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Hannspree's Hannsnote hannounced

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Until now Hannspree was only known for its wacky tellies, but now the firm’s set its sights on the bulging netbook market.

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Hannspree's Hannsnote: Wind renamed?

Sadly not as uniquely styled as some of its TV designs, Hannspree’s 10in Hannsnote looks just like every other netbook already on the shelf - and the MSI Wind in particular. It so closely resembles the MSI machine, we reckon it's a rebadge.

Underneath the machine’s shell will be an Intel Atom N270 processor, an Intel GMA950 integrated graphics core and a single gigabyte of memory.

It’ll come with a 160GB hard drive and be equipped with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity.

Precious little else is known about the netbook’s other features, aside from the fact that it’ll sport three USB 2.0 ports and a 1.3Mp webcam.

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Standard netbook specs

Hannspree’s Hannsnote is expected to cost £289 when it goes on sale - although the company didn't say when that will be. ®

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