I got a Dell Mini 9 and have been comparing it to the eeePC. I’ll do a more detailed analysis later, but here are my first impressions: I was surprised that the Mini is nearly the same form factor and
The next evolution of mobile technology is mini-laptops. At prices as low as $249, these devices are affordable and provide an excellent way to integrate technology to improve student learning. A new wave of EETT money that was included in
I’m starting a new series of mini-movies on tips for using the eeePC mini-laptops. Here’s the first one. Let me know what ideas you have for others that might be helpful.
I’m still working on some kind of grid of all the new low-cost mini-laptops coming out, but I have to say that it’s a little difficult to keep up! In particular, Asus seems to be coming out with new models
I’ve been wondering what name the industry is going to settle on for the new low-cost sub-laptop devices like the OLPC, the eeePC, the Classmate, and others. (These devices are generally smaller than a laptop, but bigger than a handheld.
There have been several new mobile devices coming out, and now HP has one as well. The HP 2133 Mini-Notebook is $499 with Linux. (As with all of these new category devices, the price is quite a bit higher with
Happy New Year! I haven’t been blogging as much as usual the last month or two because I am up to my ears in a ton of curriculum we’re developing for mobile devices. (THE Journal ran a nice article about