In honor of Halloween, the laptop world was full of spooky headlines this week. Taking a page from Dr. Frankenstein, OWC started. Deep in a secret laboratory, Psystar was . And through some sort of black magic (or, you know, manufacturing) eMachines brought its notebook line back from the dead with .
If smoke and flames are more your style, Sony also, 35,000 of which were sold in the United States, after reports of some batteries overheating.
Of course, not all the week's news was so macabre. HP rolled out its 10-inch Netbook, the, and left the door open to selling the mini-laptop .
In Japan, began shipping the refreshed MacBook Air., which pushes the definition of Netbook. And Apple
We also continued to add reviews to our, and I rounded up some of the .
In other news, MSI released a BIOS update that lets you overclock its popular Wind Netbook; our colleagues at Crave Asia picked up on ; Lenovo to the IdeaPad S10 Netbook; and laptop shipments surpassed desktop shipments in the United States.
Finally, Intel and Asus are looking for free brainpower: the companiesto gather consumer input on laptop designs for use in a future "community designed" PC.
Have a spooky (and safe) weekend!