World’s Cheapest Laptops

World’s Cheapest Laptops

Carapelli Ltd., an electronic company from Taiwan, has announced the cheapest laptop in the world. This laptop, Impulse NPX-9000 is the cheapest laptop in the world with the price of US$130.

  • Summary: Great Spec's, small footprint at around 2 lbs and only 1" thin, 6 hrs battery life...This is a do everything solution for those on the go. Slick (though slightly pricey) netbook with bluetooth and 802.11n wifi. Stora... Summary: Great Spec's, small footprint at around 2 lbs and only 1" thin, 6 hrs battery life...This is a do everything solution for those on the go. Slick (though slightly pricey) netbook with bluetooth and 802.11n wifi. Storage is excellent for a netbook with 160gig of space and a 10gig account with Asus to manage files online. More than enough computing to handle windows apps and photo management. This PC can handle gaming, but more advance graphics management falls outsie it's sweetspot. The real benefit with this computer is the look and feel. Asus really has come through with a laptop approaching the feel of a Macbook Air for a fraction of the price. There is competition out there in the netbook space so I recommend hitting a major store to see which fits your work / play style. In the next year, I see Netbooks increasing their screen size to a 12"+ screen size while baseline spec's increase to 200gig+ HD's and 2gig RAM. Battery life is also important in this space and while the CPU speed might increase slightly, companies will continue searching for for ways to squeeze out 6-8 hrs of unplugged life.

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  • assim, em cor ervilha e tudo! (ou então em branco...) e com Linux, CLARO!

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  • It's impractical - but when you're showing up dressed to impress, your laptop should be also. No one wants to see your backpack full of cables. Simply carry a sleeve for the laptop that matches your suit and has perhaps a few piec... It's impractical - but when you're showing up dressed to impress, your laptop should be also. No one wants to see your backpack full of cables. Simply carry a sleeve for the laptop that matches your suit and has perhaps a few pieces of paper and pen - it's disrespectful to type on a laptop in a meeting. When you're really classy, this is the way to go.

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  • cute little desktop, uses only 20 watts and sells for only 350$ It's actually mountable on the back of a monitor.

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