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Re: [News] Sub-notebooks to Continue Growth (Help GNU/Linux, Kill Microsoft Margins)

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____/ 7 on Tuesday 15 Sep 2009 20:37 : \____

> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
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>> Players hold different views on netbook shipments in 2010
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>> | Global netbook shipments are expected to reach 25-30 million units in
>> | 2009, but opinions are divided over the outlook for 2010 with some
>> | netbook players forecasting volumes to grow, while others believe
>> | shipments will stay flat.
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>> http://www.digitimes.com/news/a20090914PD201.html
>> Netbooks have a huge impact on the PC industry
> Personally I think they are underestimate the market again and again.
> Everyone wants a fully fledged 7" touch Linux netbook with a mobile internet
> connection that is water proof. The screen must do 1280x1024 or better.
> It should come with built in GPS as well.
> You see a lot of people walking  with their mobiles these days fixated on
> messaging and browsing and anything else that relieves boredom.
> The right persons to address that market would be google again
> with their ARM smartbooks. But others who sign up good quality mobile
> internet provider with the correct smartbook can also make a killing.
> Mobiles, laptops, smartphones, smartbooks, netbooks are all separate
> devices in my opinion and don't each on each other.
> There is no way I would use smartbooks with VoIP as a subtitute for
> a mobile phone for example. There is no way I would use a smartbook
> for a netbook. There is no way I would use a smartphone to substitute
> a laptop. I got to have it all as separate items for specific
> functions.

How about LONG calls?

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