Raon Digital Everun Note benchmarks suggest best netbook performance yet

Chris Davies - Aug 13, 2008, 12:10 pm CDT

Raon Digital’s Everun Note was always going to get some attention due to its compact size, but the company’s marketing department have really put the cat among the pigeons with the release of a very promising benchmark screenshot.  Using an AMD Turion 64×2 Dual Core 1.2GHz (1MB L2 Cache) processor with 1GB of RAM, the figures – yet to be third-party verified, remember – knock Atom performance into a cocked hat.

See the benchmarks after the cut

The expected arguments about what sort of power requirements were needed to reach that figure, and what effect that would have on runtime from the single cell, 5200mah (19.2wh) battery, are running.  It’s probably safe to say that actual usage time under those conditions wouldn’t be anywhere near Raon Digital’s estimated 3hrs.

Other confirmed information includes the presence of a PCI-Express Mini slot and SIM card holder for 3G expansion.  No official price, but somewhere in the region of $800 has been rumored.

More photos of the Everun Note here.

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