Hybrid Notebook


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petetherock

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11" carry-around for musc?

You must be kidding...

2 OS?

I thought he meant Mac AND PC, then that would be cool.... zzzz
 

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zac08

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more like an expensive toy to take over the phone, since what he's saying is that the tablet uses 3G connection.
 

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more like an expensive toy to take over the phone, since what he's saying is that the tablet uses 3G connection.

I predict the next two generation of Nexus One (N1)
maybe N2 or N3 will have all the above features
and more.

The bigger tablets are for those who wants solid work to
be done on location. No one can assumed the Apple iPhone
will just stop there without giving Leveno a challenge.
 

night86mare

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you mean, the macbookpro isn't a hybrid notebook?

i thought it was heavy enough to be a desktop! :bsmilie:
 

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you mean, the macbookpro isn't a hybrid notebook?

i thought it was heavy enough to be a desktop! :bsmilie:

It depends on what you really mean by "hybrid".
Maybe Leveno thinks by having a tablet being taken
out of their notebook is.

Let see if they could make it. :bsmilie:
 

chalib

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.... and how reliable the hybrid system is
 

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Interesting... with 3G, does it mean that the tablet can also work as a mobile phone?
Imagine how that will look if you had to answer your tablet... :bsmilie:
 

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