While most of us look for companies like Asus, Acer, Dell, LG, MSI, or Lenovo when buying a new netbook, some other monikers might just do the job exactly the same, only for a better price, compared to those big names at the top. But branded devices aside, they say “if you’re not there you don’t exist”, and that is exactly the story with the “already jammed” netbooks world, where everyone tries to create a machine and make it big across the globe. Such company is Stone who has recently launched the NEO 101, a 10.1-inch 1,024 x 600 netbook, including the usual Atom processor, along with two USB ports, integrated WiFi connection, Express Card slot and optional 3G module – all priced at £275 ($400) and available in the UK starting from May.

[via techdigest]

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