Samsung Launches New Netbooks with Extended Mobility

Samsung always brings revolution in the new products. This time with the Note Book & Netbook – precisely the battery back up. Dhaka – 13 April, 2010 – A leader in the world’s consumer electronics and IT market, Samsung has launched three new models in its award-winning range of netbooks and notebooks. The new models [...]

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Toshiba Introduces New Notebooks

Toshiba has introduced the Satellite value series of notebooks. The Satellite Series features three models – the T1800, T1850 and T1850C -with variations in hard disk and RAM capacity and monochrome or ultra STN (Super Twist Nematic) colour display technology. The T1800 comes standard with a 20-MHz 386SX CPU, 60 MB hard disk drive, 2 [...]

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Executive Seminar Notebook

Today, I want you to hear about a new company. I want you to give us the benefit of the day. Then, you decide if this is a company that you should be doing business with and talking with about your information technology needs of the future.” Wang’s Renewal Strategy In this way Rick Miller [...]

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TI, Tandy to ambush 386 notebooks with 486 attack

Texas, June 1— Texas Instruments, Inc. and Tandy Corp. have jumped into the 486 notebook saddle, with pricing aimed at pushing 386 notebooks off the fast track. Both TI and Tandy’s Intel Corp. 1486SX-based notebooks are priced around $3,000, a point below the list price for 80386SL-based notebooks from companies such as Compaq Computer Corp. [...]

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Cellular PCs offer benefits, face obstacles

Cellular technology, which revolutionized wireless telephones in the 1980s, now promises to do the same for mobile computers in the 1990s. Analysts predict that most notebook PC makers will offer wireless options by the third quarter of next year. Yet despite the promise, sending data over cellular networks still poses some daunting challenges in terms [...]

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