10.2" screen and 2GB of RAM—that's all pretty standard stuff. But three things other than its draft n Wi-Fi and face/thumb recognition have us interested in the N10.…