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Tuesday, 09 March 2010 12:16

Sparkle working on Calibre Cuti based on ION2

Written by Sanjin Rados
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Cebit 2010: Comes around Computex


Sparkle's Calibre Cuti nettop seasoned with some ION2 garnish is on the way. The current model is based on Intel’s Atom 330 dual-core CPU combined with Nvidia’s ION platform. The new one will be ready for Computex time.

Calibre Cuti nettop can be equipped with up to 4GB of memory, 160 or 320 GB hard drive (supports up to 500GB), it has integrated Geforce 9400 graphics, courtesy of ION, Gigabit LAN, 802.11bgn WiFi, optional Bluetooth, 7.1-channel audio, six USB ports and a card reader. You can see it on the next picture.

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As far as outputs are concerned, Calibre Cuti has it all covered with DVI and HDMI with support for 1080p reproduction, thanks to Nvidia's Geforce 9400 GPU. According to Sparkle, the new Calibre Cuti consumes 30W under full load and 14W in idle, while the noise level is around 26dBA under full load and 3dBA in stand-by.

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