5 cheapest netbooks in the market 2011

5 cheapest netbooks in the market 2011 -2011 has been dominated by the advent of tablets.Laptops haven’t been edged out yet,as most run on core processors and have sizable graphic memory.But in between these two,there is a breed of portable computing devices that has not been given its due.A cousin of the laptop,owing to its design and structure.The netbook is far less technically challenged as compared to today’s laptop,but much more versatile and better off than the best tablet.All nettops have a few attributes in common:They all have a small screen size of 10 inches,run on an Intel Atom Processor and support about 1 GB of Ram memory.One Huge advantage over the Tablet is the presence of a physical keyboard and the ability to run a Windows OS.Here are the best and cheapest netbooks in the market right now.

Most of the specs are almost the same.

Intel Atom 1.33Ghz/1.66Ghz

Cache 512MB

RAM 1GB DDR3,weight approx 1.25-1.4 kg

HDD 250GB/320GB, Optical Disk Drive,webcam,internal mic,Keyboard

Screen Size 10.1″ with USB,LAN,Ethernet,VGA port

Samsung-Price 12514

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2 Responses to 5 cheapest netbooks in the market 2011

  1. Priyanka November 10, 2011 at 6:40 am #

    This is a great time to buy a netbook because brands like Samsung and Asus are offering netbooks at a price below 12,000 Rs. Someone who wants to use a netbook to surf the internet and do some light stuff like running the MS Office, he should definitely get a netbook. Intel Atom processor based netbooks are very cheap yet reliable to use.

    Netbooks are very light and compact. So for an user who is confused between a tablet, netbook or a notebook should look at what exactly he is looking for and take a decision based on that.

    As far as I am concerned, I may get a tablet after some time but I don’t think that it can be a substitute for my netbook. Both serve different purpose.

    • jojo22 November 10, 2011 at 10:38 am #

      very true, asus i think is the cheapest in the market for netbooks, and for just internet surfing,,its way better than a notebook

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