Oh, and the RazorBook 400 name seems a bit silly now that the price is $299. I suppose it could refer to the computer’s 400MHz processer.
According to Laptop Magazine’s review, the RazorBook isn’t really ready for prime time. There’s no way to add or remove programs, open a terminal, or view Flash video online. Apparently 3K doesn’t really intend to support some of those features, and is branding the RazorBook as more of a portable internet device than a full-fledged computer. Which would have been fine, say 5 years ago. But when you’re releasing a product that looks like a computer, and is priced competitively with products that are clearly computers, the ability to add and remove programs or switch operating systems isn’t really too much to ask.