Tired of cheap mini-laptops from China that always seem to have ridiculously sluggish ARM-based processors? Shenzhen Zhuo Nisi Technology is kicking things up a notch with a 7 inch netbook sporting a 1GHz ARM-based processor.

The netbook has a touchscreen display that you can fold down over the keyboard for use in tablet mode, and it runs Google Android. There’s also a standard netbook version which doesn’t have the touchscreen.

The computer looks a lot like many other budget netbooks running Linux or Android that I’ve seen at trade shows for the past few years. But this is one of the first I’ve seen that can work in tablet mode — which makes it ideal for use with Google’s touch-friendly Android operating syste,

Now we just need someone to export these little guys from China. A larger keyboard would also be nice.


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6 replies on “7 inch convertible tablet with 1GHz ARM processor”

  1. Is the 1Ghz ARM processor faster than the 1.33Ghz Atom on the Viliv S7?

  2. Yeah, this is what I was talking about. Make it below 150$, throw in an ubuntu, and make it a hit!

  3. Well… That’s sort of nice…

    Umm, now if they could bump it up to netbook sizes, and get them released in the states, and oh yeah put on touch pads with the buttons on the bottom… I’d have no problem throwing something like Jollicloud on something like this and having a blast, assuming the price is right, and I can actually buy one in the US without significant hassle.

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