oleviaI have no reason to believe that the Olevia X10A netbook is ever going to be released in the US. But if it were, it would probably be pretty cheap. It’s selling in Hong Kong for HKD 2800, which is about the equivalent of $360. For that price, you get a netbook with a 10 inch display, a 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270 CPU, 1Gb of RAM, a 160Gb hard drive, and 802.11b/g WiFi.

The price doesn’t appear to cover Windows XP or an HSDPA modem, but both options are available.

If the Olevia X10A looks familiar, that’s probably because the Sotec Hello Kitty netbook we looked at a while back is basically a rebranded version of the same laptop.

via Akihabara News and Netbook News.de

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2 replies on “Olevia X10A netbook shows up in Japan”

  1. Oh, and the headline talks about Japan but the story lists prices for Hong Kong!?

  2. Why wouldn’t it appear in the US. Olevia has sold TVs in the US for several years.

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