Apple iPhone 4 users are less satisfied than iPhone 3GS users

August 6, 2010
HP Mini 5103 netbook makes quiet debut with touchscreen
ZD Net
Rachel King writes about the new Mini 5103 netbook from HP which features a touchscreen.

“The basic 10.1-inch Mini 5103 will include an Intel Atom N455 1.66GHz processor, Intel GMA 3150 graphics, a 160GB hard drive and 1GB of DDR2 memory. But there is room for improvement on this portable HP computer. Users can opt for an Intel Atom N475 1.86GHz CPU, up to 2GB of DDR3 memory, a 320GB hard drive (or even up to 128GB of SSD space), and a touchscreen with a 1,366 x 768 resolution. Users can also boost the battery life to 9.5 hours with a six-cell battery (a must for a netbook) and 3G support.”

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Survey shows iPhone 4 owners less satisfied than iPhone 3GS owners
The Loop
Peter Cohen shares survey results from market research company, ChangeWave that looked at satisfaction levels of iPhone 4 owners, versus iPhone 3GS users.

“The survey gathered responses from 213 iPhone 4 owners – not a huge sample, by any stretch of the imagination, but perhaps large enough to glean some basic information from. A total of 93 per cent of iPhone 4 owners described themselves as either ‘very satisfied’ (72 per cent) or ‘somewhat satisfied’ (21 per cent) with their purchase. By comparison, 99 per cent of iPhone 3GS owners polled last August said the same – and the percentage of ‘very satisfied’ owners was higher, at 82 per cent.”

Acer Aspire One D255 netbook dual boots Android and XP for about $375
Engadget
Thomas Ricker writes about details of Acer’s new Aspire One D255 netbook.

“The 10.1-inch netbook configured with an Atom N450 processor, 1GB of DDR2 memory, 160GB hard disk, and 3-cell battery (with optional six-cell) will cost you about $375 when it hits traditional retail channels sometime in the days ahead.”

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