hannsnote

The Hannspree HannsNote is a 10 inch netbook with a 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270 CPU, 1GB of RAm, and 160GB hard drive. It ships with a 6 cell battery, and looks pretty much like every other netbook on the market today on paper. In real life though, it looks pretty much exactly like one netbook: the MSI Wind U100.

That’s because the HannsNote is basically a rebranded Wind U100. And while a year ago, there were literally dozens of similarly rebranded Wind U100 netbooks, they’re becoming a bit less common now that MSI has moved onto bigger and better things.

Of course, the MSI Wind U100 is a pretty decent netbook in its own right, and it’s proven popular among hackintosh builders. And the HannsNote has an attractive MSRP of $380. In fact, you can already pick one up from Amazon for just $320.86. So if you’re in the market for a Wind clone, you could certainly do worse.

via SlashGear

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