Airis appears poised to be one of the first netbook makers to bring a rebranded version of the ECS G10IL to market. French site Clubic reports that Airis plans to update its netbook line soon. And Clubic has the pictures to prove it.
The G10IL is one of the more exciting Intel Atom-based netbooks due to its attractive design and unusual touchpad with the LED lights built into the mousebuttons. But ECS never planned to push the product under its own name. Instead, companies like Airis and FTEC will sell rebranded versions of the computer.
Airies is no stranger to the netbook space. The company has been pumping out low cost computers for a while now, most powered by the VIA C7-M CPU. The upcoming G10IL will stand out from the earlier models thanks to its Intel Atom CPU, 8.9 inch display and larger keyboard.
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