Chippy at UMPC Portal received some documents from the folks at Raon Digital that suggest the upcoming Everun Note mini-laptop will be fast. Like blazing fast. Like faster than most full sized notebooks fast.

This shouldn’t be particularly surprising, since the this will also be one of the first netbooks or ultra mobile PCs to sport a dual-core CPU. But some folks think the numbers are too good to be true. And you know what? There’s a good chance they are. Because while benchmarks are nice, I think it’s safe to say we should take them with a grain of salt when they’re recorded by the manufacturer of the laptop in question.

Raon Digital’s Everun Note has a 7 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel touchscreen display, and weighs just 742 grams. The company says it can get three hours of battery life, but I’m guessing you’ll only get that kind of juice if the PC is running in power saving mode. If you want to squeeze as much power as possible out of the dual core AMD Turian CPU, you’ll probably sacrifice battery life.

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One reply on “Everun Note could be the fastest netbook/UMPC to date”

  1. touchscreen you say? If it gets better reviews than that one from Gigabyte I might be interested.

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