Computer maker Lengda introduced two little laptops at Computex last week. One is a standard looking netbook called the Lengda X10K. It has a 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270 CPU, a 10.1 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel screen, a couple USB ports, VGA output, and an Ethernet cable.
But there are a few things that make the X10K stand out. First, it has a stainless steel lid, which gives the computer a bit of heft. It weighs 1.37kg or about 3 pounds. Lengda plans to make a lighter aluminum version as well. It also has a pull-out antenna which Lars from Netbook News says can be used for an integrated TV tuner or 3G UMTS modem, depending on the model.
Netbook News also got the skinny on the Lengda M11A, which is an 11.1 inch ultraportable featuring an Intel CULV processor. It’s about the same size as a typical netbook, an dhas a 4 cell Li-Polymer battery. It weighs just 1.3kg or about 2.87 pounds.
You can check out hands-on videos with each laptop from Netbook News after the break.