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ECS i-Buddie A907

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      22.05.2004 15:27



      • "External Battery"

      Mmmmm Not Bad - Advantages: Cheap, Robust, Semi-portable - Disadvantages: DVD Rom, Not 1Ghz, External Battery


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  • Product Details

    ECS has designed i-Buddie A907 especially to meet the needs of students and others requiring a compact computer for simple office applications and for surfing the Internet. It is like other DeskNote models in appearance and size, being compact and lightweight, making them easy to carry around and set up. An ALi M1535+ chipset is installed in the A907 DeskNote. (This chipset has a 3D graphics engine and AC97 controller built-in. It also supports 3D glasses for gaming, with on board graphic memory 16MB. The A907 comes with 128MB of SDRAM, which is upgradeable to a maximum of 256MB (either PC100 or PC133). The A907 can take hard drives anywhere between 10GB and 40GB in size, and supports ATA specifications right up to ATA100. The A907 sports four USB 1.1 ports to connect external devices such as card readers, PDAs, mobile phones and digital cameras. There is also a built-in 56K modem and LAN adapter for web surfing and accessing e-mail.

    Can't concentrate on job due to fan noise: A907 has Low- Power Consumption but Powerful Transmeta 1 GigaPro CPU. It's the first PC with suitable performance but without any cooling fan.

    Looking to dip your toe into the Internet and wade into the wide world of home computing without paying an arm and a leg for high priced PC? Perhaps you're tired of competing with the kids to check e-mail on your home PC or vying with colleagues for quality time on an over worked small office computer. Meet DeskNote A907, the PC that looks like a laptop and performs likes a desktop. At home, DeskNote A907 is ready for surfing the Internet, getting into e-mail, checking out chat rooms, writing letters, doing homework - even sending and receiving faxes. At the office, it's great as a guest or conference room computer for dashing off e-mail, writing a quick note to a customer or plugging into your company network.

    With the DeskNote A907, affordable doesn't mean stripped down. It comes with a cool-running, energy-efficient Transmeta CPU, a big, clear LCD screen, plenty of memory, four USB ports, a built in modem, LAN card, cool audio system, on board speakers and a hard drive tailor-made to meet your needs - just the ticket for first time PC buyers. With these great specifications and outstanding features, DeskNote A907 is ready to get the job done with grace and power. Sure, it's very affordable, too. But no one will know unless you tell them!