After the first edition of the Notebook Chart in 2012 it’s time to look at the Netbook Chart. HP retained the top two spots from the month before which didn’t surprise us at all. What did surprise us however is the return of Dell Inspiron Duo which came back to the top ten chart after almost a year of absence from our charts. Just what attracted so many views is unknown to us. Perhaps it was the unique shape-shifting to a tablet netbook that inspired you or could it be that custom design speaker dock by JBL? Apart from HP and Dell other manufacturers entering our netbook chart are Asus, Acer, Packard Bell, eMachines, Samsung and Toshiba. Check the full chart after the break.
After psoting Top 10 Most Popular Notebooks in April 2011 chart it’s their smaller brothers’ turn with most popular netbooks chart. Toshiba claimed top 3 spots last month and this month we see similar popularity with Toshiba NB550D-109 staying at top spot with almost double the visits of the second position Packar Bell dot se (710UK). Unlike notebook chart where we mostly see HP and Toshiba notebooks the netbook chart is well balanced with each manufacturer having one or two entries. Check the full chart after the break.
We have already posted Top Ten Most Popular Notebooks in March 2011 chart and now it’s netbooks’ turn. As we have created a netbook database just a month ago this is the first edition of the Top Ten Most Popular Netbooks chart. With notebook chart mostly dominated by HP the netbook chart is dominated by Toshiba with taking top 3 places with Toshiba NB550D and NB520 premium netbooks. Other manufacturers that managed to crack the top 19 chart are Packard Bell, Asus, Acer and Dell. It seems that HP’s netbooks aren’t even nearly as popular as its notebooks. Check the full Top Ten Most Popular Netbooks in March 2011 after the break.
Dell has teased us with Dell Inspiron Duo – a device promising to bring the versatility of a netbook and form factor of tablet all in one numerous times and now thanks to guys over at Engadget we can put speculations and predictions to rest. It seems the Dell Inspiron Duo pretty much came out as a product we expected. A solid netbook with decent performance but lack of good touchscreen UI, no VGA or HDMI, somewhat short battery life and a starting price of whopping £449 here in the UK we just can’t see it winning many people’s hearts over. Engadget video review after the break. Continue reading >
Dell Inspiron Duo has been briefly showed of and now Dell has released an official teaser on YouTube. Still not much is known about this netbook/tablet (Nettab, anyone?). It pretty much looks like your average 10.1 inch netbook with Intel Atom processor except that it can be converted to a tablet with a flip of the screen. It is not exactly first of its kind as tablet notebooks and netbooks have been around for awhile but it does feature a new mechanism for flipping the screen.
It’s another netbook from Dell sporting 10.1 inch screen and a dual core Intel Atom N550. Oh, wait… A flip of the screen and we have a tablet. Dell Inspiron Duo is a netbook that can be converted into a tablet with a flip of the screen which is great but it adds a bit of bulk compared to the Apple iPad and Samsung Galaxy Tab but unlike them it features a full operating system.