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Asus N10J-A1

It may look like your standard Netbook, but the Asus N10J is unique because underneath it features discrete, switchable graphics. You'll pay a bit more for the privilege, but the end result works for gaming on the go, as long as you don't mind dialing down your game settings.

By November 26, 2008

4 stars Editors' rating November 26, 2008

MSRP: $699.00

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iRiver N10

If you can get past the software issues and the battery life, the N10 is a slick pendant-style flash-based player.

By April 25, 2005

3 stars Editors' rating April 25, 2005

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A Netbook that can handle games? We test the Asus N10J

What would happen if someone stuffed a discrete graphics chip into a low-power, low-price Netbook?

By November 30, 2008

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Hands-on with the Asus N10

We've previously mentioned the upcoming Asus N10, the more-expensive cousin to the low-priced Eee PC line.

By September 18, 2008

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Is the Asus N10 still a Netbook for $849?

Is the concept of a high-end luxury Netbook an oxymoron?

By September 8, 2008

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Sony bids farewell to the MiniDisc

Sony is pulling the plug on the MiniDisc, ending the manufacture of stereo systems that support the format.

By February 3, 2013

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Get an Asus 802.11n Wi-Fi router for $14.99 shipped

That's after a $10 mail-in rebate--but even at the prerebate price of $24.99, this feature-packed router is a smokin' deal.

By July 1, 2011

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Nintendo admits 3DS warning could affect sales

Nintendo president says recent announcement acknowledging the 3DS portable gaming device might be harmful to young kids' eyes could hurt sales. But the device is not "dangerous," he says.

By January 10, 2011

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Reports: Nintendo warns of 3DS risk for kids

Company reportedly issues warning that its glasses-free 3D portable gaming device shouldn't be used by kids under 6 when the gadget is in 3D-viewing mode.

By December 28, 2010

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Editors' Choice January 2009 winners

It's back! Our pick of the creme de la creme, the top bananas, the uber-gadgets that stood head and shoulders above the rest of the dross we reviewed in December and January

By February 3, 2009