Averatec has unveiled what it claims to be the world's thinnest and lightest 10-inch netbook. The N1200 will come in a few different models with prices of $329 to $379. Some version will have Windows 7 and others will use XP.
The line is under an inch thick and uses a magnesium alloy case to cut weight to 2.2 pounds. The line uses the Intel Atom N450 CPU and has a 1.3MP webcam. Storage options are 160GB or 250GB HDDs and 1GB of RAM is standard.
Up to 2GB of RAM is supported. The difference in the machine is the amount of storage space, OS, and if Bluetooth is featured. Battery life on the high-end version is promised to be up to six hours with other versions lasting up to three hours.
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