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Verizon Samsung N150 netbook packs international 3G

Verizon Samsung N150 netbook packs international 3G

Verizon has outed its latest 3G-enabled netbook, the Samsung N150, which for $49.99 (after a $100 mail-in rebate) and the promise to stay faithful to the carrier for two years, can be yours today.  Toting a 1.66GHz Intel Atom N450 processor paired with 1GB of RAM, a 160GB hard-drive and both WiFi b/g/n and Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, the 10.1-inch N150 has not only EVDO Rev.A 3G support but triband UMTS/HSPA (850/1900/2100) and quadband GSM/GPRS/EDGE for use outside of the US.

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Samsung N230 Netbook Boasts Battery Life of Almost 14 Hours

Samsung N230 Netbook Boasts Battery Life of Almost 14 Hours

When it comes to using something like a laptop or netbook, you can't always have your gadget plugged in. That, kind of, defeats the purpose of having a laptop or netbook. And, because you can't always have it plugged in, making sure that your battery life is actually worthy of the effort is essential. And while many netbooks and laptops out there have the more traditional 3-cell battery, which usually gets you out the front door, the industry is starting to change the way they think. Take the Samsung N230, for example.

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Gateway LT23 netbooks refreshed

Gateway LT23 netbooks refreshed

Gateway's netbook range has come in for a refresh, with the 10.1-inch LT Series getting a design refresh along with Intel's Atom N450 CPU.  Priced from $329.99, the Gateway LT23 Series has a 1024 x 600 display, 1GB of RAM and a 6-cell battery good for up to 8hrs of runtime.

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Innoversal Lattice Tablet Shows Off Pixel Qi Display at Computex [Video]

Innoversal Lattice Tablet Shows Off Pixel Qi Display at Computex [Video]

Pixel Qi seemed to be all the rage just months ago, but over the days since, it's all but dropped off the radar. Sure, it's still out there, showing off its amazing ability to display things in direct sunlight, but with the Notion Ink Adam tablet seeing some major delays, it seems that all the fuss over the great screen implementation died with it. But, there's other companies out there using the technology, and at Computex this year, one such company wanted to show off their new tablet.

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The Daily Slash: May 6th 2010

The Daily Slash: May 6th 2010

Here we are, it's late Thursday night, and you're staring at your computer screen, catching up on the latest news in the tech industry. We're glad that you've made it to us tonight, and welcome to the latest edition of the Daily Slash. Tonight, in the Best of R3 Media, we've got Google Goggles getting a nice upgrade, a nifty trick to make your iPad work overseas, and supposedly AT&T has worked something out with Apple. In the Dredge 'Net, we've got a MacBook Air knock-off, the future of Austrian phonebooths, and OLET could be better than OLED.

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WePad hands-on demos: it’s real, it works

WePad hands-on demos: it’s real, it works

The WePad's track record for public demonstrations isn't great: the first time around, the iPad alternative was found to be playing a video demo rather than actually responding to direct control, prompting Neofonie to wheel out a prototype just to prove that it actually works.  Happily third time is the charm, with a new press event giving NetbookNews the chance to grab some hands-on time with a working WePad slate.

Video demo after the cut

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