OCZ has made the DIY Neutrino netbook official. This is not just another netbook. OCZ believes that the customer should be allowed to choose the memory, storage and the choice of OS that they want on their netbook. Every DIY netbook comes with:
- 10.1-inch screen
- Intel Atom processor (N270 @ 1.6GHz)
- Intel® 945GSE + ICH7M
- PCI express mini-card
- Multi-card reader
- 4-cell li-ion 2200mAh battery
- 1 year warranty
The user has the choice to configure their DIY netbook with upto 2GB RAM and upto 250GB HDD/SSD. I hope they make the battery also configurable as it is not much when compared to the competitors.
This is a good move by OCZ as this will allow them to get the netbooks according to the configuration they desire. The name is also apt. DIY = DO IT YOURSELF. Should not it be CIY = CONFIGURE IT YOURSELF?
[OCZ DIY Netutrino product page]
April 2, 2009
| General, NetBook