Sep 23 2009

Viliv Announces S10 Blade Netbook At IDF 2009

Viliv is the maker of a number of ultramobile PCs such as the Viliv S5 and S7. At IDF2009, the Korean company recently announced the upcoming S10 Blade tablet netbook.

The device has admirable specs, such as a 1366 x 768 resolution on the 10-inch screen. It will run Windows 7 and stay alive for an amazing 10 hours, despite its relative slimness.

The Viliv S10 is due late Q4 with  32 GB/64 GB SanDisk SSDs, optional 3G, Intel Atom 1.33 GHz/2.0 GHz processors (a rumored upcoming chip) and 1 GB of RAM. We’re expecting the Viliv S10 to start at around $500, to be boosted with additional features

Take a look at  LaptopMag’s hands-on demo of the netbook over at their site.

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