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Everex StepNote VA4101M

If you absolutely, positively need a new Windows Vista laptop but only have $500 to spend, the cheap but serviceable Everex StepNote VA4101M is the only game in town. Sluggish performance and exceedingly short battery life, however, prevent it from ably serving as a primary, day-to-day system.

By February 15, 2007

2.5 stars Editors' rating February 15, 2007

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Everex StepNote NC1500

The Everex StepNote NC1500 comes in under $500--thanks to an off-brand CPU--but its poor performance and meager battery life means you should invest a little more in a traditional Intel or AMD budget laptop.

By November 19, 2006

2.5 stars Editors' rating November 19, 2006

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Rumor: Everex planning new notebook

A 10.2-inch model would supposedly compete in the same space as the Asus Eee PC 1000 and MSI Wind.

By July 3, 2008


Almost the Google PC: Everex gPC available at Wal-Mart

Finally, a real-world Web PC, for just $198.

By October 31, 2007


Everex hits the books with $298 open-source desktop

Everex announces Wal-Mart will carry its Windows-based, back-to-school $298 desktop, which features open-source productivity software.

By July 19, 2007


Aspire One, MSI Wind, and more: The week in laptops

Computex 2008 brought and avalanche of little laptops from Asus, Acer, Qualcomm, Everex, and MSI. Also, WiMax, new GPUs from ATI and Nvidia, and more!

By June 6, 2008


Palm Foleo: Not such a dumb concept after all?

Asus, Everex, and soon perhaps even Hewlett-Packard and Acer, are making subnotebooks for niche markets. And we probably owe a small debt to the Foleo for that.

By February 21, 2008


Everex abandons palm-sized PC line

The company was never a heavy hitter in the handheld market, but the exit is another blow for Microsoft's Windows CE, which has struggled to make a dent in Palm Computing's market-share dominance.

November 15, 1999


Everex climbs mini-notebook mountain

The company will debut its first Windows CE-based mini-notebook along with an upgraded palm-size information manager.

November 13, 1998