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New LaVie Light LUI netbook from NEC

Written by IT News on 8:29 AM

NEC looks to further expand its range of ultra portable netbooks Lavia Light with the introduction of an Intel Atom-based model with a 10-inch display. The new system, called Lavia Light Lui recently tipped by the Tokyo company and is another netbook with a standard list of technical specifications similar to most competing systems currently on the market. The expected sales in Japan, the new netbook look at a number of benefits touted by an 8.5 hour battery life.

Even if it comes at a time when the netbook market is already overcrowded, the Lavia Light Lui looks to compete with all the Atom-based systems in the present situation. Packing group an Intel Atom N280 processor clock at 1.66GHz with 1GB of RAM, the 10.1-inch solution has the same technical specifications as the newest netbooks on Intel Atom platform. Moreover, the system is shown with 1 GB of RAM, a 160GB hard drive and less estimated integrated Intel GMA 950 graphics chip.

For connectivity, the netbook offers pretty much what to expect from a computer in its category, a 10/100 Ethernet LAN port, WiFi and Bluetooth 2.1, an SD memory card reader and a 1.3MP webcam. Boasting Microsoft's successful and well-known Windows XP SP3, the new model is said to provide users with a battery life of 8.5 hours, which is quite impressive, even for a netbook.

A weight of only 1.32kg, the new NEC solution is expected to be available in Japan next week, July 9. Unfortunately we have no information on netbook pricing and this will be made available in some other parts of the world.

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