Category Archives: Onyko Laptops

Onkyo release a Build to Order Laptop

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This is a good chance for the consumer to build their own laptop to their own specifications and demands. It is the Onkyo DR511, it is a 15.6 inch display model so it good for business, students and if the right components are added for gamers too.

Features of the Onkyo built to order DR511 laptop:

A 15.6” Screen with a 1366 × 768 resolution, Core i3-330M CPU (2.13GHz), 2GB of RAM, 250GB of HDD, an Intel HM55 Express Chipset, a DVD Super Multi, Wi-Fi, BGN, HDMI out, Digital TV Tuner (Optional) and a Radio FM/AM Tuner (Optional).

Prices start at $880

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Onkyo DX with two 10.1-inch Dual Screen Laptop!

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The new Onkyo DX laptop from Japan (not available here in the U.S. yet) features TWO, whopping 10.1-inch screen that can be either extended as a huge 20.1″ monitor or even used on either side, all for less than $1,000.  If it’s going to be shown as CES 2010, we will be one of the first to have hands-on review.

The laptop also features fingerprint log-in, multi-touch touchpad.  For now, this laptop concept seems good but we will have to wait and see what the consumers think.

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Onkyo and Sotec add Windows 7

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Already some computer makers are introducing their hardware with the latest software from Microsoft and there are still a couple of days to go before the official launch date! In Japan, the Onkyo/Sotec netbooks come with Windows 7.

Features – C405 Atom N280, 1 GB of RAM, 250 GB of HDD, 10.1” with a 1024 x 600 resolution, Wi-Fi bgn and C205A3 Atom N270, 1 GB of RAM, 32 GB of SSD, 10.1” with a 1024 x 600 resolution, Wi-Fi bgn, both come with Windows 7 Starter.

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Problems for the Olevia

Problems for the Olevia

 

Apparently, there is a clone of the Olevia X10A under the name of Onyko, it works out at about thirty per cent cheaper than the original version and there are some worries over the wireless connectivity the Onyko will reach its limit at 802.11n, while the Olevia X10A has a 3G module.

 

This is serious for buyers who want to get a bargain, but cannot be sure if what they are is the genuine article. It happen

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