Netbook of the Day: Epson Endeavor Na01 mini

epson-endeavor-1.jpg

With Epson’s me-too generic netbook – yep, 1.6GHz Atom CPU, 1GB of RAM, 1024×600 display, etc. – it is time someone simply made a Netbooks On Demand service. Cafepress Netbook! Lulu Netbook! Your own logo on a netbook!

Here’s the machine-translated blurb:

1024 × 600 dot liquid crystal display (WSVGA) for 10.2-widescreen display, nonglare panel. 10.2-inch LCD adoption of the keyboard has a 17mm pitch. Keystrokes 2mm. … The main specifications, Atom N270 (1.60GHz), memory 1GB, HDD 160GB (5400rpm), chipset Intel 945GSE Express (built-in video capability), WSVGA 10.2-widescreen LCD display support, OS with the Windows XP Home Edition . Interface USB 2.0 × 3, IEEE 802.11b / g wireless LAN, Ethernet, mini D-Sub15 pin, SD Card (SDHC) / MMC / Memory Stick (PRO) support slot, and audio input and output capability.

The body size is 266 × 184.7 × 39mm (width × height × depth) and weighs 1.28kg.

7.4V/4400mAh batteries, approximately 3.2 hours drive time.

Source, machtrans [PC Watch via Engadget]

About Rob Beschizza

Rob Beschizza is the Managing Editor of Boing Boing. He's @beschizza on Twitter and can be found on Facebook too. Try your luck at besc...@gmail.com

 

This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

3 Responses to Netbook of the Day: Epson Endeavor Na01 mini

  1. knifie_sp00nie says:

    Is anybody actually buying these things? Maybe I don’t get out enough, but I’ve yet to see any model of netbook in the wild.

  2. Simon Greenwood says:

    The Acer Aspire One is selling well in the UK with the Asus EEE not far behind as they’re being stocked by the big electrical and computer chains, with the basic 8Gb flash Aspire One being sold at £179. They’re nice machines for portable surfing. My sister has taken hers on holiday to the US today so it hopefully won’t confuse the TSA gibbons too much.

  3. Tubman says:

    @#1, Knifie Sp00nie: I’ve picked up 3 in the past 3 months, and I hadn’t bought a whole new computer for close to 3 years. The keyboard’s slightly cramped, and the screen resolution is a bit lower than I’d like, but apart from that, it’s up-side all the way:
    i)XP, not Vista
    ii)much, much lighter than a regular laptop
    iii)they’re cheap enough that I’m not constantly worrying about whether I’ve left them within reach of toddlers, thieves or sharp objects lurking in the bottom of my backpack.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

 

More BB

Boing Boing Video

Flickr Pool

Digg

Wikipedia

Advertise

Displays ads via FM Tech

RSS and Email

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License permitting non-commercial sharing with attribution. Boing Boing is a trademark of Happy Mutants LLC in the United States and other countries.

FM Tech