Intel shared their vision of companion computing and their plans with the Atom platform. We also took a tour of Intel's booth.
We heard Samsung launched new sleek and sexy notebooks, so we suited up to be equally sexy and popped by their flagship store at Vivo City to check out their cool factor. Expect new Core i7/i5 configurations with GeForce 300M/400M graphics amongst others.
Your guess is as good as mine if computing tablets would see out netbooks this year. Anyhow, we took the very thin and very premium LG X300 out for a spin to see how it fares before they turn into an artifact forever lost in the sands of time.
Intel showcased a live running demonstration of the Sandy Bridge for the first time in public. Catch the demo in full HD video, plus motherboards based on the upcoming Intel 6-series chipset which would be used with the Sandy Bridge processor.
Fujitsu's new thin and slim netbook makes its way to our labs for a quick preview. Looking all drool worthy and slim is the LifeBook MH330 and we find out if it's worth a bite.
Fujitsu takes computing down to the mini levels with the pocket sized Fujitsu LifeBook UH900. And yes, it does fit comfortably in the pocket.
Hot on the trail of the ASUS Eee PC 1005PE is another Pine Trail contender, the Samsung N220 netbook. Let's dig in and see if it really works as good as it looks.
Lenovo makes a strong case to skip the usual netbook form factor with this foray into the world of tablet computing, the new Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3t.