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MSI Wind ultraportable gets official Computex debut

MSI Wind ultraportable gets official Computex debut

If you're anything like me you're having trouble keeping up with which budget ultraportable has been released and which hasn't; MSI's gleeful announcement of their Wind notebook is next up today, complete with the boast that it's the first such 10-inch device to feature Intel's Atom CPU.  Of course, ASUS' Eee PC 1000 also has the 1.6GHz processor, so there's little actual differentiation for buyers.  What's more important is the price: $499 for the Windows XP version and $399 for the Wind running Linux.

Acer Aspire One launched: $379 for Atom-powered Eee 901 rival

Acer Aspire One launched: $379 for Atom-powered Eee 901 rival

Acer's entrant to the budget ultraportable fray, the Aspire One which we first saw last week, has been made official.  As expected, the notebook is based on Intel's 1.6GHz Atom processor, has an 8.9-inch display (though 1024 x 600 rather than 1024 x 768 as was predicted) and comes as standard with a Linux OS (Linupus Lite) with Windows XP an option.  Storage is courtesy of an 8GB SSD, with 512MB of RAM and a memory card reader.

3K Computers RazerBook 400 ultraportable gets bargain $299 tag

3K Computers RazerBook 400 ultraportable gets bargain $299 tag

3K Computers have finally got around to launching their Eee-rival, renaming it in the process from the Longitude 400 to the RazerBook 400.  More interesting, however, is the price adjustment: it now carries a MRSP of just $299.  For that, you get a 7-inch screen, sub-2lb weight, 4GB of flash storage (for a claimed 8 second boot) and 400MHz processor.

VIA OpenBook mini-note reference ultraportable revealed

VIA OpenBook mini-note reference ultraportable revealed

VIA has unveiled its latest ultraportable notebook reference design, the OpenBook mini-note, intended to promote its C7-M ULV based Ultra Mobile Platform.  Combining the low-voltage and economical processor with the company's own VX800 digital media IGP chipset, the OpenBook has an 8.9-inch screen and a choice of WiMAX, HSDPA and EV-DO/W-CDMA modules for mobile connectivity.  The OpenBook also has dual 2-megapixel webcams (internal and on the outer lid) together with up to 2GB of RAM, which should cater reasonably for the choice of Vista Basic, XP or various Linux flavors.

Gigabyte M704 UMPC yet another addition to what seemed to be a stale market

Gigabyte M704 UMPC yet another addition to what seemed to be a stale market

First we get hit with the new Asus offering, and now Gigabyte has a new UMPC too, looks like things are popping in the UMPC market again. Sadly it looks like this will, for now, only be available in Taiwan.

But if you are still interested, it has a 1.2GHz VIA Esther ULV C7-M processor, a 7” LED backlit LCD with a 1024x600 resolution, and a 40 or 60GB HDD with Windows Vista. It weighs a mere 780 grams.

LG X-Note E200 laptop targets rich students

LG X-Note E200 laptop targets rich students

With the launch of their latest X-Note E200 series of laptops, LG are hoping we'll concentrate on the fact that they're branding them for the "young generation"; of course, you and I know it's just another opportunity to play "guess my model motivation!" So, what might these sweet girls be thinking, as they gently mash their confused hands against the keys of LG's finest? I'm thinking "but surely the ASUS Eee is meant to be the laptop for the young?!"

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