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Old January 2nd, 2013, 06:07 AM   #23 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by zuben el genub View Post
Saw an article that said they would still be made for your neck of the woods.

Netbooks are a Norwegian Blue - This is an ex-technology | TechEye
The modern netbooks/small low-cost laptops we have in Asia have certainly improved since 2007-2009. Most of them are now dual-core CPU, 2GB RAM, reasonable sized hard drives, full-blown Windows 7 or desktop Linux OS, USB3.0, 3-4 USB ports, VGA out, 3G/4G, 4-5 hour battery life.

I believe the original definition of a netbook specified 1GB RAM maximum and a small hard drive. Think it was Microsoft that would only supply XP for machines of no larger than 10 inch and only 1GB RAM maximum
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