Seven netbooks reviewed - From the cheapest to the most powerful

Published Date
29 - Mar - 2010
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29 - Mar - 2010
 
Seven netbooks reviewed - From the cheapest to the most powerful

Netbooks represent that comfortable zone of devices which are more powerful than a Smartphone yet less bulky than a laptop, and the demand for them is steadily increasing. In our review shootout we took a look at 14 different netbooks which offer a range of portable computing options whether you want one which is petite, or one which is powerful.
 

Asus EeePC 1101HA

well endowed netbook but at a hefty price

Champion Champ Slim 13160-XP

the best buy for its features

Acer Emachines 250

a great performer for its price

HP Mini 110

a mediocre netbook which is pricier than expected

ASUS 1005HA

slightly pricey netbook which holds its own in performance

MSI U210

Decently priced netbook with a rich multimedia experience

Acer Aspire One A0751h

a slow machine but with good battery backup

 

Click here for the detailed scores.

 The rest of the 7 laptiop review were featured in the Feburary 2010 issue of Digit, visit our store to purchase a copy.

 

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