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OCZ Technology, a leading supplier of premium memory and flash products as well as other computer gear, on Monday officially launched its Neutrino netbook aimed at “do-it-yourself” users who want maximum customization. While OCZ Neutrino does offer opportunities to tailor a netbook for personal needs, it offers little interest for multimedia and performance enthusiasts since it is based on the year-old first-generation Intel Atom platform.

OCZ Neutrino is powered by Intel Atom N270 (1.60GHz) processor as well as Intel 945 GSE core-logic with integrated DirectX 9-class graphics core and DDR2 memory support. The laptop is equipped with 10.1” display with 1024x600 resolution, 1.3MP webcam with built-in microphone, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g controller and so on. The system comes with 4-cell 2200mAh battery, which should ensure slightly longer battery time compared to typical 3-cell batteries used on other netbooks.

The Neutrino DIY netbook provides opportunity to install up to 2GB of memory, a solid-state drive or a hard drive in 2.5” form-factor, a 4-in-1 card reader and so on. Unfortunately for multimedia enthusiasts, the system is powered by the first-generation Intel Atom platform and does not support DirectX 10-class graphics core. Moreover, some will find 1024x600 resolution insufficient. Still, there are customers who may like an idea of a DIY netbook with options to customize according to the needs.

“There are many consumers that desire the blend of essential functionalities and an ultra compact form factor, and our new Neutrino Do-It-Yourself netbooks based on Intel Atom technology allows users to design and configure their very own solution tailored to their unique needs. The Neutrino DIY netbook puts the control back in the hands of consumers by allowing them to configure a feature rich netbook with their own memory, storage, and preferred OS into a reasonably priced go-anywhere computing solution,” said Alex Mei, chief marketing officer of the OCZ Technology Group.

End-users may either acquire the Neutrino barebone as well as necessary components separately from OCZ or may order factory assembly of the solution.

Tags: OCZ, Neutrino, Intel

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