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Claiming to be the thinnest, lightest 10.1-inch netbook on the market today, the new Averatec N1200 weighs 2.2 pounds and measures less than an inch thick. In order to make this design possible, the N1200 incorporates a slim LED LCD as well as a 7mm hard drive and a magnesium-alloy casing. The N1200 features a 1.66GHz Intel Atom N450 processor, 160GB or 250GB hard drive, 1GB DDR2 memory, and a 1.3-megapixel webcam. This new netbook offers up to six hours of battery life with the extended battery model. The N1200 will come in three configuration options ranging in price from $329 to $379.Averatec... Read more...
TriGem USA, the parent company responsible for the Averatec notebook line, has really been on a hot streak of late. After announcing two new all-in-one PCs over the past two months, the outfit is now setting its sights on MSI's X-Slim, Apple's MacBook Air and Asus' Seashell families. The sleek, all-aluminum 13" N3400 was introduced today, and while Averatec isn't nearly as big in the US as HP, Dell or Gateway, we can still see quite a few notebook shoppers giving this one some consideration. The ultra-slim laptop was designed to fit the needs of business travelers and students alike, and being... Read more...
If you're a PC maker, and you're not making any all-in-one PCs, you're clearly behind the times. Here lately, we've seen one after the other roll out from the likes of Dell, Asus and eMachines, and so it makes total sense to see yet another enter the ring courtesy of Averatec.The company's latest machine, which goes by D1005, is a 22" AIO computer designed by business or home users and college-bound students "who need a PC with full functionality while enjoying the benefits of a space-saving design." Unlike many AIOs that are largely underpowered Web surfing terminals, this rig is actually equipped... Read more...
Averatec just got done introducing an all-in-one PC back in March, but just in case that alien-inspired machine doesn't float your boat, the company is debuting a slightly more mainstream unit in the D1200. Described as a PC / TV combo, this rig is ready to play back 1080p material while tuning OTA TV signals (analog and digital) and checking your email.The machine looks more like an iMac than anything else, though the 25.5-inch LCD makes it suitable for use as a bedroom television. Inside, you'll find a respectable 2.5GHz Intel dual-core E5200 processor, a 320GB hard drive, 4GB of RAM, Microsoft's... Read more...
If you’re looking for a relatively low price ultraportable with a classic design and plenty of power to handle everyday tasks, then the Averatec N2700 might suit your needs. The N2700 is powered by a 2GHz Intel Core 2 Duo T6400 dual-core processor and comes with 4GB of DDR2-800 RAM, a 250GB SATA hard drive, 8x SuperMulti dual-layer DVD writer, and more. The Averatec N2700 has a slim design and comes with minimal bloatware. For connectivity, the N2700 features built-in 802.11b/g wireless connectivity along with 10/100/1000 Mb/s wired networking. There are also three high-speed USB 2.0 ports and... Read more...
Averatec Announces 10.2 Inch Netbook PC to US MarketAveratec's Buddy adds a new dimension to the companion PC Market SANTA ANA, Calif., Sept. 19 -- Announced today, Trigem USA and its Averatec brand has formally entered the netbook personal computer market. Aptly named the Averatec Buddy, this new companion notebook is the best solution to fulfill the growing need for an ultra portable, daily use computer. The Averatec Buddy is the second offering based on the Intel Atom processor family. Featuring a generous keyboard for its diminutive size, the Buddy boasts 10.2" LCD screen and 160GB of storage... Read more...
One of the great appeals of Apple products is their elegant design. (Elegant enough to entice long-time Segway CTO Doug Field to leave Dean Kamen's brain trust at Segway and move over to Steve Jobs lair as VP for product design at Apple.) Apple's designs have such a unique appeal to them that they frequently invite competing manufacturers to imitate Apple's designs. By now, we've lost count how many iPhone knockoffs are on the market already. But if imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then Apple should be blushing proud at Averatec's just-announced All-In-One PC. (Although we doubt it... Read more...