Haleron announced dual-Atom-powered netbook

Swordfish-Net-102-Dual-NetbookHere is something interesting, Haleron offers Swordfish Net 102 Dual Netbook with Dual Intel Atom N2701.6G Processors.

The Swordfish Net 102 Dual comes with Windows XP Home and MS Office for the price of $450. It’s  10.2-inch notebook and weights 1.35kg. The less specs are not so spectacular, you could see them below, bu I’m wondering how long will it sustain with standart 3-cell battery…2 CPUs will drain faster. And hell yeahh NETBOOK with twin processors  WTF… facebook and inet browsing will fly 🙂

Swordfish Net 102 Dual Netbook

Features:

  • Dual Intel Atom N2701.6G Processors
  • RAM :2GB DDRII
  • HDD: 160GB
  • Camera: 1.3MP 1024*768 pixels
  • Display: 10.2inch 1024*600 pixels
  • Motherboard: Intel M945
  • Dual Bluetooth 2.0 ,100 meters
  • WIFI: Frequency 54M ,802.11b/g
  • Built-in 3G WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100 Module
  • USB Port :3*USB2.0
  • LAN :10/100M
  • 4 in 1 Card Reader: SD/MMC/MS/DVRMMC
  • Sound Effect: bulit-in stero speaker,bulit-in microphone
  • Mouse&touch PAD: bulit-in touch panel,set two shortcut key,support usb port mouse
  • Power: input 100~240V ,50~60Hz, output 19V ,3.5A
  • Keyboard: 83 keyboard
  • Battery: 3 cell,2450mAh
  • One Year Guarantee

Specifications:

Screen Size
10.2 Inch
SIZE ( L × W × H )
252*182*30mm
BATTERY
3 cell Lithium Battery (2450mAh)
Optional 6-cell 5300mAh Lithium Ion Battery
COLOR
black,gray,blue
STANDBY TIME 3 cell
6 cell option
About 2.5 Hours
About 5 Hours
Net Weight
1.35Kg

Source: Haleron

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