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Is this DEGEE laptop worth buying?

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I am looking for a laptop recently. And my sister suggests me one DEGEE laptop, following is the configuration:


Model I6B11N2

Operating System Windows XP (Vista, Win 2000, Linus optional)

CPU Intel Atom N270 1.6GHz

Chipset Intel 945GSE+ICH7-M

Graphics Processor Intel GMA 950

Display 10.2 Inch TFT 1024*600 Wide-screen

Dimension (L*W*H) 260mm*180mm*30mm

Weight 1.2kg


I/O Connectors 2*USB2.0

1*4-in-1 Slot (SD/MS/MMC/MS-PRO)





1* interface for screen


Memory 1GB DDR2

Max Memory 2GB

Hard Drive 160GB SATA

Max Storage 320GB


Wireless Protocol 802.11 b/g

Ethernet 10/100M


AC Adapter Input 100-240v/50-60MHz.7A

Output 19V 3.5A 65W

Battery 3 Li-ion 2200MA 10.8V/30W

Working Time About 1.5 Hours

Others Features

Camera 1.3M pixels

Accessories Ac adapter, Power Cable, User's Manual, Battery

Is this laptop worth buying? Can someone help me…?



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