GeCube debuts their own 10" portable at Computex:
Source: TechConnect, TweakTown
|Although its Genie PC seems to have vanished GeCube still seems willing to make low-cost PCs and the 10-inch model presented at Computex comes to confirm this. The unnamed notebook is pictured below is and at first glance it certainly looks good enough to catch the eye of people looking for a low-cost notebook. Unfortunately, hardware wise, the 1.5 kg machine isn't as appealing as it is based on a VIA platform and uses a 1.6 GHz C7-D CPU.
While not in line with the current Atom trend, GeCube's portable PC also features 512MB of DDR2 memory, an 80 GB hard drive, WiFi and 10/100 LAN. For the installed operating system GeCube opted for gOS, the same OS used by the Everex CloudBook. No word on pricing or retail availability unfortunately.