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Sapphire's first netbook runs on Atom N450

by on03 March 2010


Cebit 2010: 10-incher


Apart from the new HD 5970 4GB OC card, Sapphire is showcasing more additions to its product line at Cebit. Already test-marketed in some sales regions, Sapphire now offers a netbook computer with a simple name N450. As the name implies, Sapphire N450 sports a 1.6GHz Atom N450 with 512KB cache, 1 GB DDR2 667 DRAM, one 2.5“  HDD SATA 250 GB, video camera, card reader, 5.1 HD audio. 


A 10.1-inch 1024x600 widescreen display together with 1.66GHz processor and 1GB of system RAM should offer sufficient performance for Office environment and internet surfing, but naturally you can forget about more demanding applications or games, thanks to integrated Intel GMA 3150 graphics. It seems the N450 will be available only in black and it ships with Windows 7, most likely Starter edition. It should be priced similarly to the competition.


Last modified on 09 March 2010
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