New Raon subnotebook nearly UMPC-small

Raon, maker of the bizarre but stout-looking Everun UMPC, has a more traditional follow-up coming, Spotted by Aving News at Computex, its latest has a 7" touchscreen, 1280x600 display, and AMD Turion CPU with twice the power of Intel's Atom (kiss battery life goodbye, then: they're claiming 2.5 hours) and what appears to be a typable, nearly full-sized keyboard. Hard to see from the photos, but it looks extremely thin and lightweight, about 8 or 9 inches long. There's no indication of price or availability, but Aving says it'll have a 60 or 80GB hard drive and 1GB of RAM. More shots after the jump. AMD, 아톰보다 성능 높은 CPU장착 서브 노트북 공개! [Aving via UMPCPortal]

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One Response to New Raon subnotebook nearly UMPC-small

  1. Tommy says:

    Bah! Still bigger than my Poqet PC.

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