From 2007 to 2009, we saw the rise of the low-powered, dirt-cheap netbook. Today these clunky computers are frequently mocked -- but they did teach us a lesson.
These oft-ridiculed, low-powered laptops were crushed by the iPad, but had an important part to play in the story of computing. Check it out.
It's no surprise at the IFA show to see another manufacturing power join the smartwatch market. But weren't Netbooks left for dead after consumers moved to tablets instead?
Full Windows 8, a touchscreen, a laptop and tablet combined...and great battery life. Did we mention it costs under $400?
The HP SlateBook X2 can be used as a standalone tablet, but it was made for its included keyboard.
Netbooks were just a transition device to the post-PC era. In retrospect, Apple's iPad was the meteor that forced Netbooks into extinction.
Apple CEO Tim Cook says that his company's competitors have "chased after Netbooks" and now want to "make tablets into PCs and PCs into tablets."
Asus Tablet 810 when docked harkens back to the days when the Netbook was in vogue.
A Netbook, a camera, and a gaming laptop are our live on-air hardware demos for this week.
This week, we check out the first new netbook we've seen in a long while, demo the amazing new Lytro camera, and test some games on the funky Razer Blade laptop.