News Of An HP Ultra-Mobile PC

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  1. Subnotebooks have always been overpriced and under-performing. But suddenly that niche has become a lot more interesting.
    It began with low-priced laptops such as the Asus Eee PC, which has been a surprising success since its introduction last October. Then, at the opposite extreme, we got the ultra-thin Apple MacBook Air earlier this year and, coming next week, the Lenovo ThinkPad X300. Now it looks like HP, the world’s largest computer company, is ready to take another stab at subnotes.But the most interesting take came from UMPC Portal, which claims the HP Compaq 2133 will actually use a Via Technologies chip. Via is a distant third in processors, but it has been getting some press recently with the announcement of its next-generation x86 processor of another low-cost laptop, the Everex Cloudbook.


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