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Zonbu Notebook From $320, Zonbu Desktop Mini $115 plus postage fee

Posted By: dan04ben06, posted 2008/01/06 05:52
Processor: 1.5GHz, VIA C7®-M (Intel compatible, low energy-use), Display: 15.4" WXGA+ Widescreen (1440 x 900) with VGA output, Memory: 512MB, Hard Disk local storage: 60GB (58GB for your data), Optical Drive: DVD-RW/CD-RW Dual Layer, Graphics: VIA Chrome9 HC IGP (64MB shared memory, 128MB maximum), Audio: Built-in Speaker, Microphone and Headphone Ports, 3 USB 2.0 Ports, Ethernet: 10/100 Mbps Built-in, Broadband Ready, Wifi: Built-in 802.11b/g, Power Supply: 65 Watt AC/DC Adapter, Battery: Rechargeable Lithium-Ion, 2h30 to 3h, depending on usage, Measurements: 14.1" x 10.7" x 0.9 - 1.5" (35.8cm x 27.2cm x 2.9 - 3.8cm), Weight: 5.3lbs (2.4kg)
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  • jayne2008/01/06 22:55:14
    This is an american retailer?
  • bigal2008/01/07 07:23:52
    looks like it but ships to aus. The price doesnt look as attractive after you factor in the monthly subscription. Or if you opt out of the subscription the $200 discount offered is removed
  • admin2008/01/07 07:58:08
    Price, retailer, usefulness and ripoff factors (yes plural) aside - very interesting idea.

    The marketing blurb on that site is sooo slick that I've now read 5 pages and cant figure out whether everything on it is running under an ASP model (although I can guess that it does). I have figured out that it doesnt have a hard drive. Very smart. 5-10 years ahead of its time - but heck - if it was stable, was a bit more mobile and cost effective I'd get one.
  • msanchez2008/01/07 10:19:11
    The Laptop has a 60GB hard drive. The Desktop Mini has a 4GB Flash Hard drive, similar to the eeePC.

    It really is quite limited out of the box though due to it's custom OS.
  • kearnsy2008/01/07 10:55:27
    A subscription that lasts 2 years ontop of your $279. So $279 + ($15 x 24) = $360 + 279. ($639 US)

    Covert to Australian = $726 cost over 24 months (this assumes the AU to US conversion rate stays as high as it is ATM.

    This figure does not even consider shipping which is ? Ontop of that how does service claims occur for us in Australia?

    Sheesh what a rip, consider this a cold from me!

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