Hannspree unveils Hannsnote netbook

And it's not shaped like a novelty television

Hannspree has jumped onto the netbook bandwagon, unveiling its 10 inch Hannsnote.

While Hannspree are best known for their novelty televisions, the company's first foray into low-cost laptops is anything but novelty.

In fact it conforms exactly to what you would expect from a netbook.

Features

The Hannsnote has 1024x600 display, Ethernet, Draft-N Wi-Fi and Blutooth connectivity and runs on Intel's 1.6Ghz Atom processor.

A gig of RAM, 1.3MP webcam and a 160GB HD are also thrown in to the device, which will be available in black or white.

The Hannspree will be available in June, with a price of £289.

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