Our friends over a Netbooknews.com got their hands on the BenQ Joybook Lite 121 Eco. The ‘Eco’ part of the name refers to the fact that it’s partially built of recycled materials and sips electricity.
It can run for up to 9.5 hours on its six-cell battery. One thing that really jumps out at me about the Joybook Lite 121 is its Quick Charge feature. BenQ claims a depleted battery can be charged with enough juice to run for seven hours within 60 minutes of plugging it in.
It’s available in Thaniland and China for about $525.
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