Linux Netbooks

The return of the Turbo button • The Registry

Do you remember the days when desktop processors needed heat sinks? Are you tired of the constant flow of new computer technologies that never seem to make things easier? Intel has good news for you: it’s bringing back an old friend: the turbo button. Best of all, you won’t need …

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Raspberry Pi tablet gets radio surgical upgrade

We are always excited when we buy a new tablet. But after a few months, it usually ends up at the bottom of a stack of papers on the credenza, the victim of not being as powerful as our desktops and not as convenient as our phones. However, if you …

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How to install Windows 11 on the ONEXPLAYER portable gaming PC

The ONEXPLAYER is one of the most powerful portable gaming computers to date, supporting up to an Intel Core i7-1195G7 processor, 16 GB of RAM, up to 2 TB of storage and an 8 , 4 inches, 2560 x 1600 pixels. But the ONEXPLAYER originally came with Windows 10. Do …

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802.11g or 802.11n Wi-Fi Netbook?

By Joseph Moran July 08, 2009 All netbooks come with Wi-Fi, but not all Wi-Fi is created equal. We give you the wireless setup on the most popular brands of netbooks. Related Articles All netbooks come with Wi-Fi, but before you buy, take a closer look to see which type …

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HP Mini 2140 – Wi-FiPlanet.com

By Eric Grevstad March 26, 2009 HP Mini 2140 $ 449Pros: 802.11a / b / g / draft-n Wi-Fi; Bluetooth; cheerful performances; top notch keyboard.Cons: awkward touchpad; small screen; more expensive than competitors in its class. A year ago, HP entered the netbook market. Well, stepped in. Well put a …

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Four Favorite Netbooks – Wi-FiPlanet.com

By Jamie Bsales January 21, 2009 The class of ultraportable and affordable netbooks, on which Wi-Fi is generally standard, keeps improving. We recommend four of our favorites under $ 550 (even less, if you prefer Linux) from the second generation. In 2008, laptop sales topped desktop computer sales for the …

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Netbook Smackdown: XP, Windows 7 and Ubuntu face to face

By Adrian Kingsley-Hughes February 19, 2009 What’s the best operating system to use on new ultra-portable netbook systems? We used a Samsung NC10 netbook and three operating systems to find out. Related Articles What’s the best operating system to use on new ultra-portable netbook systems? I used a Samsung NC10 …

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Acer Aspire One – Wi-FiPlanet.com

By Eric Grevstad September 03, 2008 Windows XP and a 120GB hard drive give Acer’s compact 2.3-pound netbook PC an edge over Linux lightweight when it comes to adding software (although there is also a version Linux). The Atom-powered ultraportable also has an 8.9-inch display, near-full keyboard, cheaply ($ 349) …

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