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Wednesday, 04 November 2009 13:51

Foxconn launches Qbox N270 nettop

Written by Fudzilla staff


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€199


Foxconn
has unveiled a tiny nettop with a small price tag to go along with its small size.

The Qbox N270 measures 250×167x25mm and weighs a mere 700g, and at just €199, or under $299, it's one of the cheapest nettops around.

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Obviously you can't expect an impressive spec sheet with such a price tag, so we're basically looking at a regular run of the mill nettop. Atom N270, 1GB of memory, 250GB hard drive, 5.1 audio, 3 USBs, Ethernet and VGA out.

We're not sure about the design though. Basically it looks like a netbook chassis, minus screen and keyboard.
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