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Elonex launch budget tablets


The UK based electronics firm Elonex have launched a range of low priced tablets at the IFA technology exhibition in Berlin, Germany. These devices offer a range of displays from five inches to ten inches, as well as whole range of specs and features.

Each model will run an Android OS ranging from 1.6 to 2.1, but there is a keyboard attachment that connects to the device via the USB port to offer

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UK retail chain to sell Elonex netbook


The middle market retail chain Marks and Spencer are to begin selling Elonex MSNB 2009 netbook, from the image you can see that this is a fun sort of machine and would probably be suitable for people that only do a bit of surfing and for checking emails etc. It is available in Black, Blue and Pink.


Weight  Intel Atom™ Processor (Diamondville)

1.6GHz   (512 Mb L2 – 533MHz FSB)

Genuine Microsoft® Windows XP™

10.2”  TFT LCD

1024 x 600  WSVGA 16 : 9 Widescreen

160Gb HDD 2.5” 9mm SATA 


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Windows CE for the Elonex Smartbook


Low cost netbooks are on their way, we have already seen a couple in pipeline this week and here is another. It is the Elonex Smartbook and it looks as if this machine is going to fall right into the small and low cost netbook market that are using the ARM based technology and Windows CE.



7 inch screen

Two USB ports

A flash card reader

Audio jacks

USB to Ethernet adapter, so no full sized Ethernet port

Priced at around $200

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