If you’re fan of Intel, you know that Intel is the leading CPU manufacturer for desktop computers, and now, it seems that Intel is trying to make its way onto mobile devices as well.
We agree that you will probably not remember ASUS rolling out the Eee PC 1015PEM which boasted an Intel Atom N550 processor. Afterall, its only ASUS (just the baby ASUS) which cannot be compared with the likes of (your favs) Dell and HP but this time you got to read it and remember it. HP has also hinted that it might be using the newly launched (and already famous) Atom N550 processors for its upcoming line of netbooks though HP hasn’t yet officially commented on this leak. If the product description of HP Mini 5103 from HP’s U.S. website is to be believed then this upcoming netbook from HP will have Intel Atom Dual core N550 1.5-GHz processor with 512 KB Level 2 cache and 667 MHz front side bus (FSB).
We have heard about computing machines for business, programming, multimedia, entertainment, gaming and many other specific objectives. Here is a brand new netbook designed by keeping the requirements of a student as their primary concern. Classmate PCs are powered by Intel Atom N450 processors.
Just before 2010 was about to knock at our doors, Acer unveiled its Aspire One 532h Netbook. It is the company’s first netbook to integrate Intel’s latest Pine Trail for the Atom processor. Other features are almost similar to Acer’s existing Netbook lineup.
Check it out, the Lenovo IdeaCentre Q110 Nettop is finally available for purchase at Lenovo’s online store. Lenovo are well known for shaping things up with a nice, smooth, glossy touch, there’s no exception for their new mini PC here. For mini PC fans who care for the outside just as much as the inside, I would say the Q110 certainly has its charms over the likes of Acer’s Aspire Revo per say.
Priced at $399, the Q110 is an ION-based nettop which offers a decent combination of hardware specs including Intel Atom 230 1.6GHz CPU, a 2GB RAM, a 160GB hard drive and Windows Vista Home Premium 64 OS. Connectivity wise there are four USB 2.0, HDMI, Ethernet and a headphone jack. Continue reading »
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