The Hercules eCAFE EC-1000W
The top lid of the Hercules eCAFE EC-1000W is blue and has a floral print on the side. I like the more boxy and squared lid design more than the rounded and boring design on most netbooks.
The bottom of the netbook has cooling grates and expansion covers.
Certainly, the worst thing about the Hercules eCAFE EC-1000W is its small keyboard. The keyboard should take up all the room available on a netbook.
The screen is a glossy unit, as I expect on notebooks and netbooks today.
The right side of the Hercules eCAFE EC-1000W has VGA out, AC input, Kensington lock port, memory card reader, a USB port, RJ45 connection and a modem port.
The left side of the netbook has two USB ports and the mic and headphone jacks. The white button on the hinge is the power button.
The back of the machine is bare, but you can see the attractive squared edges of the machine and the silver trim that offsets the blue lid.
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