Posts in Netbook

PC Snapshot: Sony VAIO Y

By Ben Rudolph

One of the questions I get a lot is “Do you have a recommendation for a PC that’s light, small, cheap, looks great and has a long battery life?”  That may seem like a silly question – it kind of… Read more

Networked TV Tuners are chock full of win

By Pete Brown

Brandon covered the big news this week for Windows Media Center enthusiasts: Ceton released a firmware upgrade and software package that allows you to assign the streams from their InfiniTV TV tuner to other Windows 7 PCs across the network,… Read more

Hands on with the HP Pavilion dm1z: The anti-netbook

By Ben Rudolph

Most people who I talk to who recently bought a netbook say the same thing: “I love the battery life! I love the portability! But I don’t love the performance”. It’s a common trade-off in the world of If you… Read more

Video: Live at the San Francisco Holiday PC Showcase

By Ben Rudolph

The first-ever Windows PC Holiday Showcase was a huge success! Over 40 press, analysts, enthusiasts and contest winners joined me, Brandon, Ryan and dozens of the season’s hottest Windows PCs for a night of great food, cool music, and fun… Read more

5 Great PCs that are Light as Air

By Ben Rudolph

Ever since Apple announced the new MacBook Air last week, I’ve been getting a lot of questions about ultraportable Mostly folks are intrigued by the trend toward small, sleek laptops - but don’t want to pay Apple prices or jump… Read more

October roundup: Netbooks

By Ben Rudolph

For this month’s roundup, Ryan and I wanted to share some of our favorite Unlike the “original” crop of netbooks that were small, underpowered, and cramped to type on, today’s netbooks are bigger, faster, and more beautiful – and run… Read more

Windows PCs take New York…again!

By Ben Rudolph

Unless you were on Mars, living in a cave with your eyes shut and fingers in your ears, you know that yesterday was kind of a big day for the Windows Phone Along with the Phone team, we were there… Read more