Jul 9 2009

Datawind UbiSurfer Netbook Comes With A Year Of Mobile Internet

Datawind UbiSurfer Netbook

Datawind has announced the new 7 inch UbiSurfer netbook. It’s tiny, but it costs a mere £159.99 (~$260) and comes with a year’s worth of mobile broadband.

The netbook has Wi-Fi in addition to its cellular network abilities.  The internet access is provided via the Vodaphone network for up to 30 hrs/month. A bundled SIM and built-in cellular modem power the mobile internet.

It’s based on an ARM CPU, and runs a vaguely alluded to version of Linux. The UbiSurfer netbook is truly bare bones, with a mere 128 MB of memory and 1 GB of Flash storage. Curiously enough, Datawind covers for the lack of storage by providing 25 GB of online storage. The 7-inch display has only 800 x 480 pixels.

Other features include 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, Ethernet, 3 USBs and a slot for SD cards. It can run for up to four hours. Software is also bundled with the new netbook, including the XIP Office suite, a media player, and email service.

Datawind’s Ubisurfer netbook is available immediately here.

Via V3.

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