Dr. Mobile FreeStyle 1300n VIA netbook video demo

Chris Davies - May 12, 2009
Dr. Mobile FreeStyle 1300n VIA netbook video demo

As brand names go, Dr. Mobile at least goes some way to telling you what the company is all about: ultramobile products like netbooks and notebooks.  Dr. Mobile first showed off its VIA-based netbook wares at CES back in January, and now HowToBeMobile has grabbed some hands-on video time with the new 11.6-inch Dr.Mobile FreeStyle 1300n.

Video demo of the Dr. Mobile netbooks after the cut

Hands-on, the FreeStyle 1300n reportedly feels sturdy despite the slim build, and the 11.6-inch display - running at 1366 x 768 resolution - is handy for fitting full webpages on-screen.  Performance from the VIA Nano 1.3GHz processor is left up in the air, but we're hoping that the experience from the Samsung NC20 - which uses the same CPU - carries over to the 1300n. 

There's also a fair degree of customization, with multiple colors and finishes available.  No word on pricing, but the first models are expected to arrive on the market in around a month.

Key specs for the FreeStyle 1300n:

  • VIA Nano 1.3GHz Processor
  • VIA  VX800 Chipset
  • Windows XP® / Vista® Home Basic OS
  • 11.6" WXGA  (WXGA, 1366x768)
  • DDR2 up to 4GB (2GBx2)
  • SATA 2.5” HDD/SSD
  • USB 2.0 x3, Touchpad
  • VGAx1,
  • FreeStyle 1300nWebcam 1.3M x1
  • LAN (10/100/1000)
  • WiFi (802.11b/g)
  • Bluetooth (EDR2.0, DUN, PAN, A2DP + AVRCP)
  • Embedded mini PCIe device options
  • - WiMAX
  • 3600~3800mA  Li-Polymer Battery
  • SD/SDHC/MMC Card Reader
  • 281mm(L) x 198mm(W)
  • 25mm thick
  • <1.3Kg Weight.

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