Netbook Summit 2010

During my lunch break today, I briefly poked my head in at the Netbook Summit!

It was great opportunity to see the latest netbooks from manufacturers like Dell and Toshiba, as well as devices using technology from nVidia and AMD.

I even played with an Acer Liquid smartphone (above) and JKK‘s über sexy Hanvon B10 tablet running ExB‘s PTPT user interface on top of Windows 7…

It was also a chance to hang out with fellow bloggers from all over the planet, including Joanna Stern of Engadget, Sascha Pallenberg of Netbook News, and Johannes Knapp of newgadgets.de

Enjoy some pictures :)

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3 Responses to Netbook Summit 2010

  1. Chris says:

    what did you think of the liquid? The price makes it a tempting alternative to the nexus/desire

    • tnkgrl says:

      Very nice phone – hot design. Screen is a little small at 3.5″ (800×480, which is good), and it’s only Android 1.6…

      But no US 3G will be a deal breaker for most here – I think the Nexus One is a better choice!

  2. hey, nice post! there’s also a newer acer liquid, the liquid e. i think it’s the same hardware but android 2.1. i really like the phone and actually prefer it to, say, the x10.

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