Clevo (It's the Notebook maker): http://www.clevo.com.tw/products/M400A.asp
Yeah, the design could be better.. also check the scrollpad..
Anyone heard ChiliGREEN? Seems like a Clevo reseller..http://www.golem.de/showhigh2.php?fi...5792.html&wort
Check also the press release link from EuroComhttp://www.eurocom.com/newsroom/pres...ess.cfm?id=141
This seems also interesting from TODAYTECH:http://www.todaytech.com.au/newsItemPublic.asp?item=148
And finally, about the DDR2 vs low-speed DDR-333 from Clevo's Release:http://www.computerworld.co.nz/news....256F8E006FAAAC
Note: Auckland-based systems integrator Ultra Computer provided Computerworld with a pre-production Sonoma notebook, sourced from OEM Clevo in Taiwan for a preview of the new technology.
John Gould, managing director of Ultra, says that as the pricing for the chip set and processors hasn't been confirmed, he hasn’t been able to set the price of the new notebook yet. Gould expects to sell Sonoma-based notebooks starting in February, when availability and pricing firms up.
The Clevo M400a that Computerworld looked at came with a 1.73GHz CPU, a 60GB 2.5-inch SATA 5,400rpm hard drive with Native Command Queuing for improved performance and 512MB of comparatively low-speed DDR-333 instead of the expected DDR-2 memory.
The video card was a PCI Express ATI XT600 with 64MB and the notebook also had a combo DVD-ROM/CD-R/RW drive, plus the usual assortment of connection interfaces – Gigabit Ethernet, USB 2.0 and Firewire ports.