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Laptop New Roundup from our Laptop Blog!

Well, I have to admit to being lazy on the subject of laptops, so here’s a round-up of all the stuff worth taking a look about laptops:

Read about Dell Adamo review here, fake MacBooks spotted, and Sotec C103 is a new contender in the netbook market.

Viewsonic is also getting in the mini-laptop ma

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Dell Inspiron 910 Mini-Notebook coming this week!

You can expect the Dell Inspiron 910 Mini-notebook later this week.  The Dell Inspiron 910 is the very first mini-laptop produced by Dell, who is trying to take a market share of the new “mini” market.

Here’s some Dell Inspiron 910 Links that will inspire you for sure from our pimp blog LaptopPimp.com.

Dell Inspiron 910 Specs and Detailed Pics

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Panasonic ToughBook!

Here’s a cool mini-laptop for tough guys.  (J/k, this  is laptop for geeks who work in a tough environment) :-p

    Genuine Windows Vista Business with Service Pack 1 (with XP downgrade option) Intel Atom processor Z520 1.33GHz with 533MHz FSB, 512KB L2 cache 16GB solid-state removable drive (32GB optional) 1GB memory 5.6-inch WSVGA sunlight viewable touch screen (1024×600 resolution) Antireflective screen treatment LED backlighting Intel Wireless Wi-Fi Link 5100 series (802.11a/g/draft-n) Bluetooth v2.0 + EDR Interfaces: USB 2.0, SD Card,

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Linux starting to take over the world with Mini-notebooks and netbooks!

Recently, I’ve been noticing that more and more laptop manufacturers are putting Linux on their mini-notebooks inluding the Eec PCs.

I’ve actually predicted that Linux would take over Windows back in year 1999 within 5 years.  Boy was I wrong but my prediction that Linux will take over Windows will be true in about another 5 years AFTER the mini-laptop sales really takes off and Linux takes over 50% market share.

Well, it could just be me rambling, then again, it is true that Linux is virtually free and easily customizab

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