OCZ Introduces DIY Netbook

10.1" Neutrino built by you.

Published Tue, Mar 31 2009 2:00 AM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:37 PM CST
OCZ announced they they now have another offering in their Do-It-Yourself lineup. Their latest entry into the DIY category is the Neutrino 10.1" Netbook.

The Neutrino features a 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor paired with the Intel 945GSE core logic. The 10.1" display has a resolution of 1024x600 and will output to an external display up to 1600x1200. Also built into the Neutrino is a 1.3MP webcam with microphone, 802.11 b/g, and a 4 cell 2200 mAh battery.

OCZ Introduces DIY Netbook

Options for doing it yourself include up to 2GB of DDR2-667 memory, support for up to 250GB of storage as either an SSD or HDD, and a 4-in-1 card reader. The netbook, LCD, and batter are all backed by a 1-year warranty.

There was no mention of pricing or availability in the full press release, however more information can be found on OCZ's product page.

2009-03-30-San Jose, Calif.-March 30, 2008-OCZ Technology Group, Inc., a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory, components, and systems, today unveiled the Neutrino netbook, their latest Do-It-Yourself (DIY) solution. Building on OCZ's award-winning DIY line, users ranging from hardware enthusiasts to mainstream professionals can partake in configuring and building their own personalized ultra-mobile solution, complete with everything they need in a portable companion.

"There are many consumers that desire the blend of essential functionalities and an ultra compact form factor, and our new Neutrino Do-It-Yourself netbooks based on Intel Atom technology allows users to design and configure their very own solution tailored to their unique needs," commented Alex Mei, CMO of the OCZ Technology Group. "The Neutrino DIY netbook puts the control back in the hands of consumers by allowing them to configure a feature rich netbook with their own memory, storage, and preferred OS into a reasonably priced go-anywhere computing solution."

Zac provides professional IT support by day, but plays the role of enthusiast by night. He's been building high-end custom computer for the nearly fifteen years and writing PC hardware reviews for the better part of a decade. Aside from computers, he also dabbles in quite a bit of home A/V equipment. Throughout the years, Zac has picked up an extensive knowledge of power circuitry and leverages this to provide the PSU reviews. When not found testing or writing, you can often find him speeding through the winding countryside on his motorcycle.

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