Elonex has OneTwo3 four new netbooks.

Updated on 02 June 2008 by

It looks like Elonex are just about to launch some additions to their notebook range. They currently sell the Elonex One in the UK which is a 99 pound ($200) netbook with a detachable keyboard but if you take a look at the new products section on the Computex website you’ll find images of 4 new products. There’s the OneTwo3g which sports a voip phone, the OneTwo3 8 (top right in the picture) which is presumably an 8.9" device that I swear I’ve seen before somewhere, and then there’s a 10.2" device called the…you guessed it, OneTwo3 10.2. Apparently its the ‘Worlds first 10.2" UMPC.’ They obviously didn’t check my diagram!

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Oh, One more thing. There’s also a OneTwoLite which is supposed to be a sub $200 device.

onetwolite

Unfortunately, no specifications are given on the devices but based on the fact that it’s netbook week, I guess we’re looking at at least two Intel Atom-based devices in the 8 and 10.2" models.

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5 Comments For This Post

  1. fred says:

    Great , look good.

  2. Vakeros says:

    OneTwo3g looks like a Nanobook, just with the module on the opposite side.

  3. turn.self.off says:

    after checking the elonex one page, it seems that elonex will only sell to customers inside UK. thats a bit sad as i would love to get hold of a one+.

    still, if the onetwolite has about the same feature set as the one+, and can be shipped to customers outside of UK, im happy :)

  4. netbsd says:

    My guess: the now familiar MIPS SoC from Ingenic.

    That orange color looks familiar.

    http://www.vr-zone.com/print/5847

  5. sam says:

    there all ugly im not gettin none

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