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Great computing starts with Intel inside.
Netbooks haven’t progressed that much in terms of raw power, but this one’s battery life and great keyboard are still impressive.
This is a very low-end tablet with specs that aren’t really competitive in the current market.
Netbook prices continue to plummet, and while low-end, the price tag here is nonetheless very fair for what’s on offer.
This is the most low-end netbook you can currently buy, and for such a low price it still does well compared to more powerful newcomers.
No more than $1000
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For anyone after a mid-range ultrabook, Harvey Norman's discount sale of HP Envy 4 is simply awesome, well below Intel's ideal ultrabook pricing of $1,000 or above
Superb Ultrabook for an unmatched price! This is an Intel Core i5 Ultrabook with both the gaming capability and relatively cheap pricing
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