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Dialogue Flybook

alaTest has collected and analyzed 15 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the size and screen. The portability and design also get good opinions. Many are less positive about the battery and performance.

design, portability, screen, size

price, performance, battery

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Netbooks (Mini-laptops) the Dialogue Flybook is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 76/100 = Good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 15 reviews)

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Dialogue FlyBook Laptop review

 

The Flybook is the first device which Italian-based Dialogue have launched into the UK market and from first appearances is set to cause something of a stir. The adoption of Tablet PCs hasn't been as rapid as either Microsoft or the hardware vendors...

Stylish, lightweight

Pricey, not as sleek as it seems

This Italian-launched Tablet PC has plenty of style but lacks the goods

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Dialogue Flybook

 

The Flybook is a small, light and well connected notebook, but how does it compare to the more establised competition?

Obviously with a device this small, the keyboard is correspondingly small, so much so that many notebook users may find it difficult to cope with. Now, anyone that regularly reads my notebook reviews will be aware that I’m a big fan of thin and light...

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Flybook

 

Though it's been on the market for a little while now, the Flybook is still the IT industry's baby, drawing admiring glances from many quarters.

It's just a little bit too expensive to be a great buy, but the Flybook has cool written all over it. The tablet PC form factor finally finds a product stylish enough to carry it off, but don't let the attractive, practical design distract you from the...

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Flybook by Dialogue

 

While it's technically packed with add-on features, the poor basic performance of the Flybook makes it a bad choice for anyone seeking an ultraportable notebook.

Exceptionally small ; Can take SIM cards ; Tablet-like functionality

Sluggish performance ; Average battery life ; Annoying Trackpoint location

The lack of an optical drive, rather tepid notebook performance and high asking price of the flybook make it something of a non-starter, especially compared to the similarly priced, much better equipped Sony alternative, so unless the GSM capabilities...

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Dialogue Flybook

 

Dialogue's Flybook is a lightweight ultraportable laptop with a swivelling display so it can be used as a standard laptop or in...

A compact tablet-style notebook with built-in GPRS connectivity

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First Take: Flybook by Dialogue

 

The Flybook glides into Australia boasting good looks and much hype as the '"smallest ultra portable tablet PC in the world". Read our Australian First Take.

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Dialogue Flybook

 

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Dialogue Flybook

 

I received one of these on trial, it came with the 80GB HDD, and Windows XP Pro SP2. On first appearance it is a stunning little laptop, much prettier than my Dell D810. At the end of the tests I purchased the version I had and placed an order for...

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Flybook by Dialogue

 

For anyone who might run across this thread, I would like to issue a strong warning to not deal with these people. I have been trying for three months to get a custom V5 put together and they have continued to lie and put me off. They took their...

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Flybook by Dialogue

 

Beautiful Plumage

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