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Koona t’chuta, Solo? Daewoo LUCOMS Solo Tablet C920-mini

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Sie batha ne beechee?

Sie batha ne beechee?

Continuing the trend of netbooks with touchscreens is this model from Daewoo sporting an Intel Atom N270 CPU, 1GB of memory, Intel 945 Express chipset, 60GB hard drive (1.8″, 4200rpm), 1.3MP webcam, and a 8.9″ touchscreen with 1024×600 resolution. The Solo C920-mini is not quite a Tablet PC though as it’s running the netbook standard XP Home, so no inking and other tablet functionality. Still, it’s a sturdy looking convertible with carrying handle, so it should be a pretty portable and mobile machine.

Via AkihabaraNews

P.S. “Koona t’chuta” or “Daewoo LUCOMS”, it’s all Huttese to me.

Alleged Apple fanboi, accused Android apologist, and confirmed Microsoft MVP for touch and tablet Mark Sumimoto a.k.a. Sumocat dabbles in all areas of mobile computing with a focus on Windows-based Tablet PCs and pen input. A mobile computing enthusiast since 2004, he pioneered the field of ink blogging via his personal blog, Sumocat's Scribbles. His current tools include a Fujitsu Lifebook T900, TEGA v2, and iPhone 4. Email: sumocat [at] notebooks.com

4 Comments

  1. SAM

    06/22/2009 at 11:33 am

    So is this the 2Go pc as in ad pictured underneath the article?

  2. Sumocat

    06/22/2009 at 11:43 am

    @SAM: Different manufacturer, but basically the same since they are both based on Intel’s Convertible Classmate reference design. I should have caught that. Thanks.

  3. Travis

    06/22/2009 at 3:32 pm

    One would hope the Daewoo PC is better than the Daewoo cars.

  4. DrMud

    06/22/2009 at 3:59 pm

    I bought a 2Go for my grandson a few months back. It is actually a very nice unit. The screen on my grandson’s seems a bit rough. I ask the 2Go folks and they said to clean the screen with 50% Windex and 50% distilled water using a soft dampened cloth. That did not remove the seeming imperfections in the screen surface. The mini bumps make drawing and handwriting both difficult. Other than a space bar that requires a heavy hand I really like surfing with the little beast. Fingers work well and graphic speed is good.
    Doc

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