Eee PC has a nice little pictorial showing about 20 mini-notebooks that were on display at Computex. What do they all have in common? They’re small, light weight, cheap, and they’re powered by the VIA C7-M CPU.

If you want an up-close like at the Airis Kira, Great Wall A81, Ngai Lik 8010A, CZC Hn1, TongFan Imini S1, Newbyte S10, Everex Cloudbook Max, or iDot VED8900, now’s your chance. Eee PC blogger Sascha Pallenberg says he’ll be posting some hands-on videos over the next few days as well.

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2 replies on “Roundup of VIA powered netbooks from Computex”

  1. Are people really getting excited about UMPCs based on the VIA C7-M? Until I see independent benchmarks of VIA’s new Nano processor, I will not buy anything with a VIA chip in it.

    1. Comments like this nearly kept me from buying my 2133. I’m glad they didn’t. I’m perfectly happy with it’s performance. It’s no slower than my Semperon 3000+ was in my old Acer for my usage.

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