Posts Tagged ‘Dual Screen Windows 7 Netbook PC’

Netbooks since the year 2009 have stormed the world of PC market. PC hardware manufacturers are working on bringing new and improved models of this tiny form factor every other day. To help you choose which one is right for you, we have formulated a quick specs-wise comparison between the HP and Dell netbooks – HP Mini 210-1080NR vs Dell Mini 10v.

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Panasonic has announced a new line-up of “Let’s Go” notebooks and amongst them is a netbook “Let’s Note”, sporting the new Intel Core i7 processor. The netbook in question boasts of a 1.20GHz Intel Core i7-650UM vPro processor with a 10.4-inch (1024 x 768) display. Intel’s Atom chip is the standard stuff that is showing around all over as the driving CPU of the 10.1 inches netbooks these days like the Dell Mini and HP Mini, so to have a netbook with Core i7 is surely an amazing thing for this form factor.

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Windows 7 Netbook with Dual Screen

By | December 11th, 2009

Last month we informed you about Kohjinsha’s new dual screen DZ series netbook PC that ran Windows 7. This DZ series netbook featured dual 10.1 inches widescreen displays with each having 1024×600 resolution. It was powered by 1.6 Ghz AMD Athlon Neo MV-40 processor with 5780MN chipset and ATI Radeon HD Integrated graphics card.

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Dual Screen Netbook PC with Windows 7

By | November 28th, 2009

The technology world is full of surprises and always has something new to amaze us all. Don’t believe me? check this netbook out. A dual screen netbook has emerged onto the scene from a Japanese manufacturer company called Kohjinsha, and it has been named as Kohjinsha DZ series. This netbook features dual 10.1 inches widescreen displays with each having 1024×600 resolution, and 2048×600 resolution when combined. These two screens slide out left and right, resulting in an extra long centered display.

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