An IT company is trying to sell me netbooks, but because they're "business" rather than "home" they're twice the price for less than the same specs. Adding insult to injury, we're quoted separately on power adapters, which add about 10% to the unit cost.
Do they really not come with power adapters? Am I the only one who thinks that's ridiculous? Is that a standard thing from Asus, HP, etc.?
The only other difference I can see is that they come with XP Pro instead of XP Home...but even that's not the case for all the units.
Is there different hardware? Is there even really a different class of netbook for businesses, or is it all made up? (Re: made up: For instance, we have Bell "Business" DSL at work, and they shipped us a DSL modem labelled "SpeedTouch HOME". Since they're service doesn't have any more uptime than I get at home, I assume they're just charging double because we're a business and they're therefore allowed to force us to buy "business" service even if it's exactly the same as their home service.)