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Hannspree's 'mini notebook' goes on sale

Another name for the MSI Wind

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The first netbook offering from firm Hannspree is finally available to buy in Blighty.

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Hannspree's wee netbook - the Hannsnote

Called Hannsnote, the £260 ($412/€298) PC weighs in at 1.2kg, has a 10in display, measures less than a piece of A4 paper and yet still boasts a "full size" keyboard. It looks to us a lot like a rebadged MSI Wind.

Under the machine’s shell you’ll find a 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor, 1GB of memory and a 160GB HDD. The six-cell lithium-ion battery will provide five hours of runtime, Hannspree claimed.

A 1.3Mp webcam is integrated into the Hannsnote’s lid, and 802.11n Wi-Fi compatibility comes as standard. Bluetooth is also included.

Hannspree’s also integrated a three-in-one card reader into the machine and equipped it with three USB ports.

You buy Hannspree’s Hannsnote online from retailer Misco. ®

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