Point of View netbook

Dutch computer maker Point of View is getting in on the netbook action with a strikingly average looking mini-laptop called the Mobii PC. The computer has a 1.6GHz Intel Atom CPU, 1GB of RAm, and a 160GB hard drive. It runs Windows XP or Linpus Linux Lite, and sports 3 USB ports, 802.11b/g WiFi, and a 1.3MP camera.

The Mobii PC also has an ExpressCard slot, which is something you don’t see on many netbooks today. No word on whether the netbook will be released in the US, but it costs about 280 Euros in Europe, which is around $400 US.

Update: Jean-François from Netboook 3G writes in to let us know that the Mobii PC has been on sale in Belgium since November, and that it’s basically the same machine as the Haier 81004 netbook.

via Engadget

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6 replies on “Point of View launches a netbook”

  1. Does anyone have battery and hackintoshing info on this? I’d love to know. (The express card slot has some appeal.)

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