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Netbook Sales Faster than the Machines Themselves

We've had some interesting discussions about netbooks lately and even have some fresh letters on the topic here. Some see netbooks as crippled, neutered or otherwise barely capable computing devices.

That, apparently, is the minority as these puppies are leaping off the shelves, with sales rising an astonishing 264 percent this year.

Maybe our stimulus money should've gone to a netbook startup rather than cutting hiking trails and building museums for politicians.

Posted by Doug Barney on 10/19/2009 at 1:17 PM


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