The latest tech firm to introduce a netbook is OCZ, they're presenting their Neutrino netbook over at CeBIT in Germany. OCZ says the Neutrino is part of their DIY program, making it easier for users to create their ideal netbook solution, although this seems limited to the memory and the hard drive.
Engadget took some pictures and published specifications of the Neutrino, which features Intel's Atom N270 1.6GHz processor. It has a 10.1" LED-backlit LCD display with 1024 x 600 pixel resolution, up to 2GB OCZ DDR2 memory, OCZ 250GB SSD or support for up to two 2.5" 250GB HDDs, 4-in-1 memory card reader, integrated Intel 945GSE graphics, two 1.5W speakers, one PCI Express 34mm Mini Card slot, 802.11b/g/ WiFi, 4-cell 2200mAh battery and 1.3MP webcam with microphone.
The OCZ Neutrino has a VGA-output, Ethernet, two USB 2.0 ports and a headphone jack, it measures 263mm x 185mm x 19.6-27mm (W x D x H) and weighs 2.86lbs. The operating system is either Windows XP or gOS/Ubuntu Linux.