PC Mag have done a review for Lenovo’s new umpc call the IdealPad S10. It didn’t wow them too much. I personally like the look of it, something to think about when I upgrade my EeePC 7″. Check out the review here.
Dell is the latest to join the now getting extremely crowded UMPC market with their inspiron mini 9. All the basic features are there but their standard battery last for 4hrs. 9″ screen with loads of optional extras like bluetooth or upto 16Gb of SSD. Ubuntu is optional as well, the standard is XP with SP3. I still like the Lenovo Ideapad. Check it out here.
Another day, another mini notebook on the market, this time it’s from Taiwanese company Acer with it’s Aspire One. Same deal like the other mini’s, wifi, 3x usb, 8.9″ screen, 8gb SSD etc. Although this laptop is relatively cheaper than the EeePC 900 or HP miniNote at only $375 (Amazon.com). A nice review can be found here.
More and more ultra portable laptops are appearing on to the market, here’s a new one from AMD, check it out here.
The black P900 have been caught in the wild. Someone posted pics of his P900 on his flickr page, check it out here. It has good comparison to some laptops and handsets.
Here’s more pics of the HP mini laptop named 2133 mini-note. Still abit bigger than the eeePC 7″. Check it out here.