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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

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October 26, 2009 at 12:01PM
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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

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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

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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.

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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

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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

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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

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