Zotac was at CES 2010 with a new line of devices geared towards multimedia awesomeness. Netbooked reports that the line-up included new net-tops, a netbook, and an Internet tablet. The MAG net-tops are very clearly media machines. One of them uses the Pinetrail-D platform and sports GeForce GT218 graphics, which makes it capable of 1080p playback.
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Two of Zotac's MAG net-tops are CULV based. One of them will have a dual-core Pentium SU4100 processor while the other will have GMA 4500MHD graphics. Another will use a dual-core AMD Athlon Neo X2 L325 processor with an ATI Radeon HD 3200 GPU. These net-tops will hit in March for around $300. Sounds perfect for a media box.
Zotac also has a CULV netbook. It will be either 11" or 12" and will have a Pentium SU4100 processor and GMA 4500 MHD graphics. The 6-cell battery will deliver 7-8 hours of battery life. There's also an Atom-powered 10" Windows 7 tablet. Its touchscreen will require stylus input, however, and this slate is being marketed as a business/education tool.