If you accidentally mistook the Wanxin H1 netbook for an Acer Aspire One, I wouldn’t blame you. The Wanxin mini-laptop is clearly designed to look like an Aspire One. But it’s not. At all.

While the Aspire One has an 8.9 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel display and runs Windows XP or Linux, the Wanxin H1 has a 9 inch 800 x 480 pixel screen and runs Windows CE, an operating system designed for mobile phones and PDAs. It also ships with 256MB of RAM, 4 to 8GB of flash storage, and an undefined Samsung CPU.

On the bright side, the netbook weighs less than 2.1 pounds, has 3 USB ports, 802.11b/g WiFi, VGA output, and an Ethernet port. It also supports GPRS and GSM wireless data connections and comes with either a 2 hours, 2100mAh battery or a 4 hour, 4200mAh battery.

The H1 is just one of Wanxin’s oddball netbooks. The company also has a T1 netbook with a 10.2 inch display and an Intel Atom CPU, and U1 model that looks like it has a 7 inch display.

No word on pricing or availability for these Taiwanese netbooks.

via Netbook News.de

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8 replies on “Wanxin H1 netbook looks familiar, underwhelming”

  1. The lid image is the same one they are using for the T1 – –
    I reduce my grade from C- to a D+ (how hard is it to find a different lid image?)

  2. I would give that photoshop’d image about a C- grade – –
    Wrong keyboard, lid, port layout, indicator layout to have started as an Aspire One image.

    1. I’m worried about what the full name of the “off” function might be.

      So, another 9″ 800×480 device? Probably a fake like the Jisus proved to be.

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