Most netbooks are fairly thin and fairly light, but the Averatec N1200 happens to be both the thinnest and the lightest 10-inch netbook on the market.
If Apple released a 13-inch, 3.8lb aluminum laptop for $799, we'd all be going freaking nuts. Just check out the specs:
If you think that aluminum is the new beige, gliding capes are the smartest complement for a cocktail party, and batarangs are the best way to fight crime, then the Averatec 22-inch D1005 all-in-one should probably be your new PC.
Averatec's AIO efforts have always been budget conscious, and the D1200 is no different: Soon to be sold at Best Buy and Tiger Direct for $1000, the D1200 is a 25.5-inch, 1920 x 1200, TV-tuning exercise in value.
Averatec's joining the XPS One and HP Touchsmart IQ506-among others-in the all-in-one PC game. What's notable about Averatec's beside its super generic "All-In-One PC" name? It's cheap. At just $1249, you get a 2.4GHz Intel E4600 Core 2 Duo, 2GB RAM, 320GB hard drive, nVidia GeForce 8400, a 22-inch screen and a copy…
It seems like nary the blink of an eye since dual-core CPUs were the hottest ticket in town with all their fancy cutting-edge newness and yet here they are in budget laptops going for a hefty chunk less than $1,000 already.
Averatec's releasing a small ultra-portable notebook that's not altogether wimpy in terms of power. It has an intel Pentium M 1.1 GHz processor, 1GB RAM, 80GB hard disk, dual layer DVD, USB 2.0, firewire, memory card reader and VGA port. Everything looks as good as a larger sized notebook except for the CPU, which…
Averatec has added a little pizzazz to their 1050 series laptops. When an order is placed for one of these laptops a picture can also be submitted and will be printed on the lid of the laptop. Anything can be printed: you favorite car, family photos, supermodel pictures, sports, goatse; anything goes!. The 10-inch…
Hrm... well this looks promising. Averatec has a UMPC coming out with a fold out keyboard a la the Sidekick and still maintains the bells and whistles stance of so many other UMPC manufacturers. Webcam—check. Thumbstick—check. Touchscreen—check.