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RIP: Cloudbook maker, Everex 2008 – 2009

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/everex_cloudbook_ce1200v.jpg">The <a href="http://www.crunchgear.com/tag/cloudbook/">Cloudbook</a> by Everex: It was one of <a href="http

Everex creates Mac Mini-like MySpace PC

If you’re into MySpace enough that you’ve been pining for a PC made JUST for doing MySpace-type activities, Everex has the PC for you. Its what happens when you combine an award winning de

Everex gPC line pulled from Wal-Mart shelves

It seems that your local Wal-Mart is not, in fact, the best place to go to pick up an inexpensive Linux-powered desktop computer running gOS. The Everex gPC line — which our intrepid editor John

Sylvania realizes it can’t make good netbooks on its own, rebrands MSI Wind as ‘MAGNI’

Sylvania had the right idea when it rebranded the 7-inch Everex Cloudbook as the Sylvania ā€œgā€ netbook except for the fact that the Cloudbook never really took off. Then came the 8.9-inch Sylvania

Everex Cloudbook: The Motion Picture

The video’s about on the same level of quality as Heidi Montag’s new music video, but considerably sexier. Well, maybe. In any case, it doesn’t give you the sense of how compact the

Everex CloudBook delayed again until mid-March?

Those of you waiting for tomorrow — when the Cloudbook is supposed to be available at fine retailers like Walmart — might want to prepare yourselves for a longer wait…again. Already

Everex Cloudbook: Ultra-mobile, Green & Linux

[photopress:everex_cloudbook_CE1200V.jpg,full,center] Product Name: Everex Cloudbook Description: An “ultra-mobile” PC that runs on gOS Rocket Price: $399 In-store date: January 25 (at Wal

The Tale of the Tiniest Touchpad, by Everex

Next to Everex’s Eee-killer, they had another product, more a prototype than anything, but with a similar form factor. This one has its baby touchpad in a more traditional spot, which made it lo

Everex takes on Eee for cheapskates everywhere

The OLPC XO isn’t the only tiny, small, dwarven laptop making news this month. the Eee PC is the most wanted laptop under trees this year, and other manufacturers have taken notes, if not except

Look out Eee, a $399 tiny laptop from Everex is afoot

I found the VIA table last night, tucked way back in a corner and found out that Everex will begin selling an ultraportable Linux-based notebook similar to the one shown here. This one is from Packard

Everex's gPC is the suck

I was worried this would happen when I first saw the gPC a few months ago. I knew the idea wouldn’t fly and that the OS was half-baked, but now PC Magazine, that bastion of hard-core reviewing,

Why there's no more Linux at Wal-Mart

[photopress:Everex_gPC2.jpg,full,center] This sounds like a no-brainer, but one man, Joel Mclaughlin, theorizes that the low-cost Linux PCs have disappeared from Wal-Mart is because the boxes were too

CloudBook unboxed and riddled with problems [Update]

Our pals over at Laptop got their mitts on the CloudBook and they’ve run into two major problems. I guess it’s three, but they’re only reporting on two. They can’t even get it

Everex's gPC: A $199 PC with a half-baked "Google" OS

Wal-mart just plotzed out the Everex Green gPC, a low-end machine with low-end specs running Ubuntu Linux and a version of Enlightenment that its creators called GOS. Some may say that this is the &#8

CloudBook to be upgraded in short order: SSD, touchscreens, colors!

[photopress:girlycloudbook.jpg,full,center] I knew it. I told you people, and nobody wanted to listen. I said that the next great tech battleground would be in tiny, ultra-portable PCs and everyone la

CG's CES Highlights: Belkin's PodCast Studio and a possible Asus eee competitor

We’ve be scouring the floor for cool gadgets and came up with Belkin’s PodCast studio and a potential eee Linux PC competitor from Everex. Remember: we’re holding a very informal, ve

Asus goes eee all the way home

Asus is putting all its proverbial eees in one basket with its new line of desktop PCs. or example, we have the E-DT, a $199 desktop running linux sans monitor. They’ve also got the T-Monitor, a
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