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New Laptop Cheaper than Used

How much would you pay for a new laptop with 1GB of flash memory, Ethernet, Wi-Fi, three USBs and built-in word processing? How about $98? That's what Chinese company HiVision hopes to charge for its new little beauty.

At this price, it could be a nice little toy or a machine just for travel. If you have enough of your files in the cloud, you could get all your work done cheaply. And if it gets lost or stolen, a new machine is only a Benjamin away.

Posted by Doug Barney on September 15, 2008 at 11:52 AM


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