3K RazorBook 400-Mini-Notebook PC

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3K RazorBook 400-Mini-Notebook PC
 
One of our forum members found an interesting laptop on sale from 3k Computers. It seems that this laptop is not really a laptop and more of a palm top as it has the dimensions of 8.25in Length x 5.5in Width x 1.25in Depth. This incredible computer fits into the palm of your hand, utilizing 512DDR RAM and a 400Mhz powersaving CPU.
 
It has a 7" LCD TFT screen, a full size keyboard and runs a Windows-Friendly Linux OS.
 
 

 
3K RazorBook 400 - Mini-Notebook PC (UMPC) Ultra Mobile PC - Internet-Ready, Ultra Lightweight Notebook under 2 lbs with Powerful features. Entertain, Play, Relax and Surf on the go with shock-proof design. At 7" and weighing less than 2lbs, you can take the RazorBook 400 Mini-Notebook PC anywhere. Bumps and shocks are no longer issues. With a dependable solid-state disk, you get unparalleled shock-protection and reliability. Power-efficient design provides longer operating time when on the go. With a rapid start-up time that takes only 15secs to boot, the RazorBook 400 is always ready to get into action. No technical manual required with the specially designed, User-friendly and intuitive Full-Flash graphic interface. You're always connected with built-in WiFi 802.11 b/g that automatically detects and connects to the Internet at any hotspot.
 
A contender for the Asus Eee PC? I THINK SO! Discuss on our Forums.
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26-06-2008, 06:24:42

PV5150
Windows XP users should now be extremely happy campers.

Details in the news article

26-06-2008, 06:26:06

Toxcity
Surprise surprise. ;)

26-06-2008, 06:30:46

Rastalovich
Not too sure about users in general, way I see it, the regular support still dies in 2k9. "Extended" support reaches into 2014 - that`s gotta be on a business basis.

Wonder if they`ll keep the activation support going that long. I know when I called for Vista, it`s reply for the type in code was "Your Win XP code is..."

26-06-2008, 07:12:30

Hyper
How many more times are they going to extend the support for XP!

26-06-2008, 08:54:03

Raging
does it even really matter if they stopped support?,you could still install and use it,for some/most users anyway it should not be a problem but i guess its still good news and hardly suprising :p

How many more times are they going to extend the support for XP!



theres still more users that have xp than vista im sure,and until that changes or they release another better os they will keep supporting xp because its performance wise the better os,vista too much of a resource whore,but 2009-2014 may well be the end of support,we'll see...

Raging.

26-06-2008, 09:13:32

Toxcity
Windows 7 better be worth the wait...

26-06-2008, 16:57:03

Hyper
I find the performance in Vista 64 with 4GB of ram to be alot better than XP.

26-06-2008, 18:26:47

mrapoc
xp x64 is poor in terms of drivers and stuff like that

vista x64 is pretty much the only mainstream choice without going down the path of server (which has its own compatability issues)
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