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June 23, 2009

Netbooks Disappoint Consumers

What a surprise.  Consumers confuse netbooks for laptops.  Netbooks are light, inexpensive machines geared for web and email.  Laptops have the power to run productivity and entertainment applications and do the web stuff.  A significant price difference of say, $300, always seems to translate into a less capable (powerful) machine.  The story is in Business Week.

June 23, 2009 in Hardware | Permalink


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