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If you're looking for a nettop without all the fussy ability to play high definition content, ASUS's upcoming EeeBox EB1007 might be your ticket to standard-definition minimalism. According to Netbooked, the vanilla desktop was said at CeBIT to be HD-capable, but what we're seeing on the company's...

April 12th 2010 at 11:54am 0 Comments
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While it doesn't seem to be available to order yet, ASUS' first Pine Trail-equipped nettop is close enough to release that the Taiwanese manufacturer has let some of its specs loose already. What we know so far is that it'll come with Intel's Atom D410 CPU, 802.11b/g/n wireless, six USB ports, a 5-...

February 8th 2010 at 4:49am 0 Comments
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Get ready for the next generation of netbooks and nettops: Intel's just officially announced the Pine Trail Atom N450, D410, and D510, along with the NM10 Express chipset, and we should see over 80 machines with the 45-nanometer chips at CES 2010. Nothing too surprising about the 1.66GHz chips them...

December 21st 2009 at 12:01am 0 Comments
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Intel's Pine Trail may not be out in full force just yet, but it looks like German website CarTFT has gotten ahold of a couple of Intel's latest processor / motherboard combos (intended primarily for nettops) and gone ahead and published a few early benchmarks. As you may have expected, however, the...

December 11th 2009 at 6:57pm 0 Comments
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The sun rises, seasons change, CPUs get faster, and Intel's plans get leaked. That's the way it works, so while this report from Digitimes listing out Intel's chip releases through the beginning of next year should be taken with a grain of salt, feel free to make it a small one. Apparently there's...

June 15th 2009 at 7:06am 0 Comments
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You see, there's not much wiggle room when it comes to netbook pricing. By and large, vendors have priced their machines about as low as they can in order to receive but a sliver of a profit, and there's certainly no way they could eat another $20 to $30 on each unit and still feel good about thems...

June 12th 2009 at 8:24am 0 Comments