Microsoft and Indian technology firm HCL have teamed up to produce an ultra cheap Windows XP powered notebook PC.
This cheap XP notebook will come under HCL’s Leaptop brand and will be called the MiLeap.
The MiLeap will run Windows XP Home and features a 7 inch TFT LCD touch screen, which can also be rotated to convert the notebook into a tablet PC.
Processing will come from an Intel 945 GU Express chipset, it will also have 1GBB of DDR2 RAM, a 1.3 megapixel camera and a built in touch pad, WiFi and Ethernet.
The HCL MiLeap will retail in India for around $425, which makes it the cheapest Windows laptop available, there is no word if we will see the in the US or Europe anytime soon.
via SlashGearFiled Under: Laptops