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Just in case you were wondering where and when you might get a taste of the Optimus elixir, NVIDIA has handed us a detailed list of Computex debutants that will be taking the graphics switching technology with them to retail. A total of sixteen new Optimus machines are on show in Taipei, and althou

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June 2, 2010 at 8:05AM
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Archos is totally getting in on the netbook game with the announcement of their own branded model (actually just a re-packaged Hasee MJ125), the Archos 10. This little 10.2-incher (with 1024 x 600 resolution) is going to pack a 1.6GHz Intel Atom CPU, 1GB of RAM and a 160GB hard drive, with a 3-cell

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Chinese computer manufacturer Hasee looks to be bringing some relatively low-cost all-in-one PC action to its home country, recently announcing its F200D model, which just manages to squeeze under 3,000 yuan mark (about $388). Of course, that much yuan only goes so far, netting you only a 15.4-inch

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Maybe it's a bit harsh to call this thing a MacBook rip, they're just taking a few cues from the uber-successful Apple design after all, but with Haseenote's design, production and distribution all set firmly in Korea, what are they going to do about it? Questionably relevant design comparisons a

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Yeah, these are just Korea-bound laptops, but there's some good stuff going on here for a decent price, so we thought we'd show you just the same. The 6.2 pound laptop holds a 15.4-inch screen, Core Duo T2300 1.66GHz processor, DVD burner, WLAN, 80GB SATA HDD and an ATI Radeon X1600. Hasee skimpe

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