Netbook Clones

Last updated: March 10, 2009

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Acer Aspire One
Model Region/Country Notes
Gateway LT1001G Asia
Gateway LT1004U United States Sold at Office Depot
Packard Bell Dot United Kingdom Didn’t make it to retail
MSI Wind U100
Model Region/Country Notes
Advent 4211 UK
Ahtec LUG N011 The Netherlands, Spain and Belgium SUSE Linux, Windows XP, or no OS
Aristo Pico i300 Poland/Europe
Averatec Buddy US, North America?
Axioo Pico Singapore/Indosia 160GB HDD, No Bluetooth
Casper MiniBook Turkey
Certified Data U100 Canada Available at London Drugs
CMS ICBook M1 Vietnam
Datron Mobee N011 Turkey
HCL MiLeap MH 04 India
Medion Ayoka Mini Germany, Switzerland, Austria, The Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, Spain, France, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Poland, Australia 802.11 n wireless, No Bluetooth, 0.3MP Camera
Mivvy M310 Czech Republic 2GB RAM, 120GB HDD
Mouse LuvBook U100 Japan
Multirama HT Xpress Book Greece/Europe 160GB HDD
MyBook M11 Denmark aka “Freedom”
NTT Corrino 101I Poland/Europe
Nuevo Visa Clip Spain/Europe
Portatil Beep Iridium U10 Spain/Europe
Positivo Mobo White 1000 Brazil 512MB RAM, 80GB HDD
Positivo Mobo White 1050 Brazil
Positivo Mobo White 1070 Brazil
Positivo Mobo White 1090 Brazil 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD
Proline U100 UMPC South Africa
RoverBook Neo U100 Russia 120GB or 160GB HDD
Sylvania MAGNI US/North America
Tsunami Moover T10 Portugal Windows XP Home only
VIA Nanobook
Model Region/Country Notes
Packard Bell Easynote XS UK/Europe
Model Region/Country Notes

Note: if you know of any netbook clones not listed or of places to purchase the clones listed above, feel free to contact us with the relevant information and we’ll post it online.

A lot of the above information has come from various non-Engilsh stories that were run through Google’s translation service – as a result, some of the names or countries listed are probably inaccurate. This will be expanded as we find better information. Some of the information came from Wikipedia, and we’ve contributed some of the information to Wikipedia as well, so it’s kind of a full-circle. We will probably always have more entries, as some were rejected on Wikipedia for various reasons.