Makers of ultraslim panels and suppliers of touch screens are making it tough for PC vendors to get their notebooks to stores. Still, research firm NPD DisplaySearch sees shipments growing this year.
If thin phones make you drool, go on and grab a napkin.
If you need an inexpensive, temporary keyboard to accompany your laptop on the road, I-Rocks RF-6520 may be a good fit for you; however, if you're shopping for a permanent desktop replacement keyboard, you should look elsewhere.
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Last year, ultraslim PCs, which include ultrabooks and Apple's MacBook Air, could only muster 3.4 million unit shipments. One research firm expects that figure to rise dramatically.
This week, the FCC gives Huawei's eye-popping Ascend P1 the go-ahead, paving a path for a U.S. landing.
Monoprice's upcoming slim cables with RedMere are dramatically thinner at long cable lengths, making them much easier to maneuver in tight spaces.
Sharp announces its ultraslim televisions for 2012, with sizes ranging from 42 inches up to 70 inches, with edge-lit panels and smart-TV features.
Intel updates processor price list with faster chips targeted at growing market for ultraslim laptops, while an analyst says chipmaker will become a major "solutions package" provider for this market.
Take a close up look at the Asus UX21, which is being touted as a serious competitor to Apple's MacBook Air.
At Computex 2011 in Taipei, Crave Asia gets a hands-on look at the Asus UX21, a serious competitor to Apple's MacBook Air.