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11z

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HP Pavilion TouchSmart 11z

HP revives an 11-inch favorite with the Pavilion TouchSmart 11z, but there are better performance-for-money deals to be had.

By Aug. 28, 2013

3.5 stars Editor's rating Aug. 28, 2013
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Get a Dell Inspiron 11z 11.6-inch laptop for $299.99

This Core i3 system is a little low on RAM, but it's still an impressive deal on a compact, lightweight laptop.

By Apr. 3, 2012

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Dell Inspiron 11z is 'thinnest and lightest ever'

Dell's got a new low-spec, but highly affordable little 11-inch laptop in its store today -- the Inspiron 11z -- and Dell says it's the thinnest, lightest Inspiron ever

4 Images By Oct. 8, 2009

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Dell gets thin: Inspiron 11z debuts for only $399

For $399, the Dell Inspiron 11z is instantly one of the cheaper thin-and-lights out there.

By Aug. 18, 2009

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The great $500 laptop challenge

With a $500 budget and a list of rules, we sent some CNET editors out to find the perfect budget laptop.

By Aug. 2, 2013

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This could be the world's lightest 11.6-inch laptop

Weighing in at just over two pounds, the new X11 notebook from Gigabyte reportedly takes the title as the world's lightest 11.6 incher.

By May. 31, 2012

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Get an HP Pavilion dm1z ultraportable for $349.99

Just to be clear, "ultraportable" is HP's word. This isn't an ultrabook, nor is it a Netbook. It's just a compact, lightweight, and very slick laptop.

By Apr. 9, 2012

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Time to drop the Netbook label

As cheaper, ultrathin notebooks hit stores, the term Netbook no longer offers much distinction.

By Aug. 20, 2009

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Dell's "Z" series combines budget Inspiron line with Intel CULV CPUs, according to online chatter

The folks over at Gizmodo think they've stumbled across some new upcoming Dell products for the holiday season, and have posted some pics and details about the Inspiron Z series.

By Aug. 12, 2009

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Gartner: PC sales to make slight recovery by year's end

Demand isn't as dire as originally forecast; sales will be down just 2 percent for the year.

By Sep. 23, 2009