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Netbook Reviews and Ultraportable Notebook and handheld PCs running Windows

 

Acer Aspire One review Acer Aspire One $349, 8.9" netbook running Windows XP.
Sept. 2008
Acer TimelineX 1830T review Acer Aspire TimelineX 1830T 11.6" notebook with Intel Core i7 CPU Jan. 2011
Acer Ferrari One review Acer Ferrari One an 11.6" netbook with more power and styling
July 2010
Eee PC 1005HA-P review ASUS Eee PC 1005HA-P Seashell with Intel Atom N280 CPU.
Sept. 2009
Eee PC 4G review ASUS Eee PC 4G 7" display with Windows XP.
May 2008
Fujitsu U820 review Fujitsu U820 a mini-notebook convertible tablet with a 5.6" display running Vista. Second generation with faster CPU, GPS and 802.11n.
April 2009
Fujitsu U810 review Fujitsu U810 a mini-notebook convertible tablet with a 5.6" display running Vista.
Nov. 2007
Fujitsu P1510D review Fujitsu P1510D A super-small notebook that maintains usability. Available with Windows XP or Windows XP Tablet Edition.
May 2006
Gateway LT2118u netbook review Gateway LT2118u 10.1" netbook with Intel Pine Trail CPU.
March 2010
HP Mini 311 review HP Mini 311 The first US netbook with NVIDIA ION accelerated graphics. Available with Windows XP and with Windows 7.
Oct. 2009
HP Mini 2140 review HP Mini 2140 HP's second generation 10.1" business and education netbook
May 2009
HTC Shift review HTC Shift A Vista UMPC with a 7" touch screen display, 3G and pared-down Windows Mobile too.
March 2008
Lenovo S10-2 review Lenovo IdeaPad S10-2 10.1" Windows XP netbook.
Aug. 2009
Lenovo ThinkPad X100e review Lenovo ThinkPad X100e 11.6" notebook/netbook with an AMD Neo CPU and ATI graphics.
March 2010
OQO model 02 review OQO model 02 (palmtop PC/UMPC) The 2nd generation OQ running Windows XP or Vista.
Nov. 2007
OQO review OQO model 01 (palmtop PC) Not much larger than a PDA the OQO runs Windows XP on a 1 GHz processor.
Aug. 2005
Raon Vega Handheld PC review Raon Vega 1 pound Handheld PC with touch screen.
Dec. 2006
Samsung Q1 Ultra review Samsung Q1 Ultra UMPC
Aug. 2007
Samsung Q1 review Samsung Q1 UMPC with a 7" display and touch screen.
May 2006
Sony Vaio P review Sony Vaio P (second generation) The revised Sony super-portable with an 8" widescreen display, 1.6 to 2.0 GHz Intel Atom CPU and all the trappings of a larger notebook including Windows 7 Home Premium.
June 2010
Sony Vaio P review Sony Vaio P model VGN-P588E ultraportable with a standard keyboard, 8" 1600 x 768 display that weighs 1.4 lbs.
March 2009
Sony Vaio UX380N review Sony Vaio UX380N The updated Vista micro PC from Sony that weighs only 1.2 lbs. and runs on an Intel Core Solo 1.33GHz processor.
June 2007
Sony Vaio UX180P review
Sony Vaio UX180P Micro PC, 1.2 pounds, handheld sized machine that runs WinXP on the Intel Core Solo CPU.
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July 2006
Sony U50 and U70 review Sony Vaio U50 & U70 (PDA-like but runs Windows XP) . 1.2 pound wonder with subnotebook performance that fits in the palm of your hand.
June 2004
Sony Vaio W netbook review Sony Vaio W Sony's first netbook, 10.1" XBrite-Eco HD display.
Aug. 2009
Sony Vaio X review Sony Vaio X At a half inch thick and 1.5 to 1.6 lbs., this 11.1" notebook is the thinnest and lightest on the market.
Nov. 2009
Toshiba Libretto W105 review Toshiba Libretto W105 a 1.8lb. Windows mini-notebook with dual 7" touch screens. Sept. 2010
Toshiba mini NB205 review Toshiba mini NB205 10" netbook
Aug. 2009

 

Internet Tablets (not running desktop Windows)

Nokia N800 review Nokia N800 The N800 is Nokia's second generation Internet Tablet, replacing the Nokia 770. It offers some serious improvements in the CPU, RAM and looks departments while adding $50 to the price. The device features a phenomenal 4" color touch screen, the Opera 8 web browser with Flash 7, a webcam, WiFi 802.11b/g, Bluetooth, email, PDF reader, IM and a slew of other apps. It's not a PDA and it's not a phone, rather it's meant to bring the Internet along with you most anywhere with a desktop-like experience. And yes, it fits in a roomy pocket and it runs Linux.
Feb. 2007
Nokia 770 review
Nokia 770 Not a PDA, but rather an Internet Tablet. Nokia's first non-phone device is intriguing and attractive. It's an Internet Tablet that's pocketable yet sports an 800 x 480 color display and WiFi 802.11g for a fast Internet connection. It runs a version of the excellent Opera web browser, has a full-featured email client, an RSS reader and more. Not meant to replace the PDA, this reasonably-priced device instead brings a desktop-like surfing experience to your couch or bedroom with instant-on flair.
Jan. 2006
Pepper Pad review Pepper Pad an Internet "home appliance" running Linux. It's really a web pad and more. Feb. 2006
Samsung Mondi review Samsung Mondi Windows Mobile 6.1 handheld with a 4.3" display, QWERTY keyboard and WiMAX 4G. Dec. 2009

 

 

 

 

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