While many companies have been talking about what they are going to show off at Computex this year, OCZ seems to have kept a few secrets for the opening event.
Their Neutrino DIY notebook has received an update which means those looking to build their own notebooks will have another option to choose from. The new Neutrion has grown a little bit, this time bringing a 17" WXGA LCD.
This isnt the only upgrade that they the Neutrino notebook has to offer. Users will also be treated with dual 2.5" hard drive bays, making sure that you have plenty of storage available. It will support Intel's Core 2 Duo and Core 2 Extreme processors as well as NVIDIA's Hybrid GeForce 9600GSM graphics, and an ExpressCard Slot.
The increased size along with the 8-cell battery makes it weigh in at 7.9 pounds. Unfortunately OCZ hasn't said a word concerning price or availability.