3K is promoting its new RazorBook 400 mini-notebook. And if it looks familiar, there’s good reason. It’s pretty much the same computer 3K was showing off last month, only back then it was called the Longitude. Aside from the name change, I don’t see many changes. The computer’s still got:

  • 7 inch 800 x 480 pixel screen
  • 400 MHz processor
  • 512MB RAM
  • 4GB flash storage
  • 802.11b/g
  • 3 USB ports
  • SD card reader

And as for the operating system, the Longitude… I mean RazorBook stil packs the same “genuine Linux” OS. No word on what distro that would be, or what a fake Linux operating system would look like.

[via Mobility Site]

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One reply on “3K renames the Longitude: Meet the RazorBook 400”

  1. Just wanted to point out that the CPU is ARM-based, i.e. not x86-compatible. You won’t be able to put Windows XP on it, but the performance is probably quite comparable to the EEE.

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