All of the characteristics netbuka Gigabyte Thin Note S1024

 
March 31, 2009, 4:29 pm

 
all of the characteristics netbuka gigabyte thin note s1024   Thanks to the information that appeared on the official site of Gigabyte Technology, now known to the full specifications of modern netbuka Thin Note S1024, the first public demonstration which took place in the international exhibition CeBIT 2009 in Hanover.
This is a laptop computer to work effectively in web applications is made in a thin, elegant building with dimensions 250 x 170 x 20, 8 mm and weighs only 890 g. At the same time its equipment includes:
  • 10, 1-inch LCD screen with WSVGA-resolution 1024 x 600 pixels and LED backlight screen;
  • Processor Intel Atom N270 with a clock speed of 1, 6 GHz;
  • chipset Intel 945GSE Express south bridge with ICH7M;
  • 1 GB RAM DDR2;
  • Integrated graphics chipset in the Intel GMA 950;
  • 1, 8-inch PATA-HDD with a capacity of 60 or 80 GB, spindle which rotates at a speed of 4200 revolutions per minute;
  • Wireless networks Wi-Fi 802. 11b/g;
  • Module Bluetooth v2. 1;
  • Module HSDPA (optional);
  • The two stereo speakers mounted power of 1 W each;
  • 3 card reader built-in-1;
  • Integrated 1, 3-megapixel webcam;
  • The two ports USB 2. 0, DC-input, SIM-slot (optional), a jack for headphones and external microphone, and a special 26-pin connector, Expansion Port with support for USB 2. 0, RJ-45 and D-Sub;
  • 6-element lithium-ion rechargeable battery with capacity 3400 mAh.
It was expected that this model, functioning under the operating system Microsoft Windows XP Home, will go on sale in late April this year at a cost of about $ 485.

 

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