Impulse NPX-9000: Cheapest Notebook Ever

Posted: Jul 30 2008, 8:24am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:45am CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

 

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If you thought the ASUS Eee was a cheap notebook you were wrong. A computer maker from Taiwan called Carapelli has a new laptop it claims is the world's cheapest with a price of only £65. The notebook has a 7-inch screen and the only catch is they must be ordered in lots of 100.

For the low price, you naturally get low-end parts. The CPU is a 400MHz unit and it only has 128 MB of RAM and 1GB of flash storage for applications. The machine runs the Linux OS and has a word, spreadsheet and other applications built-in.

The notebook has a SD card slot, VGA port, three USB ports, one mini USB port, 80-key keyboard, and optional Wi-Fi. The wired LAN adapter is an external unit that appears to connect via USB.

Via Pocket-lint

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