shanzai 2100

The Dell Latitude 2100 is a rugged netbook designed for children. It’s already one of the thickest and netbooks around, measuring 1.4 inches at its thickest point. But a Chinese manufacturer apparently decided the at the laptop wasn’t quite wide enough and decided to design a clone with room for an 11.1 inch, 1366 x 768 pixel display.

The laptop is from a manufacturer based in Shenzhen, China and it has a 1.66GHz Intel Atom n280 processor and a 160GB hard drive and sells for about $250. Oh yeah, and it probably won’t be available outside of China anytime soon.


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