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3K Computers' RazorBook 400 gets hands-on treatment

Darren Murph
06.16.08
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The sub-$300 RazorBook 400 is far from being the most potent netbook on the block, but that succulent price tag will likely compensate in the eyes of some folks. If you're one such character, you'll probably want to take a look at the first hands-on video with said unit. Predictably, this bad boy is ridiculously small, and if the 45 second boot-up is any indication, it's pretty sluggish as well. Video is just after the break.



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