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Old 16th June 2009, 20:38   #76
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problem is not that linux is difficult. Problem is device and peripheral support. plus host of windows platform software that are easily available,
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Can anyone provide feedback on the Samsung NC10 and the HP Compaq 702EA.
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I have the asus eepc with extended battery. Superb battery life and does not heat up. Very good for surfing and other lightweight usage. Keyboard is not easy to use like the regular computer. I wish there were dedicated page-up/down keys.

For some reason the keyboard developed some problem (top two rows of keys gone bit crazy probably due to my kid banging it etc) took it to service, got the keyboard replaced for Rs 750, back to normal in less than 30min. Fastest authorized service I have experienced. And very cheap. I had to pay Rs 1350 and wait for two weeks to get my entry level Rs 4000 nokia phone keypad replaced (water fell on it) recently.
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Need to pick up atleast 20 netbooks under a corporate deal, budget is around 11k after discounts. Any suggestions which models and how I should go about getting this done?
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Bought Acer One D250 with N280 processor for Rs.21,200 B&W.
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Guys i just saw this laptop following specification, I plan to buy it.: What is your opinion?

HP Pavilion dv4 Special edition
14.1", C2Duo P8400, 2.4ghz, 4gb ram, 250bgb HD@7200rpm, altec lansing speakers, HP HD protection, Nvidia GE force 9200M GS 512mb dedicated, Nvdia HDMI audio, dvd writer dual scribe cum blue ray reader, hdmi port & tv port with remote, SD.MS/Pro.MMC.XD card reader, Vista 34bit home premium, Bit defender antivirus 1yr, optical mouse, 2 carry cases(1 compact HP case & 1 Targus laptop kit bag).
Cost = Rs.61000/-
Is it a fair price or too expensive for the specifications ?

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