CherryPal’s latest netbook would be the Africa, and what’s most startling about this model would be its price tag of a mere $99. Yes, you read that right – hand over a Benjamin and you will still get a dollar back in return. What does $99 net you these days, anyways? For starters, it is back to a 7″ display, chugging along to a 400MHz processor while aided by 256MB RAM and 2GB of internal flash memory. Operating systems are a toss up between Linux or Windows CE. Nothing more than a casual Internet browsing machine, this, with some email checking to go along with it.
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