Of course like most netbooks it has the Intel Atom Processor. We’re not sure which speed yet. In addition, it has 1 GB of RAM and 250GB of hard drive space.
While being incredibly under-powered when compared to a traditional notebook, these are very small computers. They are only an inch thick and 2.57 pounds.
The computer has three USB 2.0 ports, a 5-in-1 digital media card slot, and a VGA out port. There is a webcam and Wi-Fi and Compaq’s Quicksync software to sync files with your other computers.
You would not want to rely on this as a primary system unless maybe it was for a child or someone who had incredibly simple computer needs, like email and writing short documents. It would however make a good secondary device for checking email or finalizing a word document on a trip.
If you don’t need a large hard drive and want to save a bundle, check out the Compaq CQ10-405DX which is an almost identical Black Friday netbook available for just $149 at Best Buy.