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Great computing starts with Intel inside.
If you need a netbook with more graphics rendering grunt than what’s normal, the 1015BX is a pretty well-priced option.
The AT1S0 is a rare combination of a 7in screen along with high-end specs, an appealing combination that was last seen in the now venerable Samsung Galaxy Tab.
It's a nice product with good build quality, and with such heavy discounting it's still a worthy product even in a crowded tablet market.
This affordable capacitive screen tablet has a low price, a surprisingly good feature set and is surprisingly sturdy for the price.
It’s not as fully featured as some other Android tablets, and while the price is low it’s not the most competitive tablet out there.
The Eee PC X101CH is really light, but by using a 3-Cell battery it isn’t expected to get a decent battery life.
This netbook uses one of the faster new Intel Atom processors, but the small battery and mediocre keyboard undermine it.
It’s older than other netbooks currently being sold, which means that you don’t get a HDMI port. It is otherwise decent though.
It still has a decently large HDD and a 6-Cell battery, but newer alternatives can be found for the same or less.
Although it’s not the latest in the netbook world, the generally decent specs including a large hard disk drive still make it fair value.
No more than $1000
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