Linpus is probably best known as the group that makes the Linpus Linux Lite operating system found on the Acer Aspire One netbook. But the copany had another netbook running the operating system on display at CeBIT last week. Sascha from Netbook News.de checked out the unnamed prototype and posted a video which you can find after the break.
Here are some of the highlights. The computer appears to be a prototype from Quanta which will likely be branded and sold by telecoms like Vodafone. It features integrated 3G and there’s a SIM card slot tucked away behind the battery. The netbook is quite slim and has a decent sized keyboard and touchpad, but it has a glossy screen which should limit it’s usefulness outdoors.
The computer has a 10.1 inch display, 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270 CPU, a solid state disk, 512MB of RAM, and WiFi capabilities. It’s also got 3 USB ports, mic and headphone jacks.