With their low cost, light weight, and long battery life, it’s easy to see why netbooks have become the hottest consumer electronics product in years. In fact, nearly 40 million of them will be sold in 2010. But how can netbooks improve? What are the killer apps? And what impact will tablets and smartbooks have on this category? These are just some of the questions the Netbook Summit (www.netbooksumit.com) will answer, taking place May 24-25 in San Francisco.
Here are just a few of the highlights:
Here’s what you need to know if you’d like to attend:
Members of the media can get a complimentary Netbook Summit pass by going here. Or just go to netbooksummit.com and click on the registration button. Continuing on to the registration page, there is a selection for press/analysts to register at no charge.
For others who want to check out the Netbook Summit there is no charge to attend the exhibits and events and some of the sessions, as long as registration is prior to May 19th when online registration closes. The charge for on site registration is $50 at the door.