ECS T800 Netbook: Tiny, and impressive
Some folks figured that if they could strip the Atom, Windows and Sony out of the Sony Vaio P, and give it a few upgrades, they would have an extremely attractive, ultraportable computer system. So they did, and thus was born the ECS T800 Netbook!
Currently on display at Computex, this system weighs in at just 800 grams, and though it isn’t fully functional yet, it will be married with an Android operating system and a low-power non x86 processor.
For something so small, this little system’s specs are quite impressive! With an 800MHz OMAP3 3440 or 1GHz OMAP3 3450 Texas Instruments processor, you’ll have a surprising amount of power under the hood. With 512MB of RAM, two Mini-PCIe slots for your WWAN cards and your choice of either a 2.5-inch Hard disk or SSD, the system is easily adaptable to your needs. An additional two USB 2.0 ports, a 4-in-1 card reader an audio jack help to round out the system. The tiny dimensions are also impressive, measuring 246×121x20mm.
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