The week belonged to Dell, which finally confirmed one of the worst kept secrets in laptopdom, the
Aside from launching new laptops, Dell also made headlines by. Now that the deadline's passed, though, you'll have to pay $50 for the option. Buyers can take solace in the fact that , according to the super-sleuths at CNET U.K.
In little-laptop news, we LuvBook U100., which was supposed to start shipping today but didn't. However, the did show up--am I the only one who's losing track of all the Eee PC's variations? Colleagues at CNET Asia reported on that are popping up in Japan. Also in Japan, Mouse Computer announced the awesomely named, 10.6-inch
Also worth reading: a California company has developed photos of the oh-so-shiny Voodoo Envy 133; Newmarket Technology acquired Everex, manufacturer of the CloudBook, from its Taiwan-based parent company; and the U.S. Congress debated the issues of searching citizens' laptops when they return to the country from abroad.; Engadget has "in the wild"
Finally, as part of his summer road trip, CNET News.com reporter Daniel Terdiman discovered that your busted Toshiba laptop is likely to be repaired by UPS..
Have a great weekend!