Hercules Announces The Ultra-mini eCAFE Just In Time For The Next Netbook Revolution

It’s rare to find a netbook that I’d actually like to own but this tiny, Linux-powered netbook is a serious contender. Powered by an ARM Cortex A8 chip, these wee things last 13 hours on a charge and have 8GB internal storage and an SD card for expansion. It has a 10.1 inch display and cost $229 for the “Slim” with a smaller battery and $269 for the one with the bigger cell.

It looks like a little Chrome OS notebook for real haxors. I’d totally get one.

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via Wired