Elonex' One t and slightly upgraded t+ netbooks are certainly an improvement over the original Elonex One but, as Plug In Blog's hands-on of the device shows, it still falls somewhat uncomfortably between the OLPC and a regular netbook. That said, for the £99 price tag (or less than $200), the site seems to think that the netbook will get the done job for its target audience: students, and even anyone else that's not looking to do much more than email and some basic web browsing. Anyone needing more than that, however, had best look elsewhere, especially considering that the netbook's underpowered and uncommon Ingenic XBurst processor will likely limit your software options beyond anything that doesn't come pre-installed.

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