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flybook

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FlyBook V33i HSDPA: Frustration at your fingertips

This stylish convertible laptop gives you broadband Internet access wherever there's a 3G phone signal, but it'll cost ya

By October 17, 2006

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Flybook VM: Mile-high, club-class laptop

It's the curse of long-haul flights in economy: you're trying to commune with your laptop but the person in front of you leans back and their seat decapitates your screen. Flybook's VM laptop may be the answer

By June 8, 2006

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Battle of the giraffe-necked laptops

Philips comes out with its own 'Longneck' with extendable screen

By April 27, 2007

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Laptops of the future coming up at CeBIT 2007

Come check out three of the hottest laptops we reckon will be on show at this year's CeBIT exhibition in Germany

By March 6, 2007

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Laptop may save posture, not money

$3,000 'FlyBook' has telescoping screen

By December 10, 2006

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Tech firms in World Cup profiteering shocker

Every four years we see a plethora of tech products inspired by the World Cup -- this year is no different. Here's a round-up of the best (worst?) we've seen so far

By May 17, 2006

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Laptops getting extreme makeovers

The Flybook pushes the envelope on size. If that's not your style, how about a suede case?

By December 1, 2005

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Year in review: Gizmos up the style ante

Flocking to the Razr phone, iPod Nano and other stylish gadgets, consumers affirmed that design matters.

December 24, 2005

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Week in pictures: Laptops get blue-suede hues

roundup High style comes to some portable PCs, Symantec heads for the bunker, and robots take Tokyo.

By December 2, 2005

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Week in review: Doing the security dance

Patches and exploits to software flaws led to a week of hackers and security managers playing a game of cat and mouse.

By December 1, 2005