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Gateway M275 tablet PC

With its first convertible tablet, Gateway trades low weight for extensive functionality and long battery life. But if you need a featherweight tablet, look elsewhere.

By November 12, 2003

3.5 stars Editors' rating November 12, 2003

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Amazon may launch Netflix-like book service

HP launches the TopShot LaserJet Pro printer that can scan 3D objects, Netflix finally arrives on most Android phones, and Amazon.com is rumored to be in talks with major publishers to launch a Netflix-like service for books.

By September 12, 2011


HP announces 15 new printers for consumers and small businesses

At its annual Imaging and Printing Conference in Shanghai, HP announced plans to build out its business imaging division with 13 new printers designed to grease the workflow for small to midsize businesses.

By September 8, 2011


Will XP update give tablets a boost?

XP-based tablets have gotten a lukewarm reception so far. But Microsoft hopes to tempt consumers with improved features.

By August 30, 2004


Cheaper Pentium Ms arrive

Intel launches two lower-price additions to its latest line of notebook processors.

By June 23, 2004


Tablets take their time

A new report says tablet PCs are catching on in some areas but haven't yet made it with most businesses and consumers.

By June 16, 2004


Intel launches Dothan, new naming scheme

The chipmaker launches its new Pentium M chip family, along with a new naming system that de-emphasizes clock speed.

By May 10, 2004


Toshiba unveils second tablet PC

The company releases its Portege M200, a new Windows XP tablet with a higher resolution, 12.1-inch screen and a faster Intel Pentium M processor.

By November 18, 2003


Gateway aims at homes for the holidays

The company throws open the doors on its renovated retail stores and launches an array of digital gadgets and home electronics.

By November 11, 2003