Taiwan’s AMtek has been pumping out tablets and netbooks for a while. At CES the company showed off a few new models in each product category, including the first AMtek 1o inch netbook with an Intel Atom N450 processor and a new line of 12 inch models featuring Intel CULV processors.

The AMtek LI10netbook features a 1.66GHz Intel Atom N450 Pine Trail processor, a 10.1 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel display, and a 3 or 6 cell battery. The laptop 1GB of RAM and a 160GB hard drive and  has 3 USB ports, mic, headphone, and D-SUB ports. It weighs 2.6 pounds with a 3 cell battery and measures 9.8″ x 8″ x 1″.

AMTek’s 10 and 12.1 inch tablets have 1024 x 768 pixel displays (no, I don’t know why the company didn’t go with 1280 x 800  or 1366 x 768) and Intel CULV processors. Some models feature a 1.2GHz Celeron 723 processor, which I think is improperly labeled in the spec sheets as a Core 2 Duo chip. Others have faster 1.86GHz Core 2 Duo SL9400 chips.

No word on pricing or availability of any of these new models, but you can check out the spec sheets below.

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8 replies on “AMtek launches new line of Pine Trail netboks, CULV tablets”

  1. michael, the reason why you have not heard of Amtek is because they are, and still is, a major ODM in the tablet, netbook & UMPC space. They build for tabletkiosk (Sahara), X2 (itablet), Sylvania(meso g)

  2. Brad, the way you put it and the impression you give about Amtek pumping out netbooks for a while does not make sense.

    You give the impression that it has been around and a household name.

    I and I am sure many other, have never heard of AMtek before

      1. Brad, I am not doubting that you have covered Amtek before, I am just saying that it is an unheard of company, even in Taiwan, you don’t see it in the IT malls.

        1. I didn’t say it was a well known company. I said they’ve been putting out
          netbooks and tablets for a while. When I happened across their display at
          CES, I recognized the name immediately because it’s one that I’ve been
          covering for the past year or two. That was all I meant to imply.

          1. The name may not be as familiar to those who have focused on the netbook space only. For those who have kept an eye on the UMPC space, they had products in that market during the entirety of the Origami phase, beginning in about 2006.
            – Vr/Zeux..>>

  3. Cooool screens with digitizers! Why won’t American companies do this. Their website is too sketchy =

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