The Indigo Networks brand of netbooks may very well be the cheapest netbooks in the commercial market today. And by commercial market we mean excluding those sketchy netbooks that you see in tiangges or Divisoria.
(We’re not even counting CD-R King’s P15,500 Fastbook which is technically more laptop than netbook.)
How cheap? The Indigo N1020 has broken the 10,000 peso barrier. With a 1.66GHz Intel Atom N450 processor, 10.2″ SVGA LED screen, 1GB of RAM, and 320GB hard drive, this netbook can be yours for just P9,490.
At this price you could practically break it up into its parts and possibly make a few pesos out of it. Let’s see… hard drive, P2,750; RAM, P800… Okay, maybe not. Still, this has got to be a razor thin profit margin.
The N1030, meanwhile, features a slightly faster 1.83GHz Atom processor for P9,990.
If you know of any other brand new netbook that’s cheaper than this, let us know. But for now, I would think that this holds the crown.
Compex carries the Indigo units.
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