Well I guess if you can fit an operational Dell 11" notebook capable of gaming in it's casing, then this is not absolutely amazing. To tell you the truth it make the Dell unit that much more incredible, and make you wonder why they did not include the same video capability.
It's not geared towards the gaming segment.
How much does it cost?
Dogs are great judges of character, and if your dog doesn't like somebody being around, you shouldn't trust them.
Oh I know it isn't realneil. I am just saying if Dell can do it in a laptop for less than 1000 why not. It very obviously has more room for cooling than an 11" laptop would.
Dunno realneil, their website is as silent on that matter as is the article. (None of their products lists an MSRP.) I wish that more companies would have the nads to post actual prices.
Of course, this taken to extremes is bad-- think of the CrunchPad debacle-- but if you have a product that's about to hit the shelves, the "second quarter of 2010" being one month away, not posting a price reeks of "let's see what our competitors release and see if we can't undercut that."
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