Thursday, March 1, 2012

Novero Solana Netbook with Dual-Core Intel Atom N2600 CPU

A formerly wireless device manufacturer from Germany embraced the power the power of Intel Atom N2600 microprocessor on their very own Solana netbook running an Android operating system. The company showed out the new line of their product at World Mobile Congress (WMC) and they are now ready to join the competition as noted by tech journalists coming from that event in Barcelona, Spain. And this machine is up in Europe as well in Northern America few months from now for about $800.00.

Novero Solana Netbook with Dual-Core Intel Atom N2600 CPU

The following list will show you the inner features and specs of Solana:
  • CPU: 1.GHz Intel Atom N2600 (dual-core)
  • RAM: 2GB
  • GPU: Intel GMA 3600 IGP
  • Storage: Available in 32GB to 128GB SSD
  • Connectivity: Intel Centrino Wireless-N 1000 Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 2.0 with EDR support
Prices will vary base on consumer's chosen configuration and storage sizes. We can compare this model to the newest tablet computers with the Android 4.0 operating system and it has a capability to work as one of their form. Featuring a convertible type of netbook with a dual-core processor along with a much higher RAM compared to other smart devices in the market.

In addition to this report, the one that showed out in our photo is running a Windows 7 OS. And as we try to look around recently for other related issue about the Solana, it is possible to change its software to a Microsoft versions. And its touchscreen support stands out among the other netbook machines with the same specifications.

However, official date of release is not yet available but you can join us as we continue to keep up with other important notices coming from Novero after of this break.

Update: Other specs of Solana netbook includes a two USB 2.0 ports, HDMI socket, 3-megapixels cam, microSD reader, and standard audio input/output sizes.


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