Thursday, March 19, 2009

A MacNetbook runs Windows/Linux? Definetely a knock-off!

Top crown macnetbook

As if we're not being teased enough with the rumors of a cheaper version of MacBook, here's another one that's definetely fall into the knock-off category. A China-based computer company called Top Crown is offering its WF188 netbook with a flipped Apple logo on the top cover, making potential (yet foolish) buyers blindly believe they're buying "MacNetbook". *chuckles*

Here's the list of this alledgedly "MacNetbook" specification if you still interested and haven't jump to the next post already:
  • Via Nano 1.3GHz processor
  • Up to 2GB DDR 2 RAM
  • Via Chrome 9 HC3 integrated graphics card
  • 160GB 2.5" SATA HDD or 64GB SSD
  • 10-inch screen with 1024x576 resolution
  • 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, Ethernet, Bluetooth, 3G/HSDPA connectivity
  • Three USB ports, VGA-out, SDHC/MMC card reader and ExpressCard slot
  • Windows XP or Linux OS
If any of you are planning to go to Hong Kong or Shenzhen in near future, perhaps you can pick one of this "MacNetbook" for me cuz I've been dying to own a MacBook Air since like forever, and because of one or two things that are currently happening then I guess this will do just fine. ~LOL~

Sources are from CNet & Gizmodo.

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