So here we're at the web book here with a 10-inch, 10.1-inch screen. This is a VIA 8850. You open the practice page on the right side of this part. The keyboard is like a chiclet keyboard. It costs $71. The only problem is that it has 512MB RAM and it's not touch-enabled. Maybe the US will optimize it for touch in the future. I'm guessing the Android 4.2 is also optimized for it, kind of like a merger with Chrome OS. The specs are 85 for tech say nine Mali 400, 1GB RAM, 4GB flash, and it weighs 800 grams. It costs $71, which is much cheaper than the 64GB version. It's sad because I need to buy it, but I can't find it in stock. There's even support for a 3G USB dongle. You can plug in a dongle and use it. The Umpire Chromebook just launched with Samsung for $250, while this one costs $71 with 1GB RAM. There's also a 7-inch version with the same CPU. It only costs $53. The price is $51 for the 33011b version. We're booting up Android 4.0 on this device. It comes in different colors, including pink. There are other companies that also make tablets, like ARM. This laptop design is cheap and old. It used to use MIPS, then it switched to ARM Cortex-A9. It's only $50. With Chrome OS, billions of people can connect to the internet with these devices. It might be fast enough for browsing. I tested the keypad touch and it works fine. The laptop is thin and looks nice.