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Really Small Cheap Computers

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I clicked on one of the ads at the top of my blog and found I was surrounded by small cheap computers. At 7 inches I found tablets as cheap as $86 CDN. So it’s not the latest and greatest – 4 hours battery life, 800MHz ARM11, Android 2.1, 256MB RAM and resistive touch screen.

Devices like these may be clearance inventory in places but people are still building them and selling them for around $100.

Good fun. Does anyone think the latest and greatest is worth 5 times as much?

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