Mobilx have just sent over live pics from their first batch of Clevo TN70M’s so if you’ve ordered already, it will be on its way. (Let us know what you think when you get it!) If you haven’t ordered, there’s stock available now.
After analysing the Lazion review the other day I’m a bit more positive about it. I had thought that it had lost a bit of its lustre since we saw it in 2008 but having seen the upgrade possibilities (2GB, 1.8” HDD, PCI-Express Mini all accessible) I now see that this could make a really good value Windows 7-based UMPC with much better battery life than the SC3, a fingerprint reader, auto-rotation and what appears to be a bigger keyboard than the SC3 too. The 800×480 screen is a worry but for today’s advertised 382 Euro export price (pre-tax) it’s quite the bargain. Viliv will certainly be looking at this as they consider priding for their S7. The TN70M comes without OS but Mobilx have XP and Vista options available.
Here’s a list of the Clevo TN70M and TN71M (1024×600 version) information we’ve seen so far.
- Lazion tests a version of the Clevo TN70M – 25/05/09
- Clevo convertible touchscreen netbook available for 472 Euros. – 25/05/09
- Aving – Details of TN71M – 27/08/08
- Clevo convertible hands-on and video- 08/03/08
- Full Specifications.
Thanks to Mobilx for sending the pics over. Their Clevo TN70M ordering page is available here.