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Elonex ONE… finally dispatched

DoesWhat has been following the (troubled) progress of the Elonex ONE. It’s sub-notebook to rival the likes of the Asus Eee. The device was hailed as the first sub £100 laptop (sub $200 roughly), however in total with the addition of delivery the laptop costs £110.

Elonex ONEOriginally we weren’t sure if Elonex was up to the job. They then started to make progress a month ago and a few days later after we received a confirmation that the item would be delivered within 28 days, surprisingly they have kept to their word. The waiting is almost over, we received an email from Elonex a few minutes ago stating that our Elonex ONE has been dispatched and will arrive shortly. A full review will be posted as soon as possible.

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  • http://www.rapidbi.com Mike

    It is supposed to be sent next day – according to DSL – so has it arrived?

  • http://doeswhat.com DoesWhat

    Yes it has, just within the last few minutes – Elonex ONE un-boxed, first look review

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