If you’re going to put out a cheap netbook with substandard specs, based on the often-rebranded Skytone Alpha 400/3K RazorBook 400/netbook of many other names, that’s fine. Heck you could even try to tell me it’s a good netbook because of its low price. Most of these mini-notebooks sell for $250 or less. But please don’t try to tell me it’s the best. Because with a 7 inch, 800 x 480 pixel display, a 400MHz Xburst CPU, it clearly is not.
But that hasn’t stopped one company from naming their cheap netbook with just those specs the “Best PC007” (PDF link). So much for truth in advertising.