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Samsung NB30 Touch finger-friendly netbook outed

Samsung NB30 Touch finger-friendly netbook outed

Feeling the urge to reach out and jab at your netbook?  Samsung have released their latest model, the NB30 Touch, and as the name suggests it's a touchscreen variant of their existing NB30 netbook.  The NB30-JT01IT Touch gets the same Intel Atom N450 1.66GHz processor as the standard model, but slaps on a matte 10.1-inch 1024 x 600 touchscreen.

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WePad Gets Hands-On Treatment

WePad Gets Hands-On Treatment

There's a lot of hands-on going on today, isn't there? While Microsoft got their own keynote, looks like the Android-powered WePad wants to have its time in the limelight, too. Can't say that we don't blame it, or those who created it, considering all the talk this tablet is getting. We heard earlier about its official pricing, and now we've got it on video, doing stuff. And, that's always better than rendered pictures, right?

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WePad Android tablet detailed: €449 from July

WePad Android tablet detailed: €449 from July

Remember the WePad?  Another Android-based assault on the iPad, the touchscreen slate is getting its official launch today in Germany, including hardware specs [pdf link] and pricing.  Kicking off at €449 ($611), the WePad has a 1.66GHz Intel Atom N450 processor paired with 16GB of flash storage, WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1 and a 1.3-megapixel camera; a €569 ($774) version will add in 3G and have 32GB of storage.

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Fujitsu MH330 caught in wild, fondled on video

Fujitsu MH330 caught in wild, fondled on video

Fujitsu's MH330 has only just been made official, but while we're waiting for the sub-1-inch netbook to be launched in North America and Europe, it's already on shelves in not only Singapore but Taiwan.  NetbookNews grabbed some hands-on time, and first impressions are very positive: the soft-touch rubberized keyboard gets singled out for praise, as does the fact that Fujitsu have made the whole thing spill-resistant, and there's plenty of component access courtesy of various panels on the underside.

Video demo after the cut

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Onkyo MX1007A4 netbook: 14.4hrs runtime but slow CPU

Onkyo MX1007A4 netbook: 14.4hrs runtime but slow CPU

Onkyo Japan have outed their latest netbook [pdf link], the 10.1-inch MX1007A4, and according to the company it's capable of 14.4 hours of runtime from a single charge.  That's partly because, rather than an Atom N450 processor, the MX1007A4 gets Intel's 1.2GHz Atom Z515 chip paired with 1GB of RAM; it's a more frugal setup, certainly, but we have our doubts about performance.

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Lenovo C200 all-in-one and IdeaPad S10-3s pack Ion 2 GPU

Lenovo C200 all-in-one and IdeaPad S10-3s pack Ion 2 GPU

Lenovo's all-in-one C200 was among the roll-call of machines using the second-gen NVIDIA Ion GPU, and the company have finally launched it.  Centered around an 18.5-inch 16:9 display - with an optional touchscreen layer - the Lenovo C200 has a choice of Intel Atom processors and a standard DVD burner; Ion graphics are optional.  Meanwhile the C200 has also brought a friend in the shape of the Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3s netbook, a slimmer version of the previous S10-3 complete with Ion.

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Hercules eCAFÉ EC-1000W Review

Hercules eCAFÉ EC-1000W Review

In the grand scheme of netbooks, Hercules probably isn't a name you associate with budget ultraportables; the company is taking their first step into the market with the eCAFÉ EC-1000W. A 10-inch Atom N270 machine, there's little on the spec list that makes the EC-1000W stand out among the rank and rile, so is this yet another me-too model or a netbook worth considering? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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Fujitsu LifeBook MH330 is Less Than an Inch Thin Mini-Notebook

Fujitsu LifeBook MH330 is Less Than an Inch Thin Mini-Notebook

All this talk of notebooks, netbooks, and everything in between, tells us that the market is definitely growing. Even earlier today we saw Fujitsu get another LifeBook get outed by the FCC, and sure enough, here's another one. Going strong, and that's the way we like to see it. This time around, we've got the real deal, with some standard features that may get the notebook fans out there excited. Or, maybe the 10.1-inch display and Atom N450 processor is just too run-of-the-mill for you.

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