YAEC = Yet another EeePC clone…… but for once the company has put a bit of thought into it’s design. We’re impressed with the non-EeePC look!
Their website tells us it will be on sale in July for A$449 (US $420), that it has an 8.9″ 1024×600 pixel screen, and that it doesn’t have an internal hard drive – instead it uses a USB flash drive to load a linux operating system.
What they forget to tell us is what processor it has and how much memory, but why worry about the little details, right?
Back to the (probably very slow) USB drive: They call it a GKey and the idea is that the OS is on there along with all your files and some security software so you can keep it with you and plug it in anywhere to access your files.
They suggest using it in internet cafes, in school labs, at friends’ houses….. I foresee a lot of customer support calls from people who don’t realize many of those places restrict access to USB ports.
Emtec via engadget
Yet another Eeepc clone: this one is the KL-PC701.
Nothing really exciting in the spaces department: 7″ LCD at 800 x 480 pixel resolution, XBurst 400 Mhz 32-bit processor, Linux 2.4 operating system, 10M/100M Ethernet connectivity, Wi-Fi connectivity, 128MB RAM, 512MB NAND flash memory, SD memory card slot, USB 2.0.
Wholesale price (for 100+ unit order) is $195. Why is it so cheap? because they forgot to include a hard drive or decent sized SSD.
KL-PC701 via ubergizmo
Yet Another Eeepc Clone: The Longitude Mini the 3K computers announced last month is now available to buy, and they have renamed it the RazorBook 400 (which sounds like a Nascar race to us).
The specs are as expected:
- 7â€³ WVGA LCD Display (800Ã—400)
- 400 MHz 32-Bit Single Core Mobile Processor
- 512 DDR2 Memory
- 4GB Flash Drive
- Full Flash Menu
- Linux OS
- 802.11 wireless and ethernet
- 3 USB ports
- Internal Full-Size Notebook Keyboard
You can buy it now at 3K Computers for $399.
Yet Another Eeepc Clone: This time it’s the Positive Mobo that is now available in Brazil.
Here are it’s specs:
- 1 GHz Via C7-M processor
- 512 MB RAM
- 2 GB Flash
- 7â€³ LCD
- Windows XP
- 2 USB ports
- card reader
- 1.3 megapixel camera
- li-ion battery that could last up to 4 hours
The Positive Mobo will be available in Brazil on May 23rd and will cost 999 Reals (about $680).