Why The Epson Endeavor Na01 Netbook May Be the Dullest So Far

by Jay Bika on November 20, 2008 · 1 comment

in Epson,News

At first I had not caught the sarcasm in the headline (Epson Announces Netbook: Middle Managers Do High-Fives) But after reading some more, I was rather amused. Check this out:

“There’s a certain glamour to the netbook. They come in bright, flighty colors and offer the promise of fun, of computing on the go. Nobody ever thinks of slipping a netbook into a briefcase. Its natural home is a purse or a manbag.

But now Epson, the glitz-free printer maker, is in on the game. The Endeavor Na01 might sound like a Star Trek spaceship, but it’s all dull grey plastic, all of the time. Internally it differs not a jot from the standard netbook — 1.6GHz Atom processor, triple USB ports, 10.2 inch screen, 160GB HDD and XP home. You know the rest.”

That’s a good point given that one of the argument in the case for netbooks over laptops is the design aspect of these mini-notebooks. 

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