3K Computers announced a new and tiny notebook computer called the RazorBook 400 Mini Notebook Ultra Mobile PC weighing under 2 pounds and featuring a 7-inch TFT LCD and full size keyboard. The machine seems destined to give the Asus Eee a run for its money with the price of the RazorBook 400 set at only $299.
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3K says the little machine will boot up in under 8 seconds and use little power for a long battery life. The machine measures 8.25-inches L x 5.5-inches W x 1.25-inches D. The OS is Linux and features a full GUI for ease of use. The CPU in the system is a 400MHz unit and other features include a 10/100 Ethernet port, 4GB of flash storage and 3 USB ports. Wireless 802.11b/g is built-in and the machine supports mobile broadband use.
"The day has finally arrived and the 3K RazorBook 400 is now hitting the US market. We just lowered our MSRP to $299 as part of this exciting announcement. There has been a lot of comparison from bloggers to the Asus Eee PC due to its similar 7-inch LCD form factor. The 3K RazorBook 400 is a unique product that was designed as a low-cost ($299) portable Internet appliance, not to replace your home PC or Notebook computer," said Dan Jacobs, CEO, 3K Computers. The RazorBook 400 is available at most major online e-tailers for consumers. Resellers and Value-Added Resellers can purchase directly from Ingram Micro, the world's largest technology distributor.
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