Over the recent couple of months, we've seen a very large number of companies roll out their own netbook flavor, some of these firms having a relatively long history in the field of computing products, while others are more or less newcomers. That's pretty much the case with Hannspree, which is indeed a very well-known name in the CE industry, but mostly for its unusual LCD TVs than anything else.
However, as the Spanish edition of Engadget
informs us, it would seem the Hannspree has just released a new 10-inch netbook onto the market, the HANNSnote, which is available in two color versions (white or black) and looks like a cross between an Eee PC and one of MSI's Wind netbooks (although, to be honest, we might say the exact same thing about all of the other such ultra-portable computing systems available out there).
Unfortunately, as we pretty much expected, the hardware configuration of the HANNSnote is no different from that of the myriad of other Atom-based netbooks available out there. So, beside Intel's already too famous CPU, the device features 1GB of RAM memory, an Intel GMA950 integrated GPU, as well as a 160 GB HDD.
The standardization is also clearly visible in the area of networking and connectivity options, since the new netbook from Hannspree offers Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 2.0 modules, plus an Ethernet LAN interface (RJ45). Of course, as we've come to expect from such platforms, the netbook packs three USB 2.0 ports, a VGA output, audio input/output connectors and a memory card slot that supports SD, MMC and Memory Stick cards.
Pricing for the new Hannspree 10-inch netbook is also well within the limits established for such products, since the portable computing system will sell for somewhere in the 300 – 330 Euro price range (or a maximum 440 US dollars). We are just a few, but there are many of you, Softpedia users, out there. That's why we thought it would be a good idea to create an email address for you to help us a little in finding gadgets we missed. Interesting links are bound to be posted with recognition going mainly to those who submit. The address is .