German computer makers One and Brazil’s Positivo are both set to launch low-cost ultraportable computers. And while I’m tempted to make a separated at birth joke, there’s likely a good reason the two computers look exactly the same: They’re probably just rebranded versions of the same computer. Either that, or they’re both based on the same reference design.
There are some differences though. The One A120 Mini has 4GB of Flash memory, while the Positivo Mobo has 2GB. The One A120 will cost the equivalent of about $430, while the Positivo Mobo will cost about $600, which seems a little high to me. Update: As one reader points out, computers tend to cost more in Brazil.
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