The Red Fox WizBook N1020i has a few things that set it apart from other netbooks. It comes in a range of 5 different colors. And it has an ExpressCard/34 expansion slot. But it’s not the only netbook with those features. Here’s one that you won’t find on any other mini-laptop available today: It includes Bluetooth 3.0.

The problem is that as far as I’m aware, there aren’t very many peripherals that support the Blutooth 3.0 standard yet, so you probably won’t notice much of a speed improvement. And that’s exactly what Electronic Pulp’s David Gonzales found when he reviewed the WizBook N1020i. He wasn’t particularly impressed with the Bluetooth speed or the inclusion of the ExpressCard slot, since he didn’t have much need for either. He did like the pretty colors though.

The rest of the netbook’s specs are standard fare, including 1GB of RAM, a 160GB hard drive, and 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270 CPU, and a 10.2 inch display. It includes a 3 cell battery, which Gonzales says is good for about 3.5 hours of run time. And the odds of you finding this netbook outside of the Philippines anytime soon are less than great.

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