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Wednesday, 01 October 2008 20:42

FSC launches an embarrassingly cheap notebook

Written by Fudzilla staff

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€346 for an Intel dual-core and 15.4-inches


FSC's latest
addition to its budget notebook lineup, the Esprimo Mobile V5535 is the definitive bargain of the day.

At just under €350, this 15.4-inch notebook offers an Intel Pentium dual-core T2410 at 2.0GHz, a gig of RAM and a 160GB hard drive. The only thing it misses is an OS, but if you're into Linux or have a copy of XP laying around, you'll be good to go.

Of course, you can't expect a feature-packed machine at this price point, but it doesn't miss much, either. Considering you can barely get a Linux netbook for €350, we can't complain about the S3 graphics, either.

Notebooks with dual-core CPUs usually sell for well over €400 on the European market, and getting a 2GHz Intel part for just €346 is a stunning deal. You can get it here.



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