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3360

Review

Averatec 3360

If you just want a cheap laptop for basic computing, the Averatec 3360 is a solid choice, but for a few hundred dollars more, you can get better performance with a dual-core processor system.

By September 24, 2006

2.5 stars Editors' rating September 24, 2006

MSRP: $1,219.99

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Nokia 3360

The latest mobile in Nokia's 3300 value line is a solid phone with high-end features and delivers a lot of bang for your buck.

By June 20, 2003

3 stars Editors' rating June 20, 2003

Pricing not available

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Ep. 99: Social Networks, laptop tans, and dreams of PS3/360 friendships

In our latest episode, we wonder why no other tech entrepreneurs have gotten big-screen treatment like Mark Zuckerberg; Scott worries about laptop chest-burns; and Joey dreams of a world where all consoles can play together.

By October 6, 2010

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Digital City 99: Social Networks, laptop tans, and dreams of PS3/360 friendships

In our latest episode, we wonder why no other tech entrepreneurs have gotten big-screen treatment like Mark Zuckerberg; Scott worries about laptop chest-burns; and Joey dreams of a world where all consoles can play together.

By October 5, 2010

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Brother MFC-3360C

The Brother MFC-3360C does decent quality text and graphics, but anyone printing a large volume of photos won't be happy with the extremely slow output speed. If you're set on buying a multifunction printer, put your $90 toward a more capable device, like the Canon Pixma MX330.

By August 30, 2009

2.5 stars Editors' rating August 30, 2009
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This configuration of the Averatec 3300 is a 4.4-pound, mainstream notebook computer, with Wi-Fi (wireless connectivity) built-in. It's powered by the Pentium M 725 processor.

This configuration of the Averatec 3300 is a 4.4-pound, mainstream notebook computer, with Wi-Fi (wireless connectivity) built-in. It's powered by the Pentium M 725 processor.

May 22, 2008