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Toshiba Bringing Netbook To U.S. Market

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crn.com: Toshiba plans to enter the increasingly crowded U.S. netbook market later this year, Channelweb.com has learned.

Concerted Linux-netbook effort needed to beat Microsoft

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theregister.co.uk: When it comes to Linux netbooks, PC manufacturers should act more like cell-phone makers and telcos by selling customized and subsidized machines with online services.

Review: HP Mini 1001TU with MIE

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canllaith.org: I keep promising myself that I wont do this again. It’s actually getting a little embarrassing, really. I can tell that my friends think I have a problem, but are too polite to mention it. This time I managed to go entire *months*, but I’ve succumbed again, and bought another netbook.

System76 Serval Professional Notebook

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phoronix.com: Finding a laptop that can run Linux is no longer much of a challenge. In this review we are looking at the System76 Serval Professional notebook.

Review: The Hauppauge HD-PVR

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raiden.net: Hauppauge's HD-PVR is a video/audio capture device that samples "YPrPb" component video at HD resolutions. HD-PVR has attracted a lot of attention since it is able to bypass all digitial content controls and take advantage of the "analog hole", while doing so at a very affordable price.

Google CEO hints Google/Linux netbooks may be coming

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blogs.computerworld: On March 3rd, though, Google CEO Eric Schmidt said, What's particularly interesting about netbooks is the price point. Eventually, it will make sense for operators and so forth to subsidize the use of netbooks so they can make services revenue and advertising revenue on the consumption. That's another new model that's coming."

Linux on Netbooks, Caveats and Cautionary Tales

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ostatic.com/blog: I purchased my ASUS EeePC 701 just over a year ago. It was inexpensive, it ran Linux, and that was more than enough for me. At Tectonic, Nic Ludick wonders if this isn't actually a bad thing in the long run for boosting Linux adoption.

netbook stuff

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  • Pixel Density on Netbooks Compared to Other Screens

  • Xandros Launches Presto, an Instant-On Mini Linux for Laptops
  • Xandros instant-on platform: Who needs it?
  • Netbook with Detachable Screen and Half-Day Battery Life
  • Touch Book: Linux based touch screen device announced
  • First 5 minutes impressions Asus Eee Pc 901 and Ubuntu 9.04 alpha 5

Dell & Ubuntu's mighty Mini 9

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blogs.computerworld.com: Dell & Ubuntu's mighty Mini 9 Want a great Linux netbook for a great price? Then, give Dell's Ubuntu-powered Mini 9 a try. I like netbooks. Not all netbooks are created equal, though.

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