Thursday, April 2, 2009

Two different netbooks have recently been launched in Japan. According to Akihabara News these are the Kohjinsha ML6 netbook and Averatec AVN0270NB from Trigem. Though neither of the products belongs to any leading laptop or computer manufacturing brands, but still they are considered to be of standard quality in their respective grade. Such models are found in U.S.

The Trigem AVN0270NB netbook has a bigger screen size of 10-inches while the Kohjinsha ML6L16A netbook possess a screen size of 8.9-inches. The Trigem model has an Intel Atom N270 processor, 1 GB RAM, 160 GB HDD and an Intel 945 GMS chipset. Also it has WiFi and a battery life of 5 hours. You will get it in the Japanese market worth 340 Euro.

Coming to another one that is the Kohjinsha ML6L16A, an upgrade version of the earlier ML6 netbook, will come in black, white, Bordeaux, blue, pink and champagne colors. The screen size has already been mentioned. And besides that it consists of an Intel Atom N270 (1.6 GHz) CPU, 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD, WiFi. The price tag is not yet fixed.

The availability of these models is within Japan only and not internationally.



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