Tagged By netbook


Speck A-Line 10 bag: Lugging your laptop in style

By Shem Pennant,

Laptop bags of yore were grim, ugly things that screamed “mug-me” from miles away. The modern day equivalent of the business case, there was something solemn about the classic laptop bag that was miles away from the world of fashion… Read article


Scosche, Incipio and be.ez are on the case

By Jack Ratcliffe,

Electrical devices are expensive. Therefore scratching them is annoying, and breaking them? Devastating. That’s where cases come in. Hundreds of products, thousands of brands, millions of styles – it’s a big market. We’ve explored some of the latest offerings from… Read article


Toshiba Mini NB500 and NB520

By Jack Ratcliffe,

The iPad killed the netbook. The useless, low-resolution, under-batteried and dramatically under-powered old-school netbook. No-one told Toshiba, however, that the iPad had won, or that netbooks had to be useless. That’s why they’ve produced two systems that do things that… Read article


Acer’s HD revolution

By Jack Ratcliffe,

Acer launched its summer computer range in Cannes, the home of emerging cinema and what better venue could there be to introduce Acer’s new systems, focussed on powerful visuals and HD resolutions? Perhaps the most interesting members of the new… Read article


Samsung reveal “Long Term Evolution” (LTE) Netbook

By Laura Yates,

Earlier this month at the Mobile World Congress 2010, Samsung wowed the tech world by unveiling its Long Term Evolution (LTE) netbook PC. What places the N150 netbook at the forefront of technology is that it features a new Kalmia… Read article


Samsung release new ‘clever’ N-Series netbooks

By Amy Broomfield,

We’d all like to think laptops and netbooks give us the freedom to productively work away cable free on lengthy flights or in trendy cafes but in reality it’s not long before you find yourself scrabbling around for a socket… Read article