As far as price goes, HP and Lenovo are selling similar systems for $4-600, so I'd imagine this will be priced similarly.
Netbooks didn't start out at 400-600 bucks.
How about 300 bucks?
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This isn't a Intel ATOM netbook but a AMD Fusion based model. AMD Fusion offers much better graphics than Intel ATOMs and the higher end Zacate variants offer a little better CPU performance too. Asus also includes USB 3.0 for the Zacate version, which many others still don't do.
Though there are two versions, one will be using the lower end C-60 Ontario variant and the other will be using the E-450 Zacate. So the lower version may get pretty close to $300, but the Zacate version should be around $400.
The $600 range is for extreme premium models like Asus Lamborghini series.
While Cedar Trail ATOM models should be cheaper than the AMD models. At least until AMD releases it's newer 28nm chips.
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