Tuesday 17 April 2012 at 12:49 pm
It's arguable that netbooks have been somewhat eclipsed lately in the press by tablets and indeed ultrabooks, as well. But are they really lacking, or are people's priorities not the same as the initial target market for these mini-laptops?
Netbooks are, it's worth remembering, not as limited as tablets. In fact, they're sitting on specs that didn't look out of place in a laptop several years ago, and are perfectly capable of performing all sorts of tasks. Tablets, however, are not designed with capability in mind in the same way that a laptop, PC or, of course, a netbook is. Tried playing on a netbook? Works fine. Tablet? Not the same.
Thursday 22 March 2012 at 2:43 pm
The IdeaPad line that the Lenovo IdeaPad S205 netbook is included in, first of all is produced for pleasant and comfortable leisure time.
The laptops of this series are known for their attractive design, the good quality of the display and volume, as well as for worthy technical characteristics which allow to play HD videos, games and different applications of high demand.
The “S” letter preceding the name of the netbook means the series it is included in.
The main purpose is web surfing. They are notable for their high mobility and autonomy, attractive exterior and more affordable price as compared with other laptops.
Sunday 12 February 2012 at 07:49 am
Not only Samsung denies the “netbook
” word. Another manufacturer of mobile computers – Lenovo – also decided to take leave of so-called label that lost its attractiveness in consumers’ opinion.
The video dedicated to an Ideapad S110 model, demonstrates this fact very clearly. Ideapad S110 is based on the Intel Atom N2600 (Cedar Trail) CPU and has the 10, 1 inches display.
However, in the video the device is called as “mini-notebook”, not as “netbook”.