OCZ Neutrino DIY netbook

OCZ may have started showing off its Neutrino netbook a few weeks ago, but the company’s making things a bit more official now with a real web page, pricing information, and a ship date.

At first glance, the Neturino DIY netbook looks a lot like other mini-laptops. It has a 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270 CPU, a 10.1 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel display, 802.11b/g WiFi, Ethernet, 2 USB ports, a 4 cell, 2200mAh battery, and a webcam. But what sets it apart from other machines is the fact that OCZ wants users to choose their own custom options for RAM, hard drive, card reader, and operating system.

The laptop supports up to 2GB of RAM, a 30GB to 250GB solid state disk or a 5400RPM hard drive with a capacity of up to 250GB. If you want a SD/MS card reader there’s a slot for that in there too. OCZ supports Windows XP, Ubuntu, and gOS Linux.

Engadget reports that the OCZ Neutrino DIY netbook will be available through the OCZ website within two weeks with a base price of $269.

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3 replies on “OCZ launches Neutrino DIY netbook”

  1. Who the hell “designed” that case?

    Someone who normally repairs agricultural implements?

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