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Articles tagged with: intel atom

Asus Rolls Out Affordable Eee All-In-One PC

Asus has just rolled out its all new All-In-One (AIO) PCs. Named the Eee Top ET1611PUT, the 15.6″ AIO is based on Intel Atom architecture. Users can also opt for a larger 20″ model, called the Eee Top ET2011AUKB.

Interestingly enough, the computers are available with or without an operating system-making it convenient to load Linux, OS X, or any other operating system of your choice. The 15.6″ model puts out an unimpressive 1366 x 768 pixel resolution on a single-touch anti-glare screen.

Desktop Power In Tablet Form Factor, Meet The S1080

The computer show, Computex, has already demonstrated some awesome new gadgets in the world of tech. Gigabyte is a computer component manufacturer, well known for their motherboards. It looks like the company is taking the tablet road in releasing its new tablet device called the S1080.

The device is powered by Windows 7, runs an Intel Atom N550 1.66GHz dual-core processor and has enough RAM to satisfy your basic computing needs. By ‘enough’, of course we are talking about 2GB of RAM. If you’re one of those types who loves to download, you’ll be happy to know that this baby comes packed with a 320GB hard drive.

Intel Keeley Lake Convertible On Its Way

Rather than waiting for Computex to launch, Intel decided to show off a new concept tablet/netbook hybrid. The concept convertible is called Keeley Lake and has a much thinner frame and shaped t and shape, allowing the fold in the design to not appear while closed.

We don’t have the full scoop on this convertible but we do know that it will use an Oak Trail Atom processor. The Atom Z670 will carry 1.5GHz of computing power and allow viewers to enjoy 1080p video.

Next Generation Atom Netbooks

The Atom N2600 hitting computers nationwide will be clocked at 1.6GHz and use only 3.5 watts of power. The new chip will come with an integrated graphics chipset of GMA 5600 graphics clocked at 400MHz. The RAM will be limited to 2GB of DDR3-800 and support netbook screen sizes between 7-10.2 inches, 4-6 batteries, 32GB SSDs up to 250GB HDDs, and will be priced no more than $329.

Future netbooks with the upgraded Atom N2800 will clock in at 1.86GHz, use 6.5 watts of power, have a GMA 5650 integrated graphics chipset clocked at 640MHz and support up to 4GB of DDR3 RAM, clocked at 1066MHz. The latter cpu will support netbook and laptop screens as large as 12.1-inches with prices greater than $329.