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HANNSpree's HANNSnote netbook now available in US, stuffed animal version hopefully in the pipeline

Ross Miller
August 21, 2009
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Hannspree's efforts in the netbook market are finally coming to the US with today's launch of the 10-inch HannsNote, and frankly, we're still pining for something a little less vanilla from the company. Sure, it's the same 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270 processor and assorted specs we've come to know and sort of like, but this is the company known for devising some of the most ridiculous televisions we've ever seen, including a whole series of plush animals with monitors in their bellies. A $380 price tag isn't gonna win a lot of people over without a little flair, so please, do us all a favor and stick the components inside of a teddy bear, make his stomach the screen and his feet each one half of the keyboard. We'd buy that.

[Via Electronista]





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