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Best Buy and Sprint Launch 99-Cent Netbook, Still Manages to Be a Ripoff

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Best Buy and Sprint have just launched their first netbook, a "Compaq-branded HP Mini 110c", and it will only cost you $0.99 USD. This may seem cheap at first, but you're going to have to agree to a 2-year data plan, which will cost $60 USD per month. After 2 years, that leaves you spending $1,440 USD for a netbook, which is definitely not worth it. Engadget suggests that you spend the money elsewhere and they have some tips for you, so check out the link below. By the way, do not take this shady deal.



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