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mini-laptops

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Don't call it a Netbook! Atom-powered 11-inch Lenovo IdeaPad S200 is 'mini notebook'

Lenovo's 11-inch ultraportables come with a choice of AMD or next-gen Atom processors.

By January 8, 2012

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iPad fingered in mini-notebook decline

DisplaySearch's second-quarter study shows that tablets, and particularly Apple's iPad, are filling demand for small, portable devices larger than a smartphone.

By September 30, 2010

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Is MSI dual-screen mini-laptop the way to go for future ultraportables?

MSI's concept device removes a physical keyboard and offers extra screen real estate. Could it be an excellent idea for small devices?

By January 10, 2010

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Fujitsu M2010 Mini-notebook

Fujitsu's Netbook aims at the educational market with mixed results.

5 Images By June 2, 2009

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Lenovo teases "Pocket Yoga" mini-laptop

Looking suspiciously like Sony's Vaio P series, Lenovo's new device is called the "Pocket Yoga."

8 Images By March 16, 2009

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Lenovo teases 'Pocket Yoga' mini laptop

photos Looking suspiciously like Sony's Vaio P series, the Chinese manufacturer's rumored new device, called the Pocket Yoga, features a flippable tablet screen and a tiny leather belt.

By March 16, 2009

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LG looking to get into mini-notebooks?

A report says MSI has been tapped to make a Netbook for the Korean electronics giant.

By July 23, 2008

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Photos: Computex buzz on mini-laptops, chips

Manufacturers show off mini-laptops based on Intel's Atom chip, promising high performance and long battery life.

By June 4, 2008

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Intel Atom N270: The brains behind the mini laptop revolution

Last week, we brought you a full hands-on with the MSI Wind, but we couldn't tell you what CPU it was using. Today, the secret's out

By June 3, 2008

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Elonex webbook: Free mini laptop at Carphone Warehouse

Just when you thought the tiny laptop market couldn't get any more saturated, along comes Elonex and Carphone with yet another miniature machine

By June 3, 2008