Chinese computer maker Delux Technology has introduced a line of 10 and 11.6 inch mini-laptops. For the most part, these computers are standard netbook fare with 1GB of RAM, 160GB hard drives and Windows XP or Windows 7. But Sascha from Netbook did find a few interesting features on some models.

First, most of the laptops feature glossy displays but matte, non-glare displays. Second, all of the notebooks seem to have fairly larger keyboards and touchpads, although some have single mouse buttons while others have two distinct buttons.

But probably the most interesting point comes about 4 minutes and 15 seconds into Sascha’s video when he explains why you don’t see any USB ports or other jacks on the side of one of the 11.6 inch laptops. It’s because there’s a removable cover for those ports. When you remove the cover, you’ll see that it actually has a USB flash drive and a laser pointer built right in.

You can check out Sascha’s hands-on video after the break.

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One reply on “China’s Delux Technology launches range of mini-laptops – Video”

  1. Neat features but janky plastic case…cheap forming can be notcied from the reflected highlights on the case material. Call me fussy, but it looks janky.

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