smartbook


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smartbook

(1) A lightweight, netbook-sized computer that runs the Linux or Android operating system. See netbook.

(2) A book that has been converted into an electronic format. The "smart" comes from being able to search the contents. See e-book.
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The smartbook features a pairing process using MediaTek's Hotknot technology.
99 you can order a book called Grammar Pitfalls: English Grammar SmartBook.
Notebooks in the Smartbook Digital Series come with one of four high-tech devices including a spell-checker calculator, organizer, digital voice memo recorder or FM auto-scan radio.
ODCS G1 posted Notification of Future Change (NOFC) E-1410-06 that contains the implementation instructions to the electronic DA PAM 611-21, Smartbook.
The IHS iSuppli analysis notes that the Tegra 2 is the same chip found in a Toshiba smartbook model.
In addition, QUALCOMM and ARM also unveil the brand new concept of mobile device, Smartbook, claiming that, with all-day battery life, the new class of devices can bridge the functional divide between smartphones and laptops.
6 (ANI): Former Black Caps captain Stephen Fleming and former Black Cap bowler Richard Petrie have set up Digital Publications, a company with the New Zealand licence for SmartBook software, which lets companies distribute large, media-rich documents electronically without losing image quality.
Implementation instructions are announced by Memorandum, Notification of Future Change (NOFC) A-1410-03 and posted in Smartbook DA PAM 611-21.
At the computer-communications trade fair, the company shows applications equipped with its chips, including Acer Liquid and neoTouch smartphones, Dell Android Streak mobile internet device, HP Compact Airlife 100 smartbook, and HTC Droid Incredible and Nexus One smartphones.
Okay, It's a Smartbook: The Lenovo Skylight is the company's first entry into the emerging smartbook category, and the device looks promising.
The partnership will focus on Qualcomm's wireless businesses and provide technologies for handheld products that operate on the CDMA2000, WCDMA and 4G/LTE cellular standards, including the emerging smartbook device segment.