Yesterday we talked a bit about the new gear and future parts that Intel is talking up at Computex. One of the coolest things that Intel showed off was the new Canoe Lake netbooks with scant 14mm thick profiles.
That makes the machines among the thinnest netbooks in the world. Exactly when the netbooks based on Canoe Trail will hit the retail, market is unknown. What we do know is that they are seriously thin.
Netbooknews went hands on with a couple at the show including one in the first vide below that is packing an Atom N550, 10.1-inch display, 1GB of RAM, and Windows 7. The device apparently lacks a SSD. The machine in the second video is a mockup with no specs offered. Check out the videos below.
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