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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


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


Fujitsu M2010 Mini-notebook

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

5 Images By June 2, 2009


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


Qualcomm debuts 3G Linux mini-notebook

Made by Taiwan-based Inventec, it costs around $299.

By June 3, 2008


Via opens up its mini-notebook design

Chip designer creates a mini-notebook reference design for notebook makers, providing the source files for download.

By May 27, 2008


HP recalls 6M laptop power cords for 'fire and burn hazard'

Those power cords that connect to Compaq notebooks, mini notebook computers, and certain accessories can overheat and cause burns or property damage.

By August 26, 2014


Via trots out mini notebook, mobile motherboard

Taiwanese company, trying to up its market share, unveils tiny NanoBook, plus hardware for smart phones. Photos: Via's little mobos

By June 5, 2007


Fujitsu beefs up mini-notebook

The PC maker ratchets up the performance of its LifeBook P2000 with a faster processor, Transmeta's Crusoe TM5800, which runs at 933MHz.

By October 28, 2002


Toshiba displays mini-notebook

Toshiba showed off for the Japanese market a new mini-notebook that the company claims can provide up to 14 hours of battery life. Part of the power savings comes from a low-temperature polysilicon display, Toshiba said. A larger, optional battery has to be used to achieve the longest battery time. The new notebook contains a 5800 Crusoe processor from Transmeta, a 20GB hard drive and 256MB of memory; it runs at 800MHz. It will cost between $1,000 and $1,300, depending on the configuration, and will be officially released May 18. Toshiba is one of Transmeta's largest customers but has not brought one of the notebooks to the United States.

By April 24, 2002