The Phecda PHV102 netbook is certainly dirt cheap at $185, but what kind of quality do you get at that kind of price? It will ditch the Intel Atom platform in favor of a VIA C7-M 1.6GHz processor instead, coupled with a VIA VX855 chipset, 1GB RAM, a 160GB hard drive and a 10.2” LCD display at 1,024 x 600 resolution. Seems pretty decent at that price point, which should see a fair number of units fly off the shelves (virtual or otherwise) when made available.
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