NEC offers typically Japanese take on a netbook

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It weights just over a pound-and-a-half, a good pound less than other netbooks. It is just .62-inches thick. It has what appears to be a useable keyboard (less so if you can’t hang with the Thinkpad-style navigation clitoris.)

And like any good Japanese subnotebook, it’s twice as much as its competitors: This “Versa Pro J Ultralite Type VS” will cost $1,000 out of the gate. [via Gizmodo]

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5 Responses to NEC offers typically Japanese take on a netbook

  1. Jeff Little says:

    >Am I the only person who prefers a nipple mouse to a track-pad?

    You and a few other morons

  2. dculberson says:

    My laptop has both and I use the trackpoint way more than the trackpad.

  3. Category says:

    Am I the only person who prefers a nipple mouse to a track-pad?

  4. Zenconcrete says:

    Nah, I love the clit mouse. Wouldn’t want to trade my thinkpad for one of those fancy new macbook pro touchpads.

  5. LeavingHalfway says:

    Awe, Jeff, you’re so charming.

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