Eee PC-like Notebooks Unlikely To Become Blockbusters

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Bill Loguidice
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http://www.tomshardware.com/news/EeePC-OLPC,5321.html
I agree with that assessment, simply because at $300 - $500, these so-called "low cost" notebooks aren't actually low cost, since you can get real notebooks for $400 - $700, with a much richer feature set and fewer limitations. I would believe in the category and be 100% behind them if they were solidly in the inclusive $200 - $300 range with obvious benefits over a low end traditional laptop.

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