Last week, we brought you a full hands-on with the MSI Wind, but we couldn't tell you what CPU it was using. Today, the secret's out
Dell's Mini 10v keeps a lot of the features of the more expensive Mini 10, while dropping the price below $300. It's one of only a handful of $299 Netbooks that doesn't look and feel especially cheap.
As Reviewed: $299
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The Atom N270 was overlooked last week at the Intel Developer Forum. Here's where Intel sees it fitting in.
If you don't mind (or indeed would prefer) Windows XP, this refurbished Netbook offers solid specs and free shipping.
Except for a little uncertainty over the warranty, this is without question one of the best deals I've ever seen on a Netbook. But it's today only, so don't delay.
It's a refurb, so a 90-day warranty applies, but it satisfies my three basic requirements: decent price, Windows 7, and a long-lasting battery.
These are new units, not refurbs, though they do have Windows XP, not Windows 7. If you can live with that, you're not likely to find a better price on a two-fer!
For purposes of historical interest, we've rounded up the past few generations of Eee PC Netbooks for easy perusal.
Updating the Atom processor line to N450 means a whole lot of Netbooks getting unexciting updates. Here's another.
AOC's new 19-inch All-In-One, and new touch screen AIO.