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Tuesday, 11 December 2007 10:55

Everex to ship Eee PC competitor

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Cloudbook out next year


Everex wants to release an ultra-mobile PC with a 7-inch screen to compete with the Asus Eee PC.

The device will be called Cloudbook, and will ship with a Google package and a gOS Linux Operating system. Plans are that the device will hit the shops in mid-January. According to Linux devices, the initial Cloudbook model will be powered by a Via C7 ULV processor clocked at 1.2GHz, and come with a 30GB hard drive.

It will ship in mid-January in two models, one of which will have a 1.2MP Webcam. There will be a "Developer" version equipped with a touchscreen, which will be released two weeks earlier.

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