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For some unknown reason, Averatec has soured the whole experience by forgetting to address one of the main complaints about netbooks – the keyboard. While HP managed to get things pretty much spot on with the 10-inch Mini 2140, Averatec had another two inches to play with and managed to mess this one up in a big way. Touch typists should avoid this one like the plague.
The Averatec N2700 will set you back $699 from www.shopaveratec.com or selected retailers.