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Well, well, well. After all of the brouhaha over the “netbook” term, we found out that Coby filed a trademark application for just that. Yet, they company claimed they wouldn’t be producing such a device. Funny how Engadget eye-spied a row of Coby-branded netbooks, eh? I’ve […]

Coby netbooks (TM)

Coby netbooks (TM)

Well, well, well. After all of the brouhaha over the “netbook” term, we found out that Coby filed a trademark application for just that. Yet, they company claimed they wouldn’t be producing such a device. Funny how Engadget eye-spied a row of Coby-branded netbooks, eh?

I’ve personally found Coby products to be sub-par or average in the quality department. It sounds like these devices fall in the same range with pricing under $200. I think I’ll stick with another brand and spend a few more bucks, even if the device doesn’t have a trademarked name.

  1. There is a mini laptop under USD$200, See performance in the video below:

    The cpu is RDC PDX600, a x86 low cost system.

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