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Sai Ram. Intel Atom processors are light duty processors with lesser power consumption used for netbooks. They are not better than the dual core or co... more

Answered by Venkateswaraswamy Swarna, 27 Jul '10 02:16 am


Yes... more

Answered by uni , 13 Mar '10 01:43 pm


Sai Ram. The ones you are mentioning in the price range are netbooks with screen size of 10" and with a low powered intel atom processor. They also la... more

Answered by Venkateswaraswamy Swarna, 10 Jan '10 03:27 am


Not Yet... more

Answered by Anand Agarwal, 22 Nov '09 03:13 pm


You do realise that this new generation of "netbooks" with 10" or smaller screens, weighing less than 1.5kg, with long (6hr ) battery life, with a lim... more

Answered by Shahryar Pax, 24 Jun '09 07:45 pm


I wanna buy a laptop. My budget is b/n 20k to 30k.

Asked by I dunno, 29 May '09 05:47 pm , 1 answers

Its better 2 go for a Netbook(not notebook).like Asus EEE PC (best in netbooks).20K wil b good for netBooks.config will be 160GB hdd.1Gb ram, 10" scre... more

Answered by Arun Kumar, 30 May '09 10:52 am


Netbooks are smaller than notebooks. A netbook has a screen up to 10 inches from corner to corner. Netbooks are cheap and have relatively slow process... more

Answered by joyoti sen, 17 May '09 07:22 pm


Which is the lowest model of laptop ?

Asked by kumar advani, 24 Apr '09 09:03 am , 1 answers

A Netbook with a low-powered processor like the Intel Atom, a 80-90% reduced size keyboard, a 7" screen with 512kB/1GB of RAM and 16GB of flash memory... more

Answered by Shahryar Pax, 25 Apr '09 09:29 pm


what is intel atom processor?

18 Jan '09 06:26 pm , 4 answers

Intels Atom Processor is the smallest processor from intel... more

Answered by A. More, 18 Jan '09 06:42 pm


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