NVIDIA is showing off another Tegra-powered mini-laptop in Taiwan. The company showcased a number of laptops built around the platform, which bundles a low power ARM-based processor with NVIDIA graphics at Computex in June. At the time, the model that was getting the most attention was the Mobinnova élan. But the Inventec Rainbow that NVIDIA is demoing now looks pretty slick as well.
The laptop has a 600MHz low power CPU, 256MB of RAM and 256MB of flash memory, and a 10.1 inch, 1024 x 576 pixel display. It packs 802.11b/g WiFi, an EV-DO or HSPA 3G module, and GPS and/or a digital TV tuner. While the Rainbow has just a 2200mAh battery, it can stream 720p video for about 4 hours on a charge. It can also operate in standby for up to 10 days.
The Inventec Rainbow runs Windows CE 6.0 with a custom user interface and application suite that includes Firefox and an HD video player.
via Netbook News.de