zoostorm-freedomZoostorm is launching the new Freedom netbook in the UK. The mini-laptop sports a 1.6GHz Intel Atom CPU, an 8.9 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel display, an 8GB SSD, and 512MB of RAM which can be upgraded to 1GB.

The netbook also has 2 USB ports, a VGA port, headphone and mic jacks, a 0.3MP webcam, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, and Ethernet. The company claims the included 4 cell, 4400mAh battery is good for 4.5 hours.

The product listing also mentions to PCI Express Mini Card slots. That’s something that you don’t see mentioned very often, even though many netbooks actually have one or two PCIe slots, because you need to open the computer case to get at them. In theory, you should be able to add components like a 3G modem using these slots. No word on whether doing so would void your warranty.

The Zoostorem Freedom netbook weighs just under 2 pounds and measures 8.9″ x 6.7″ x 1.3″. It runs about £239.99 or $340 US.

via NetbookTech

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9 replies on “Zoostorm launches Freedom netbook”

  1. I scan for price. If they aren’t offering anything vastly cheaper at this point, then why throw their hats in the ring to begin with? There are a ton of companies that can meet or beat those specs for the price. Why would I want to go with a new brand that I can’t trust?

  2. Does Freedom come with Linux or Micro-soft?

    I have a few ‘free as in freedom, free as in beer’ jokes ready if its XP only.

  3. You’re right. No one is reinventing the wheel here. All I scan for is screen size. 8.9 inches or 10 inches.. and then I move on. In time things will change but for now you have to cut through the herd of companies jumping on the bandwagon.

  4. Doesn’t anyone else just scan for “1024×600” and then ignore the rest at this point?

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