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Hello Kitty C1

Hello Kitty fans who are thrilled with the line are finding the Hello Kitty C1 netbook a tempting purchase to add to their already broad collection of Hello Kitty memorabilia. Netbook users who are fans of the Hello Kitty C1 are the target demographic for the new computer which has fanatics adding this netbook to their collection of other Hello Kitty gadgets.

The laptop is nothing short of adorable. The text "Hello Kitty" is plastered across the lid and in the corner sits the coveted white kitty with a crimson red bow next to her furry ear. The logo brings in the Hello Kitty crowd and forces them to pay significantly more for the netbook because of its obvious name brand markings. Without the distinctive Hello Kitty markings, the netbook would be like every other all-white computer on the market.

Hello Kitty C1 weighs in at 2.6 pounds and is an ultra-portable laptop. The specs are typical of most netbooks on the market. 1.6 GHz Intel Atom processor, 120GB hard drive, 1GB of RAM, and a 1.3 megapixel webcam. There are other good attributes to the Hello Kitty C1 that are found once the Windows XP system is booted up. First, the user will get even more overwhelmed with the Hello Kitty wallpaper and then have access to programs such as Open Office Application, Firefox, and Skype. There is good WiFi connectivity on the netbook to instantly run the applications.

There are only two USB ports on the computer and the display is 10.1 inches, which is actually a nice size compared to some of the seven and eight inch netbooks out there.

Users of the Hello Kitty C1 don't have to bother with learning the basics of linux because the netbook uses a Windows XP Home operating system. The user can choose between running the Windows system in five different languages. For all of the fabulousness that accounts for the Hello Kitty C1 Netbook, the excitement stops sharply with the cost. The typical price for a Hello Kitty C1 is $800. Most netbooks of equal quality are in the $3-500 range but it's the cutesy girlish logo of the kitty cat that bumps up the price on the netbook. Consumers who decide to say Hello to the kitty are also saying Goodbye to their wallets. There is always a high cost to pay if you want a designer laptop, and it should also be taken into account that only 500 Hello Kitty C1 netbooks were originally made. This means consumers are also paying for exclusivity.

The Hello Kitty C1 hails from Japan, where the brand is raging and highly popular. Onkyo is the maker of the brand and caters to the special crowd of fans who love the product line.

Kia
Fri, 16 Jan 2009 02:58:48 +0000

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