Neo’s entry to the world of netbook is the ViVid V110. I was able to have a look and feel of this netbook during the launch of Intel Atom yesterday at the Manila Ocean Park and I must say that it’s not that bad looking at all. It has something to do with the only photos available around which came from PC Corner. If you look at the photo on their site, they simply didn’t do a good job on taking its picture.
The ViVid V1100 is based on the finish of Neo’s ViVid line of laptops that comes in assorted colors and also features the cheap, glossy, plastic feel. It may not be suited for those wanting the business-look but at just under Php20,000, it’s price is attractive for teenagers and students.
Here are some of the photos taken from the Intel Atom launch:
And its specs:
- Intel Atom 1.6GHz
- 1GB RAM
- 120GB SATA HD
- 8.9″ Display (1024×600)
- WiFi, Webcam
- Windows XP
Nothing flashy but it has all the basic things you need on a netbook. Heck, I’d choose this over the Dell Inspiron Mini 9.
Calvin is a newbie blogger who’s working as an IT consultant and blogs for a hobby. He has his own personal blog, Calvin’s Hub, where he writes about his thoughts on just about everything that interests him.