Top Cheap Netbooks 2015

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ATM_AspireSwitch10_series_mainNetboook computers are similar to laptops but they are different in many ways. As a rule of thumb netbooks typically do not have a hard drive for software. A lot of them also lack the ability to be upgraded into a more powerful machine. Overall, netbooks have less power and performance ability than the average laptop. However, they are less expensive, lighter and highly mobile. Here is a list of the top cheap netbooks 2015.

Lenovo Thinkpad

The Lenovo Thinkpad has a rather large screen that is 11.5 inches. It contains 4 GB of RAM, 1.7 GHz processor and 500 GB of HD. Users can also upgrade their notebook since many manufacturers now give notebooks this type of versatility for competitive reasons. This particular model is designed for people who have to use computers while on the go. They make great assistants to business professionals, traveling families and college and high school students. This unit retails for about $400.

Asus 1015E

The Asus 1015E has a 1.1 GHz processor, 2GB of RAM and a 320 GB HD. This unit has a 10.1-inch screen and it has the ability to be upgraded as well. The screen is not as clear and crisp as other netbook (or laptop) models and it does not offer user much outside of its mobile nature. However, the device uses less energy when compared to their laptops since the CPU is designed for this purpose. The Asus 1015E is listed at $293.

HP Pavillion TouchSmart

HP Pavillion is a middle-of-the-road computer company. Their Touchsmart Netbook is one of the latest netbook machines released by this organization. This model has a slim design and it is ultra portable. However, it does not have a long battery life and is slightly heavier than other netbooks in its class. The unit is powered by 4 GB of RAM, 320 GB HD and a 1.4 GHz processor. It also has the ability to be upgraded as well. This model is priced at about $400.

Asus VivoBook X202E

Asus VivoBook X20E is a great machine for basic computing. The only drawback to this netbook is that it has limited battery life and it has a poor graphics card. Users will find this device great for on-the-go computing. It has been outfitted with 1.8 GHz processor, 4 GB of memory and 500 GB HD. This particular model cannot be upgraded and it costs $400.

Aspire One

The Aspire One is dependable and offers users great performance. This machine is great for people who have to use their computers for a lot of reasons. The Aspire One lacks a well designed keyboard but it makes up for it with plenty of RAM ( 4GB) and a 500 GB of HD. It also has a 1.4 GHz processor. The unit is not a super performing model but it will help users to accomplish basic computing functions. Consumers can purchase this notebook for $343. The Aspire One is an upgradable netbook model.

Netbooks are steadily loosing ground to tablets and standard laptops. Though these machines are not as popular as of the computing models they still are able to compete and offer users basic computing functions. Once again they are not designed to run software or to play games and many models cannot be upgraded. Despite what they lack, netbooks are perfect for people who surf the web and write documents.

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