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Laptops

Laptops getting extreme makeovers

The Flybook pushes the envelope on size. If that's not your style, how about a suede case?

A laptop the size of a DVD case? How about one that matches your suede jacket? You may be in luck. Also: January may see the debut of Intel-based Apple portables.

A tiny Windows laptop with a sense of fashion

In a world of smaller and smaller laptops, the Flybook attemps to find a balance between miracle and torture device.
December 1, 2005

photos Dialogue's micro laptop is a full-blown Windows XP computer complete with touch screen and stylus.
December 1, 2005

Laptop fan maker to increase output

The world's largest manufacturer of laptop fans plans to raise up to $20 million for expansion.
December 1, 2005

Intel likes a touch of suede

Chipmaker sees virtues--and maybe profits--in veering away from "monotone grays and blacks" for laptops.
November 30, 2005

photos Intel and Toray Ultrasuede have designed a concept laptop that features a microfiber suede fabric.
November 30, 2005

Apple may launch Intel laptops soon, analyst says

Citigroup analyst raises target on Mac maker's stock, predicts debut of Intel-based notebook in January.
November 30, 2005

Is retail right for Dell?

Recent appearance at some Costco outlets of a 15-inch laptop has some analysts wondering what Dell is up to.
November 29, 2005

previous coverage

blog New Shuffle expected to be smaller than a stick of gum and could come in multiple colors.
November 18, 2005

$100 laptop expected in late 2006

MIT's Nicholas Negroponte and U.N.'s Kofi Annan announce details of hand-cranked laptop for kids in developing world.
November 16, 2005

Leather laptops coming soon

Don't put a coffee cup on that laptop with the fancy exterior. It might leave a ring. Dow Chemical and Tulip partner on tech fashion.
March 15, 2005

Luxurious laptops

photos If PCs in metallic cases aren't your thing, perhaps a zebra-striped leather-bound notebook will be more your style.
March 15, 2005