Looks like today it a netbook day as the Inquirer brings us images of some solar powered netbooks.
The books were shown off by iUnika a Spanish firm that is new to the netbook scene. The netbooks were not power houses by any means having only a 400MHz CPU under the hood. They do have light weight and serious green tech behind them though.
Read about them here
iUnika has shown off four new netbooks at a Free Knowledge Foundation sponsored LibreMeeting in Madrid, including a couple of super eco-friendly models sporting solar panels and made from bioplastic.
The little eco warriors costing between 130-160 Euros (about $180-$220), weigh in at just 700 grams, boast a 400MHz processor and run Linux.
Last updated: Apr 7, 2020 at 11:14 am CDT
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