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Wednesday, 04 March 2009 18:32

OCZ goes after the netbook market

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Cebit 2009: OCZ's DIY Neutrino netbook

OCZ has joined the netbook fun with its Neutrino netbook. Once it starts selling it will be available under OCZ´s DIY program which means that users will be able to replace or upgrade memory and hard drive without loosing the warranty.

The rest of the specifications are basically identical to most netbooks on the market. It comes with Intel´s N270 Atom processor, 945GSE+ICH7M chipset, and a 10-inch 1024x600 LED backlit screen.

It also supports up to 2GB of DDR2 memory and up to 250GB of 2.5-inch hard disk drive at 5400RPM. It will also be available pre-equipped with OCZ´s memory and OCZ´s 250GB SSD drive. It will be available with either Windows XP or Ubuntu Linux OS.

The Neutrino netbook should be available in next two or three months, and here's how it looks.

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