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July 12, 2011, 07:55:26 AM
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this is 'offtopic' but i can't post in that area yet.

Can anyone recommend or tell me about the cheapest hdmi netbook?

nothing else is a factor, as long as it outputs smooth consistent 1080p video.

this is what i've found so far, for 489 AUD:

Asus K52F-SX134V i350M,15.6",2G+1GDDR3,320G/11N/SM/0.3M/W7HP64B

i mainly want it as a media player to sit under my tv.
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July 12, 2011, 08:01:03 AM
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if you're looking to just playback media takea look at the western digitial media players


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July 12, 2011, 08:03:03 AM
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if you're looking to just playback media takea look at the western digitial media players

no, that's just one purpose.

it will also detach and travel around with me like a laptop on various adventures.
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July 12, 2011, 10:09:36 AM
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this is 'offtopic' but i can't post in that area yet.

Can anyone recommend or tell me about the cheapest hdmi netbook?

nothing else is a factor, as long as it outputs smooth consistent 1080p video.

this is what i've found so far, for 489 AUD:

Asus K52F-SX134V i350M,15.6",2G+1GDDR3,320G/11N/SM/0.3M/W7HP64B

i mainly want it as a media player to sit under my tv.

Why netbook, not a tablet?
What about Asus Eee Pad Transformer + Docking station? HDMI in place and can play 1080p just perfectly. And lot of other things - for example GPS can be very usefull in "various adventures".
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