Jetway’s latest Mini Top nettop is a small form factor desktop PC with a low power Intel Atom D525 dual core processor. But what really makes it stand out is the fact that the Jetway nettop is one of the first machines to hit the streets with next-generation NVIDIA ION graphics.

Like similar nettops from Asus, Acer, and others, the Jetway Mini Top bears a more than passing resemblance to a Nintendo Wii, thanks to its thin, square-like shape.

The nettop has HDMI and S/PDIF output for 7.1 channel audio, 5 USB ports, an eSATA port, DVI jack, and 802.11b/g/n WiFi.

Newegg is selling it for just $270. But if you’re wondering why this thing is so cheap, there’s a catch. There’s no memory, hard drive, or operating system. On the bright side, the computer does come with a remote control.

via Netbook News

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5 replies on “Jetway introduces nettop with NVIDIA ION 2 graphics for under $300”

  1. “There’s no memory, hard drive, or operating system.”

    Newegg lists that it comes “with dedicated 512MB DDR3”

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