We here in the States were sleeping off our turkey comas and fretting over holiday shopping, so this week's laptop news is bursting with international flavor. Packard Bell unveiled plans to release the on the Singapore market, while Dynamism.com began to customers outside of Korea. Apparently Dell is looking to expand its reach in China, which is Lenovo's home turf. (Fight! Fight!) Philips is in Brazil, and Brazilian artist Romero Britto has designed a . Meanwhile European designers accepted Intel's challenge to develop an environmentally friendly way to power a laptop.
Closer to home, Silicon Valley-based Zonbu announced plans to release an students in Fresno will soon be happily typing away on the low-cost
In product news, Dell found out where all those "Give One" laptops are headed.) Fujitsu announced new with up to 320GB of capacity. Meanwhile, solid-state drive prices are expected to drop in 2009 and 2010.. Apple some problems with the Seagate hard drives used in MacBooks. The One Laptop Per Child program through December 31, even as a Nigerian company filed . (Also, CNET News.com's Ina Fried
At CNET Reviews, we looked at the quad-core
Other posts worth reading this week: Elsa Wenzel brings up a roundup of seized by gadget lust this holiday season. Finally, if you're still looking for that perfect tech gift, have a gander at CNET's Holiday Gift Guide., and even toddlers are
Have a great weekend!