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Netvertible: The Next Generation of Netbooks

By Chuong Nguyen November 6, 2008, 1:28 pm

Intel will be releasing a new netbook with a rotating touchscreen, similar to a miniature version of a tablet PC. The new netbook will be released under the CTL 2go PC brand. The netvertible doesn't come with XP Tablet PC edition so there isn't a virtual keyboard or handwriting recognition software built in, but you may be able to load it after. Priced at $499, it has a gig of RAM, 1.6 GHz Atom processor, and WiFi. There is a quick launcher overlay so you can access a lot of the controls via touch. Laptop Mag has a video demonstration for those interested.


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