ECS is a company that doesn’t generally produce netbooks and notebooks that are sold under its own brand name. Instead the company’s products tend to be rebadged and sold under different brand names, like the Averatec Buddy.
According to DigiTimes, ECS will be showing off a new crop of notebooks at Computex in Taiwan next month. Odds are you’ll never be able to walk into a store and buy one of these little guys under the ECS name, but you might see them on the shelves with a different name.
In the netbook department, ECS will be showing off three new models with 10.1 inch displays, Intel Atom processors, Bluetooth, WiMAX, and HSUPA/3G modems.
It looks like ECS may also be getting into the Intel Classmate PC business with a new model called the CMPC, which has a 10 inch display, 32GB solid state disk, Atom processor, WiFi, WiMAX, and a 9 hour battery. I could be wrong about this being a Classmate PC (There are no pictures yet), but the acronym certainly works.
ECS is also introducing 11.6 and 13.3 inch notebooks with Intel Consumer Ultra Low Voltage processors.