Point of View is probably best known for making graphics cards, but the company has also cranked out some interesting netbooks over the past few years — including one of the first models with a dual core Atom processor. A few months ago, the company promised to add an 11.6 inch laptop with an Intel CULV processor to its lineup, and the folks at Notebook Italia got a chance to check it out in person at CeBIT this week.

The Point of View Mobii notebook has an 11.6 inch, 1366 x 768 pixel display and a dual core Intel Celeron SU2300 processor. It packs 2GB of RAM and a 250GB hard drive and has HDMI output. The computer runs Windows 7 Home Premium and supports 802.11b/g/n WiFi and optional Bluetooth.

The notebook looks quite slim, and it looks like some of the ports may actually be hidden behind a Macbook Air-like pop-out panel to save space. The notebook features a full sized chiclet-style keyboard, and a nice looking touchpad with a single button below it.

You can find more photos at Notebook Italia.

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One reply on “Point of View shows off CULV powered notebooks”

  1. Hmmm. Looks just like the MSI X-Slim series, which was/is a POS. Mine (MSI X600) died after 2 months of use, and then I got the run-around from MSI who essentially refused to address the issue. If this is a rebadged jobbie from MSI themselves, I would recommend all users stay away. Of course, I could be completely off-course.

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