Netbooks might be a long-forgotten trend in our tablet-centric world, but there’s still a place for a device with a keyboard that can run standard Windows apps. Kogan’s new Atlas Laptop has somewhat basic specifications, but a basic price too: $359 (plus $19 for delivery).
The 14-inch device sports a 2.16GHz Pentium N3540 processor and a 500GB hard drive. The standard machine only has 2GB of RAM, which frankly isn’t enough to run Windows meaningfully; you can upgrade to 4GB for an extra $10. There are two USB 2.0 ports and one USB 3.0.
Those specs are going to mean fairly anaemic performance, but if you just want a basic spare laptop or something for the kids, this might do the job.