Quite honestly, I don’t really get why Dospara, a Japanese company would come out with a new netbook such as the Prime Note Cartina UM, this late in the game. Aside from being a little late in joining the netbook wars, the said netbook will also be available only in Japan - and only 30 units of it will be released for those who might be interested to buy it.

From its looks and specs, the Prime Note Cartina UM Netbook is a feature-rich netbook worthy of getting in line with other netbooks available in the market today. Here are its specs if you are curious to know:

  • 8.9-inch WSVGA LCD
  • Atom N270 Processor
  • 120GB HDD
  • 1GB of RAM
  • WiFi
  • Linux OS

Those are definitely standard features of a netbook right? So, why on earth would a company release only 30 units of such a promising netbook? I guess, we will never find out.

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