Point of View launches ION based netbook

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21 Jul, 2009 12:18 pm

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Point of View Mobii ION 230It’s been over a month since we first heard about the Point of View Mobii netbook, or mini notebook as it seems like Point of View likes to call it and the company is now ready with its first model, the Mobii ION 230.

As the model name suggests, it comes with the desktop Atom 230 processor, rather than an N270 or N280. This means that there won’t be any power saving feaures and considering that Point of View supplies a fairly basic  6-cell battery which is only rated at 4,400mAh. This is pretty poor for such a large battery, but at least the 6-cell battery should come as standard.

The key feature is of course the Nvidia ION chipset and the HDMI port which makes this a portable HD video player, as long as you plug it in to an external display or projector, as the 10.2-inch LCD is limited to the standard netbook resolution of 1,024×600.

The price is said to end up around €349, but the choice of colours have been reduced to black, lime (neon green) and red for the time being.

You can find the product page here

Point of View Mobii ION 230


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