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on 02/01/2010 – Made popular on 02/01/2010
The company we know best for its flat-screen TVs, Vizio, is moving into a whole new space, personal computers, with the launch of the Vizio family of notebooks and desktops, available through Microsoft’s (NASDAQ: MSFT) online store.
With design cues reminiscent of Apple’s sleek MacBook notebooks and all-in-one (AIO) desktop computers, the Vizio line includes three notebooks and two AIO desktops, w
I am using ASUS Eee PC 901 with Ubuntu 9.10 Netbook Remix.
I am a rookie of Ubuntu and Linux.
I used Ubuntu since last November, I found it very cool and fast and stable.
But lately I am facing a problem of my Eee PC 901 internal webcam,
it goes black and white once day and the color never come back.
Since I have become a big MSI notebook fan I wanted to share this - I love my GT60 0NE :D
MSI got the CES Innovation Award for the 3 year in a row for their gaming notebooks. You may have their notebooks and not realize it as they also do whitebooks that are used by companies like Cyberpower for their Fangbook.
There’s nothing like some new hardware to round out the week, and Toshiba has dutifully come to bat with a new line of Tecra business-class notebooks aimed at SMBs and boasting some serious structural reinforcement for a bruising life on the road.
Available to partners exclusively through Toshiba Direct, the Tecra R940 and Tecra R950 notebooks are built using a fiberglass-reinforced casing with a
just out of curiosity, has anybody ever used Android as OS for their notebooks or PC. I mean not running Android in VM so you can make use of their apps. I mean Android as standalone OS for a computer or notebook.
Does it work ?
BURIED in the news was this interesting nugget of information which suggests that Microsoft’s UMPC partner could be in its deathbed. The emergence of low-cost sub-notebooks which run GNU/Linux could not have done OQO any good.
All my OneNote Notebooks are saved to SkyDrive. I can access them from another Computer (Win) but not from my iPad App. My SkyDrive shows up in the App as a connected service but it won't sync to my Notebooks. The icon is greyed out with an x in the corner.
I have the SkyDrive app and all my Notebooks show there with option to open in another App, but OneNote is not included.