Everex has teamed up with Via and the duo has launched a new series of Laptops the NC1500. The laptop is claimed to be the most energy efficient notebook as it has a 3-cell lithium-ion battery, which gives you an extra 90 minutes of mobile computing, when compared with other notebooks of its class. NC1500 has a 1.5GHz Via C7-M processor, 512MB RAM, 60GB HDD, DVD burner, 1280 x 800 15.4-inch LCD display, 802.11b/g Wi-Fi and includes VIA UniChrome Pro integrated graphics and weighs just 5.3lbs. The Laptop is not whooping fast but its value for money when compared to its price as the NC1500 costs just $498…
Everex Stepnote VA4101M, humbly priced at $498, is the world’s first available sub-$500 notebook with Windows Vista operating system as an add on advantage. The 15.4-inch widescreen Stepnote VA4101M comes with Windows Vista Home Basic Edition which is preinstalled or rather hard wired and it’s powered by an Intel Celeron M Processor at 1.46GHz. It has 512MB of DDR2 533 (Double Data Rate) SDRAM memory, which is upgradeable to up to 2GB. Everex Stepnote VA4101M incorporates VIA Chrome9 HC integrated high resolution graphics which powers the screen with 1280 x 800 maximum resolution and shares up to 128MB of system memory. It ships with 60GB hard drive and a DVD burner, wow. The VA4101M provides 802.11b/g wireless connection, Ethernet LAN and a built-In 56k modem, and features three USB ports and a VGA out. The notebook weights 5.9lbs. There is no info on battery life. The Everex Stepnote VA4101M with Windows Vista Basic is available for purchase at the leading store, Wal-Mart.
Another new ultra-mobile device by Everex called CE260 that will soon hit our market shelves. Now, let’s move forward to catch that what all goodies this new device encompass in it. The clamshell designed CE620 is based on VIA’s NanoBook ultra-mobile device reference design and sports a 7-inch 840-by-480 resolution screen with touch panel. It is powered by VIA C7-M processor and weighs less than 1.87 lbs. Its battery life is up to five hours but no info about price and availability. Via: Slashgear