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  • Dell Inspiron Mini 9 laptop

    Dell has launched a £269 miniature laptop designed to compete directly with Asus Eee PC. The Dell Inspiron Mini 9 weighs approximately 1kg and has an 8.9in screen.

  • News: Dell Inspiron Mini 9 laptop officially launches

    Dell has officially launches the Inspiron Mini 9. The much-vaunted mini-laptop is available now running the Windows XP operating system.

  • News: Amazon to sell OLPC's XO laptop

    The so-called $100 laptop from the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) initiative will be available via Amazon.com in the US from November.

  • News: Dual-touchscreen OLPC laptop to cost £40

    The second-generation XO laptop from the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) project, which features two touchscreens and was announced in May, will become available in the first quarter of 2010.

  • News: S1 iMini netbook runs Windows Vista

    Chinese PC vendor Tsinghua Tongfang has announced its new S1 iMini series, a family of netbooks with 10.2in screens that have a Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic OS or a Linux OS.

  • News: Medion offers rebadged MSI Wind at Aldi

    Medion has become the latest computer supplier to offer a rebadged version of MSI's Wind mini laptop, with the Netbook E1210 set to hit the UK market this week.

  • MSI Wind U90 mini laptop

    MSI is following up its popular Wind U100 mini notebook with the promised £269 Linux version, priced at £60 less than the original model.

  • News: DNLA certification links consumer electronics devices

    More and more consumer electronics products are being demonstrated with DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) certification at the IFA electronics show. New TV's, home theatre systems, and computers all come with the DLNA stamp.

  • News: Toshiba image detection controls laptops and TVs

    Toshiba is demonstrating at IFA some of the latest image detection technology currently being worked on at its laboratories in Cambridge in the UK.

  • News: Why Vista may become the world's favourite OS

    It may only be 23 months old but Vista has been widely panned by both businesses and home users. However, it may yet become the world's favourite OS - here's why.

  • News: Samsung launches MacBook Air killer X360

    At Berlin's IFA electronics show this week Samsung launched the lightweight X360 laptop.

  • News: Laptop sales boost Dell's Q2, but profits drop

    Dell posted a decline in profit for its fiscal second quarter even as its revenue grew, while economic doldrums held down its results in some parts of the world.

  • News: Testing bottleneck delays Intel Atom supplies

    Demand for Intel's Atom processor is strong, with computer makers clamouring for more chips to plug into the small, portable laptops called netbooks, but the chips remain in short supply.

  • News: Intel shows £60 Atom-based computer

    Intel has demonstrated prototypes of a range of low-cost 'nettops' in India that could be available in the country for as little as $114 (£60).

  • Video: Samsung R60 Plus - In Brief

    The Samsung R60 Plus is the only laptop we've seen in the sub-£400 category to feature a dedicated graphics processor, making it the most suitable for 3D gaming.

  • News: Photo: LG's Eee PC lookalike has built-in 3G

    LG Electronics is the latest major IT brand to join the mini laptop market, showing an Intel Atom-based netbook with built-in 3G wireless capabilities at IFA.

  • News: Photo: Fujitsu launches first mini laptop

    Fujitsu Siemens has officially launched the mini laptop that first appeared on YouTube earlier this month.

  • News: Heavy-handed WGA to black out dodgy XP copies

    Microsoft has updated the Windows Genuine Advantage Notification software that verifies whether a copy of Windows XP Pro is genuine, making it more persistently visible to users.

  • News: Cheap PCs drive solid-state sales

    The popularity of low-cost PCs is driving "explosive growth" for SSDs (small capacity solid state drives), Samsung said today as it announced three new models of the device.

  • Video: Asus Eee PC 701 user review

    Here is one reader's take on the little netbook that took the laptop market by storm - the Asus Eee PC 701. TheMacintosh1 says: "Please keep in mind I have the older 701 model which is not sold anymore. Newer models such as the 901 and 1000 have newer features and larger screens."

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