Entries Tagged as 'Netbook Accessories'

Monday, January 3rd, 2011

Intel SSD 310 Series now available for netbooks and tablets

Intel has launched a new solid state disks that are a mere 1/8th the size (measuring 2″ x 1.2″ x 0.2″) of their current X25 SSDs while offering similar or better performance. The new Intel SSD 310 is a small form factor solid state disk ( it looks like mini PCI Express card), but actually uses a mSATA interface.

Friday, October 8th, 2010

Logitech Speaker Lapdesk N550 rocks your netbook

Tired of the tinny sound of your netbook’s speakers? Well check out Logitech’s Speaker Lapdesk N700 and come back to tell us the difference between the two. The Logitech N550i s a two-speaker, heat-shielded pad that not only shields your thighs (and other bits) from heat, but at the same time pumps up the audio from your probably lacking netbook.

Friday, July 23rd, 2010

Plextor shows off USB-powered external Bluray drive

Plextor has been showing off their external bluray drive – the Plextor PX-B120U. At just $99 (in the US), it’s the cheapest price we’ve seen on an external bluray drive, and the fact that it is powered over USB means that you won’t have to carry around an annoying power brick, or have to look for another outlet.

Wednesday, October 28th, 2009

Build this DIY netbook stand for less than a tenner

Despite the plethora of netbook accessories out there – mostly in the form of cases and covers, there isn’t much in the way of stands for your netbook. Well, Kathleen Henri at Instructables has you covered for less than L10 and a fun DIY project to boot. She’s posted d a tutorial at Instructables for building a nice looking netbook stand (7″-10″ screens only) using some uncoventional parts to be found at your local Ikea (Ikea hacking anyone?).

Thursday, September 17th, 2009

Digital TV on your netbook with the tiny PCTV picoStick USB Digital TV tuner

Want to watch television on your netbook?  Well, PCTV’s latest offering is perfect for you.  The picoStick, launched at PlayBite 2009 in London today, is being billed as the world’s smallest DVB-T tuner, requires no antenna, costs £59 (about  and should be available from Amazon.co.uk next week.  It’s a device that’s clearly aimed at netbook […]

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