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, 1366×768)
- DDR2 up to 4GB (2GBx2)
- SATA 2.5” HDD/SSD
- USB 2.0 x3, Touchpad
- 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
- – HSDPA/HSUPA
- – TD-SCDMA / W-CDMA / EVDO
- – WiMAX
- 3600~3800mA Li-Polymer Battery
- SD/SDHC/MMC Card Reader
- 281mm(L) x 198mm(W)
- 25mm thick
- <1.3Kg Weight.