Pegatron Neo smartbook with Tegra 2 shows up at CES

Posted on Saturday, January 09 2010 @ 16:24 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Another new Tegra 2 based device that can be seen at CES is the Pegatron Neo, this smartbook prototype has a 10" display and runs the Google Android operating system. It can play back 1080p HD video and promises a full day of battery life when surfing the web via WiFi.
We're told the Neo is definitely coming later in the year, though the particulars of the price tag and distributor badge are not yet revealed. For our money, this was a spectacularly thin and light pseudo-laptop -- it's hard to overstate just how deprived of weight this thing is. Opening it up shows an appealing layout and keyboard, which were rather spoiled by a number of creaky and unstable parts.

Source: Engadget

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