The Hannspree Hannsnote doesn't set the Netbook world on fire, but it's a surprisingly usable and well-featured mini-laptop at a competitive price from a new manufacturer.
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It may be no-frills, but Hannspree's SD7021 7-inch digital photo frame is a bit better than its budget price would indicate.
Average picture quality doesn't prevent the Hannspree Xv 32-inch LCD TV from being a solid choice for budget flat-panel buyers.
The HannsNote, Hannspree's new Netbook, has decent features--and sadly isn't covered in plush fur.
Okay, technically it's a 21.5-inch monitor. Can't these manufacturers do math? Anyway, it's new, not refurbished, and you don't have to wait on a rebate.
This is a refurbished model with a 90-day warranty, but at this price, I guarantee they won't last long.
It looks as if the market for weird-shaped monitors, TVs and digital photo frames may be drying up, because Hannspree -- regular purveyor of such gizmos -- is now trying its hand in the netbook arena
LCD TV and monitor company does the inevitable and starts building up a line of digital photo frames starting with a cheapy 7-incher and "unique" 8-inch models.
The Hannspree Xv 32-inch LCD TV's average picture quality doesn't prevent it from being a solid choice for budget-conscious flat-panel buyers.
We all know the designers at Hannspree are marvellously bonkers. Why else would they release a monitor that looks like it was carved from a tree?