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Japanese PC maker shows a laptop with two sliding screens at Ceatec 2009.
Known for making low-cost convertible tablets with 7- to 9-inch screen sizes, the Japanese maker's latest model is a notebook with a tiny 4.8-inch touch screen.
The Gachapin & Mukku Netbook is a limited edition, and it's aimed at kids using cartoon characters (a dinosaur and a bigfoot) that Japanese tots are familiar with.
Last week, someone in the forums asked if anyone made a netbook with an integrated DVD drive. "No," we replied, "that's not possible." But we were wrong
The brand has made a name for itself with affordable lines.
roundup The Japanese equivalent of Las Vegas' CES and Berlin's IFA is packed to the skylights with practical products--and offers a glimpse into the future of gadgetry.
Dell introduced two Studio laptops, Sony is reportedly on the verge of releasing new laptops based on Intel Centrino 2, and the little laptops keep on coming.
AMD-based netbook-like laptop seen at Computex doesn't mean AMD is getting into the netbook space because, according to the chipmaker, it's already there.
Before the Intel Atom processors, there was the A110. This chip spawned some unsightly notebooks.
Kohjinsha ultra-portable is priced well under $1,000.