Raon Digital Everun Note

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This is one of the most powerful UMPCs we've ever tested. Its light enough to be used as a carry-everywhere PC solution but the small form factor does not lend itself well to long periods of work. Battery life can reduce very quickly when under heavy usage. Processing power is locked to 800Mhz when under battery power.

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Raon Digital Everun Note Specifications

Manufacturer Raon Digital
Model name Everun Note
Model id D60H
CPU AMD Turion 64 x2
CPU speed 1200 Mhz
Graphics
OS Microsoft Windows XP Home
Display Size
7.0" 1024 X 600
RAM 1024 MB
Hard Disk 60 GB
Battery capacity 19 Wh
Weight (Minimum) 742gm / 1.64 pounds
Size 200/118/28.0 mm
Size 7.9/4.6/1.1 inches
Physical Interfaces SD card slot
USB 2.0 (x2)
Mobile sim-card slot
MIC-in
Line-out / Headphone (3.5mm)
USB 2.0 (Mini)
PCI-Express Mini (internal)
Wireless Interfaces802.11b/g
BT2.0
3G option
AdditionalWebCam
*Specifications can vary

Raon Digital Everun Note information

Based on a 1.2Ghz dual core AMD processor and includes a descreet graphics solution that is more powerful than most UMPC and Netbook solutions. Also includes a uSIM slot but is not pre-wired with an antenna.
Raon Digital Everun Note prices
Europe€74030 Oct 12
Raon Digital Everun Note news and review links.Date
AVING reports on launch of Raon Everun Note23/02/19
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Performance figures for the Everun Note23/02/19
Early news, video. Everun Note.23/02/19
External battery and charger now available for Everun Note23/02/19
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