IRU Intro 102 launches World’s second MeeGo netbook

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15 Feb, 2011 2:22 pm


Following on Fujitsu’s trail with the world’s first MeeGo netbook is Russian OEM IRU’s Intro 102 – the world’s second MeeGo netbook! Not a particularly attractive looking netbook, if anything it reminds us of the original MSI Wind U100 that hit the scene years ago. Specs are nothing to shout about – a 10.1″ 1024 x 600 display, Intel Atom N450 processor, GMA 3150 graphics, 1GB of RAM and 160 or 320GB HDD, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth, webcam and the typical netbook ports. 3-cell battery and a weight of 1.1 kg. This particular netbook has been available since the start of this month over in Russia. Pricing for the Windows version is at about 245 euros. Hmm.. pass, next please.

via: Netbooknews Germany

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  • PacoBell

    Meego? LOL! Didn’t Nokia basically EOL that project?

  • Anonymous

    Intel’s still pushing forward with it.

  • Anonymous

    Yep, with Nokia putting Meego on the back burner (they still claim there will be a product out based on it) it is the ARM related development that has slowed down. The X86 stuff is still going ahead (at least until Microsoft comes up with a Windows for Atom that Intel finds acceptable).

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  • Ricardo

    This looks absolutely like a samsung netbook. The whole case is copied. But it looks quite good. Nice design on the top and hey it runs MeeGo! :)