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Swordfish Net 102 Dual netbook has two Atom processors

Posted on Wednesday, September 30 2009 @ 18:14:45 CEST by

Wired reports Haleron has introduced the Swordfish Net 102 Dual netbook. Don't ask us why, but what makes this 10.2" system special is that it features two Intel Atom N270 1.6GHz processors, and another odd thing is the Dual Bluetooth 2.0. Full specifications can be found over here, if you're brave enough you can get one for $449.
The machine is the “Swordfish Net 102 Dual Netbook Computer”, and we wonder why on earth anybody would make this thing. Is there any advantage to sinking two Atoms side-by-side into a netbook, other than to quicken the drain on the already weak three-cell battery? It gets odder. The netbook has a decent 2GB RAM, but only a 160GB hard drive. It has “Dual Bluetooth” for tethering to a smartphone, but also has a WCDMA 3G cellular radio built in. It also has (and this is a little unfair to point out, but we can’t help it) the rather wonderful sounding “Keyborad: 83 keyborad”.



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