Oct 15 2009

Haleron’s Dual-Core Atom 330 Swordfish Net20 Netbook

Haleron delivered a new netbook a few weeks ago, electing for the curious combo of a pair of Intel Atom CPUs on their Swordfish Net102 netbook. Note: that’s not a dual-core CPU, it’s two separate CPUs. That sounds like a nightmare for the netbook’s battery life with dubious performance benefits, to say the least.

Despite the strangeness of the Swordfish Net102, the Swordfish Net20 is a slightly more standard configuration, swapping the two CPUs for a dual core Atom 330. It’s available with 2 GB of RAM and a 160 GB hard drive with a 250 GB option.

Other features include a 10.2-inch, 1024 x 600 pixel LCD display, 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Ethernet, 3 USB ports, an integrated webcam, VGA and a card reader. Selling for $499, the Swordfish Net20 packs a 6-cell battery and 3G modem.

You can get the netbook over at Haleron.com.

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