With Less than one inch thick and just 2.2 lbs in weight, this recently unveiled Averatec N1200 Ultra-portable netbook is the thinnest & lightest netbook on the market. Ultra-slim LED LCD, Ultra-slim hard drive and lithium polymer battery made it possible for the Averate N1200 Netbook to be less than one inch thick.
Specs for N1200 includes 10-inch wide LED LCD display @ 1024 x 600, running on Intel’s Atom N450 1.66 GigaHertz processor, GMA 3150 graphics card, Chipset Intel NM10, 1GB of RAM that can be upgraded to 2GB, 160GB Hard drive, built-in 1.3MP Webcam. Connectivity includes an Ethernet port, WLAN 802.11/n, USB 2.0 ports, bluetooth. Comes with a choice of Windows XP Home or Windows 7 Starter Edition.
Although N1200 is the world’s thinnest and lightest, one thing you won’t like it is when it comes to its 3-cell standard battery that is only good for just 3 hours of use per charge. Good thing, there is an optional 6-cell battery that can give you up to 6 hours of usage.
Averatec N1200 Netbook will be available in 3 models. All have the same Atom N450 1.66 GigaHertz processor, 1GB memory, 1.3 webcam and standard connectivity. For the base unit model, you’ll get Windows XP OS and 160GB hard drive price at $330. For the Medium-Grade model, you’ll get Windows 7 OS priced at $350. And the last is the top model which gets Windows 7 OS and 250GB Hard drive priced at $380. This netbook will be made available shortly this month.