Cheap Netbooks with Intel Atom N450 Pineview Chip, Pine Trail Platform - part 2

As promised, here's the follow-up post to TP's Sub-20k Cheapest Netbooks Running on Intel Atom N450 entry

We're now doing the ones that cost a little more than PhP 20,000.


Acer Aspire One AO532h - roughly Php 21,900
Intel Atom N450 Processor 1.66 GHz, 512 KB L2 cache, FSB 667 MHz
10.1" CrystalBrite LCD
1GB DDR2 Memory
250GB Hard Drive
Intel GMA 3150 with 64MB dedicate Video Memory
Bluetooth, Wi-Fi
Webcam
Battery life of up to 8 Hours
Windows 7 starter Licensed
1.25 Kilograms


Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3 - roughly PhP 22,900
Intel Atom N450 Processor 1.66 GHz, 512 KB L2 cache, FSB 667 MHz
1GB DDR2
250GB HDD,
10.1” Wide Screen Display
Ergonomic Big-Size Keyboard and Touch Pad
1.3MP Webcam, Built-in Dolby 2.0 Stereo Speakers
Microphone
802.11b/g/n Wireless Lan
6 cell Lithium Ion battery, 7 Hours maximum battery life
Windows 7 Starter Licensed Software
1.2 Kilograms


Samsung N150 - roughly PhP 21,990
Intel Atom N450 Processor 1.66GHz, 512MB Cache, 667MHz FSB
1GB DDR2
160GB HDD
10.1" LED Backlight Screen
WiFi
Webcam
6 Cell Battery, 8.5 Hours maximum battery life
Windows 7 Starter Licensed.
1.15 Kilograms


HP Mini 210 - roughly PhP 21,995
Intel Atom N450 Processor 1.66GHz, 512MB Cache, 667MHz FSB
1GB DDR2
160GB HDD
10.1" WSVGA LCD Display
Built-in 802.11b/g WiFi
Bluetooth
1.3MP Camera
Multi-touch Trackpad
Stereo speaker
Microphone
6 Cells Li-Ion Battery, 5.5 Hours maximum battery life
Microsoft Windows Xp Home
1.2 Kilograms


Dell Mini 10 Samos 1012 - roughly PhP 22,995
Intel ATOM N450 (1.66GHz, 512mb cache, 667Mhz FSB)
1GB DDR2
250GB HDD
10.1" WSVGA LCD Display
Built-in 802.11b/g WiFi
Bluetooth
1.3MP Camera
Multi-touch Trackpad
Stereo speaker
Microphone
6 Cells Li-Ion Battery, 5.5 Hours maximum battery life
Microsoft Windows 7 Starter
1.2 Kilograms

Again, if you're planning to buy any of these, I suggest you visit a shop and try them out yourself first. Don't buy a netbook based on specs alone; touch the machine, check the build quality, turn it on, see how fast it runs the operating system and the softwares you need, do a side-by-side comparison with other netbooks. That's the best way to do it.

*Netbook prices via Villman, PCCorner and Asianic

Enter your email address to subscribe to free daily TechPinas newsletter:

1 comment: