Not the first "C" then?
Oops. This really could have been the one.
Samsung has announced its entry into the Small, Cheap Computer segment, following yesterday's Toshiba unveiling with a stylish SCC of its own. Samsung's NC10 is fitted with a 10.2in, 1024 x 600 display that it stressed was a "non-gloss" panel, perhaps to distinguish it from Acer's shiny Aspire One screen, which the Samsung SCC …
I was going to get one, now I can't decide which one to get... I guess the only difference between them all is the colour of their cover.
I don't want one in boring fake croc skin cover, or even green sustainable bamboo match stick,
I want one in "dried hair ball cat vomit" texturised colour please.
329 quid is not a 'small cheap computer' by any possible stretch of the definition.
200 quid is cheap(ish). 300 quid is not. Why do companies think that because the initial Eee was successful (because it is cheap) they can add extra functionality and raise the price to non cheap levels?
When I saw this I had to do a double take, it looks JUST LIKE the aspire one I am writing this on (Linux, natch). I am surprised Acer are not suing. (and its amazing how quickly you get used to using the weird side trackpad buttons and the 600 height screen on an AA1...) In summary, I would not buy this if it came with a free cruise missile... then again....
You're an idiot.
Before the Eee PC, for an ultraportable, anything under £800 was either a massive bargain or a piece of tat knocked up by some bloke in his shed..
£200 is cheap full stop. Stop whining, go away, and don't buy one if you don't want to pay more.
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