The Acer Aspire V5-171-6867 crams the horsepower of a full-fledged budget ultrabook into an 11-inch ultraportable, for several hundred dollars less than most equivalent products. It's a great budget laptop to consider, but sacrifices have been made to shrink down that much computer into a tiny package.
DisplaySearch's second-quarter study shows that tablets, and particularly Apple's iPad, are filling demand for small, portable devices larger than a smartphone.
Fujitsu's Netbook aims at the educational market with mixed results.
Made by Taiwan-based Inventec, it costs around $299.
Chip designer creates a mini-notebook reference design for notebook makers, providing the source files for download.
Lenovo's 11-inch ultraportables come with a choice of AMD or next-gen Atom processors.
Solo's Netbook bag is well built and nice-looking, but we can't think of a reason to buy a Netbook bag, no matter how well crafted it might be.
Razer has officially unveiled its first foray into system-building. The new product, teased in a full-page ad Razer ran in the Wall Street Journal on August 22, is the 17-inch Razer Blade.
HP has refreshed its Envy, Pavilion and Mini laptop ranges. Click the story for UK pricing, but we warn you the picture is one ugly laptop
Dell jumps in on the Core i3 and i5 party, and the Mini 10 gets a little more entertainment-friendly.