It’s been almost a month since Epson teased us with an image (or really, a silhouette) of the company’s upcoming netbook. And now it’s here, in the form of the Endeavor Na01.
As expected, it packs a 10.2 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel display, a 1.6GHz Intel Atom CPU, 1GB of RAM, a 160GB hard drive, 802.11b/g WiFi, and Windows XP. It also has a 3-in-1 memory card reader, an Ethernet jack, and 3 USB ports.
Overall, it looks a lot like virtually every other netbook on the market today. But if you’re looking for a tiny laptop that will match your printer, the Epson name might be a bonus, right?
The Epson Endeavor Na01 will set you back 46,800 yen in Japan, which is about $485 US. Epson is also offering upgrade options including a three year warranty, a mobile pack with an extra battery and a Bluetooth mouse, and an expansion pack which comes with a monitor.
via Engadget and Akihabara News
Update: Eee PC News reports that the netbook weighs about 1.3kg or 2.8 pounds and comes with a 7.4V/4400mAh battery.
Perhaps you could add a column to your database indicating whether the netbook has the shift key in the “correct” spot for touch-typing? Or you could ask these manufacturers why they keep putting out models that have it in a place that would drive a touch typist insane?
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