Call it what you will, we’ve got one more ultra-portable, ultra-low-cost, mini-notebook coming out of Computex. Laptop Magazine got their hands on the Elite Group Computers (ECS) G10IL Mini-notebook and posted up some first thoughts. At first glance, I have to agree with the reviewer. While the G10IL comes in both black and white versions, the black version uniquely sets a white keyboard in the middle of it, which to my eye looks a bit disconcerting from the pictures.
The G10IL has a 10.2 inch screen and is powered by Intel’s Atom chipset and comes with 1GB of RAM. The reviewer also says it looks and feels much like the MSI Wind, but as we’ve been seeing the parade of this ultra-mini’s this week, they all have a similar look from afar.
Check out more pictures and the full post at Laptop Magazine as well as a couple of videos.
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