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ASUS UX21 – Ultrathin Core i7 Laptop
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ASUS UX21 – Ultrathin Core i7 Laptop

Sleek ultra thin and light laptops are the super models of the mobile computing world. Joining the Macbook Air and the Samsung Series 9 in strutting it's stuff on the runway is the Asus UX21. With measurements of 1.1kgs, 17mm at its thickest point and an Intel Core i7 processor for a brain all wrapped up in an all aluminium body this laptop will surely set a lot of wallets on fire. It was revealed by Asus at Computex 2011 in Taipei, Taiwan. No pricing or availability info has been released yet but other features include a SATA III SSD, USB 3.0 connectivity, glass trackpad and the ability to hibernate for up to a week. Hands on video thanks to Engadget embedded below.
ASUS Eee Pad Transformer is a winner
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ASUS Eee Pad Transformer is a winner

In case you've been living under a rock, 2011 is the year of the tablets. Apple's iPad burst unto the scene in early 2010 and since then other tech giants have been positioning themselves to take advantage of this new segment of mobile computing. A tablet specific version of Android is now available and just as in the smartphone segment a plethora of android powered tablets are being released or are on the horizon, the Motorola Xoom, Samsung Galaxy tabs and Acer Iconia being 3 of at least 7 I can remember off the top of my head. There is one contender though that I am most excited about and it's called the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer. Modern Mobile Device It's a tablet, it's a netbook, it's mobile, it's powerful, it's modern, it's new and it's different but familiar. That is how I describ...
Evolution Of The Netbook – Asus Eee Pc 1015PEM Review
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Evolution Of The Netbook – Asus Eee Pc 1015PEM Review

It has been a little over a year now since I have stepped in the mobile computing universe I have always been a strong desktop user and didn’t have or in some cases see the need for having a laptop not to mention thier prices which were not all that  attractive to begin with, so the closest thing I had to mobile computing was my smartphone. After purchasing my first mobile computing device my Samsung NC10 which I also wrote about on Geezam.com in a post titled Netbook Misconception – My NC10 Review. My old Samsung NC10 Netbook will be used as the device of reference when pointing out the advances that Netbooks have undergone. I was surprisingly pleased with its overall performance and reliability and how it made my work days so much easier so after a year odd of basking in the Netbook r...