Posts Tagged ‘160 GB Hard Drive’

Bigger Netbooks with Longer-lasting batteries from Acer

Sunday, April 12th, 2009

161-acer-aspire-timeline-1_slideA press event which held at New Jersey’s Liberty Science Center last Tuesday evening has been the place where Acer first announces the collection of their new systems. The CEO of this global PC giant, Gianfranco Lanci revealing the multi brand strategy of the company which also owns the Gateway, eMachines and Packard Bell brands in selling their products not only on the Acer and gateway brands but also across them. The event was interspaced with IMAX videos which contain enigmatic imagery to accentuate the slogans “Light as your time can be”. So what are the products which release for the first time in public by Acer? (more…)

ARCHOS 10 10.2-Inch Netbook with 6 Cell Battery

Sunday, February 15th, 2009

ARCHOS 10 10.2-Inch Netbook with 6 cell battery is small, light and functional, the ARCHOS 10 is a 10-Inch screen mini laptop that offers a full suite of software and direct access to content which makes it ready to go. ARCHOS 10 10.2-Inch with an ultra-thin design, a high resolution 10.2-Inch screen, 1GB memory, 160GB hard drive, Intel Atom 1.6 CPU and 6 cell battery making it the perfect product for on the go computing.

The Archos 10 is apparently powered by a 6 cell rechargeable battery and runs the Windows XP Home Edition operating system. Other features include several connectivity options (also quite common in the case of netbooks) such as RJ-45 LAN (Ethernet) connector, VGA output, three USB ports, memory card reader and a Kensington slot.

ARCHOS 10 10.2-Inch Netbook powered by a 6 cell rechargeable battery include $100 work of apps for this ARCHOS 10 10.2-Inch machine, including Lotus Symphony, Working Suite, XN View photo editor, Vtuner Web Radio & TV Player, BitDefender Antivirus 209 and Parental Filter (with the full version free for the first six months). ARCHOS 10 10.2-Inch is also throwing in $50 of Archos Media Club movies and five free songs (so long as it’s the first time you’re signing up and you give your credit card information). Finally, the company is offering a free music download every day from eMusic—a good start for those who want a netbook for entertainment purposes.