Category Archives: Onkyo/Sotec Netbooks

Onkyo launch the C413 netbook


This is a slightly different version of the Onkyo netbook it has nothing to shout about really, just the normal features that you may have expected to find on a standard machine from this maker. It does use Pinetrail technology but even that is nothing to get excited about these days.

Here are the basic features for the newly launched Onkyo C413 netbook:

Atom N450 processor, 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD, 10.1″ 1024 x 600 glossy display, 0.3M webcam, 3-cell battery (2.5 hours), 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi and Windows 7 Starter. Standard ports including VGA out. Weighs 1.1kg / 2.4 lbs and is

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Onkyo Netbook With 14 Hour Battery


The battle of the netbooks and laptops to a certain extent is being thought not in the specs sector, but rather on how long the battery will last.

The Japanese computer maker Onkyo is launching a new netbook that is promising a massive 14.4 hours worth of battery power, now that is something worth thinking about!

The netbook will be launched this weekend on the 10th April, so we will be getting more details then including how much this is going to cost.

Features of the neat little Onkyo MX1007A4 netbook:

10.1 inch MX1007A4, battery offers 14.4 hours of power, it

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Onkyo C411 Pine Trail


One of the latest computer makers to enter the Pine Trail market is Onkyo, yes they are firm that sort of semi makes computers as they are renown for rebranding other makes as their own.

This particular model is based on the Acer Aspire 532H but with a few extras such as the addition of a digital TV tuner, FM radio and of course not forgetting Pine Trail.


10.1” 1024 x 600 display,

Atom N450 (1.66GHz) processor,

Pine Trail,

Digital TV tuner

FM/AM radio.

GMA 3150 graphics,


250GB HDD,


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Onkyo launch dual screen


There seems to be a rush of dual screen netbooks around these days, earlier on in the year when the first one came out it was revolutionary and now it seems that most computer makers are planning a dual screen machine.

The Onkyo version offers two 10.1 inch displays that slid over each over to reduce the size back to normal. This version is slightly more expensive than the Kohjinsha offering, but the specs are slightly better.

Specs – Athlon Neo MV-40 (1.6GHz) with a RS780MN chipset, an ATI Radeon HD 3200 graphics card, Wi-Fi, three USB ports, a 1.3MP web camera, IEEE 80

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Seven inch tablet from Onkyo


A seven inch tablet from Onkyo tablet has been released; it comes complete with a GPS module and uses Windows 7 OS.

It’s a nice neat design that is bound to be hit with some people, although it does look to be a bit on the think side.

Specs – GPS module, a 1,024 × 600 resolution touch screen display, a 1.33GHz Intel Atom Z520 processor, an 80GB HDD, a 1GB RAM, an Intel US15W chipset, two USB ports, an Express Card/34 slot, SD/SDHC/MMC/Memory Stick Pro slots, Bluetooth 2.0+EDR, 802.11n Wi-Fi and two webcams (3MP and 0.3MP), Microsoft Windows 7 starter OS, Weighing 720g

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