Taiwanese OEM Quanta is apparently working on a netbook called the QW6. There’s not much information about it at the moment, but odds are this machine will be released under a different brand name, as Quanta doesn’t sell PCs directly to consumers. But the company does manufacturer notebooks for big name PC makers.

According to an FCC listing, uncovered by Wireless Goodness, the netbook will have HDMI and VGA ports, 3 USB ports, a 1.3MP webcam, and a touchpad that doesn’t seem to have physical left and right buttons. That’s about all the info that’s available — but I”m guessing we’re looking at a machine with NVIDIA ION graphics, otherwise I don’t see the point in the HDMI port.

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One reply on “Quanta QW6 netbook arrives at the FCC”

  1. manufacturers can also include HDMI on Intel Atom Z-series + GMA500 IGP, not only ION.

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