OCZ used to specialize in memory, but you might not know it by looking at the company's latest products—barebone notebooks, funky game controllers, power supplies... and now, netbooks. Indeed, Expreview brings word (and photo evidence) that OCZ is about to hop right onto the netbook bandwagon.
OCZ apparently displayed the Neutrino netbook at CeBit last week. The 2.9-pound laptop has a 10" 1024x600 display, a 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor, Intel integrated graphics, and a four-cell battery. The CeBit display card also mentions support for up to 2GB of RAM, 2.5" storage devices (including one of OCZ's own 250GB solid-state drives), and both Windows XP and Linux.
Expreview says the Neutrino "is expected to be available in two months." Judging by the way the display card is laid out, this sounds like it might be another barebone machine. Of course, OCZ could just as well offer the Neutrino through system integrators. That's what the firm did with its 17" whitebook.
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