Kinpo Introduces Netbook with VIA Nano CPU

Kinpo Introduces Netbook with VIA Nano CPU
August 06 00:00 2009 Print This Article

Kinpo N03 Netbook with VIA Nano CPU

Taiwanese electronics company Kinpo, after tinkering with an Android-equipped tablet PC, has revealed its first netbook that runs on VIA Nano processor.  The Kinpo N03 comes with a built-in 3G/ Wimax chip and supports TD-SCDMA chip (otherwise known as the Chinese 3G), HSDPA/ HSUPA, W-CDMA, and EVDO. 

The 11.6-inch, 1366 x 768 pixel netbook also features WiFi connectivity, option for SSD or HDD storage, 2GB of memory, a 1.3 megapixel webcam, and your choice of either Windows XP or Vista Home Basic.  However, the Kinpo N03 is claimed to last for up to three hours on batteries alone, which can be a drab will all that connectivity options (and makes you want to wish that they should have sticked with Intel Atom instead).

Despite all of those packed features, the Kinpo N03 comes in at just about 1.3 kilograms.  The price, meanwhile, is yet to be unveiled.

Image source:  Kinpo

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