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Lenovo already got official with a couple of its Windows 7-powered machines last week, but it looks like the rest of the crop is landing today. Of course, we've already seen the 11.6-inch IdeaPad U150 and 15.6-inch U550 pop up in various corners of the globe this month, and the IdeaPad U350 has bee...

October 26th 2009 at 12:01pm 0 Comments
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If you have laptop needs but only a netbook-sized cavity in your carry-on, you need one of the growing number of notebooks that slot in between the eee-clones and pricey ultraportables. Lenovo's IdeaPad U350 is the latest, a svelte, 13.3-inch machine with a funky rubberized back and sophisticated d...

August 7th 2009 at 10:17am 0 Comments
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A month after Lenovo announced its new IdeaPad U350 the thing is finally ready for the prime time, and let us tell you: it wasn't hard to spot. While in theory this is "just another thin-and-light" in a rapidly growing, CULV-aided market segment, the craftsmanship and materials used on the U350 mak...

June 24th 2009 at 3:43pm 0 Comments
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Of, course, by the "Samsung Smooth U350 arrives wrinkle free", we mean: smoothly boring. For $29 after a 2-year deal and rebate you'll get yourself a pretty low end flip with a VGA camera, Bluetooth, a 160 x 128 display, 336 hours standby, 300 minutes talktime, oh, and some lovely Verizon branding....

April 25th 2009 at 11:25am 0 Comments
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Calling a bottom-of-the-line, EV-DO-less clamshell the "Smooth" might be reaching, but then again, we can kinda understand Verizon's dilemma here -- it's not like you can call it the "Rough," the "Disappointment," or the "Crap" and expect to sell too many. The phone, which goes by the u350 moniker...

March 8th 2009 at 9:26pm 0 Comments
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Sammy typically does a bang-up job of hiding actual photos of its devices in FCC documentation, so here's a nice change of pace. Unfortunately, the SCH-u350 is just about the most boring flip imaginable -- as far as we can tell, it doesn't even do EV-DO -- but on the upside, this is some of the mor...

March 1st 2009 at 1:14pm 0 Comments
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Power Quotient International -- best known for squeezing exorbitantly large amounts of data onto incredibly small modules -- is at it again with its zany flash drive antics, and this time the company is unveiling a retractable version to keep that presumably delicate USB connector safe. The Cool Dr...

October 29th 2006 at 1:27am 0 Comments