Overview of Netbooks in 2009 & Current State of the Market 2010

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10 Mar, 2010 12:12 am

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Sascha give an interview to brecht Ryckaert of MultiMediaWereld.be at CeBIT 2010. It has been exactly one year since they have spoken and Sascha catches up Ryckaert on what happened in the netbook space in 2009 and where he projects the market to move towards on 2010.

Multimediawereld.be: interview with Sascha of Netbooknews from brecht ryckaert on Vimeo.

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  • gman

    Yay the first time I agree with Sasha! You've said something negative about Intel. Competition wise, I think you taped this before the AMD announcement correct? Also I agree with the tablet joke. A tablet with a keyboard accessory is? Yes, a netbook for all intents and purposes. I'm glad you finally see things my way. Intel has essentially helped to impede the processors and capabilities of netbooks. They have made an effort to cripple ION, but at least you are happy as I am about ION netbooks and the Acer ION netbook coming to market. I just think a lot of people are complacent and believe as a consumer you don't deserve more from a netbook. That bugs me. There is no reason to have limitations on a 10 inch computer. Unless of course you want to make sure that your pals can still sell the more expensive laptops that offer some more weight, size, and less portability. Ah yes, but those laptops translate into profit for the big companies. See Intel can't really make the almighty netbook. At least not quite yet.

  • gman

    Yay the first time I agree with Sasha! You've said something negative about Intel. Competition wise, I think you taped this before the AMD announcement correct? Also I agree with the tablet joke. A tablet with a keyboard accessory is? Yes, a netbook for all intents and purposes. I'm glad you finally see things my way. Intel has essentially helped to impede the processors and capabilities of netbooks. They have made an effort to cripple ION, but at least you are happy as I am about ION netbooks and the Acer ION netbook coming to market. I just think a lot of people are complacent and believe as a consumer you don't deserve more from a netbook. That bugs me. There is no reason to have limitations on a 10 inch computer. Unless of course you want to make sure that your pals can still sell the more expensive laptops that offer some more weight, size, and less portability. Ah yes, but those laptops translate into profit for the big companies. See Intel can't really make the almighty netbook. At least not quite yet.