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The newest company to jump into the netbook bandwagon is EPSON, with their first ever netbook, Endeavor Na01.
The netbook packs a 10.2 inch screen, 1.6Ghz Intel Atom CPU, 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD, together with all other specs you see with other netbooks.
Endeavor Na01 sells at 46,800 JPY, or $485 in US dollars. They also offer upgrade options in different packages. They have 3-year warranty upgrade, Mobile Pack option with extra battery and bluetooth mouse, and the expansion package if you want an extra monitor.
See Sony? Everyone is in except you, and we are all excited to your netbook. Is there ever gonna be a Sony Netbook?
Let me start with this. Price and release date not yet revealed.
But that teaser surely leads to only one truth that there will be Epson netbooks around in the coming months. The image on the teaser looks like a typical netbook, though we don’t know where different ports will be placed. Shall we call it Epson Mini?
Epson is one of the leading manufacturers of best quality printers and hi-def projectors.
Here is a rundown of specs of the Epson Mini.
OS: Windows® XP Home Edition SP3
CPU:Intel ® Atom ™ processor N270 (1.60GHz)
Screen: WSVGA 10.2-color LCD (1024 × 600)
Graphics: Mobile Intel ® 945GSE Express chipset built-in
Memory:(1.0GB × 1) PC2-5300 DDR2 SDRAM
HDD: 160GB Serial ATA 5400rpm response
Wireless LAN: IEEE802.11b/g