The Aristo Pico 640 is a sub-$500 notebook destined for Poland. You probably won’t see in the US anytime soon. The specs aren’t spectacular, but the Pico 640 does pack a larger hard drive than you’ll find on many mini-notebooks in this class. Oh, and it has a touchscreen, which is a nice touch. Get it? Yeah, nevermind.

Anyway, here’s what you get for your money:

  • Display: 7 inch, 800 x 480 touchscreen
  • CPU: 1GHz VIA C7-M ULV
  • RAM: 1GB
  • HDD: 40GB
  • OS: Windows XP Home/Pro and/or Linux
  • Card reader: 4 in 1
  • Video out: VGA port
  • Keyboard: 80 keys
  • Connectivity: 802.11b/g, Ethernet, 56k modem
  • Battery: 4-cells, 4800mAh
  • 2USB ports
  • Webcam
  • Weight: 1.09kg
  • Size: 243mm x 172mm x 28.5 – 42.5mm

[via Cloudbook UMPC]

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