I'm a little bit afraid that all of these CULVs might be arriving a little too late for the party. The market seems to be over its brief infatuation with these low-energy machines. Several manufacturers have even gone back to full-sized chips for their ultraportables after low consumer satisfaction with CULV processors. That doesn't mean there isn't a place for CULVs, but the honeymoon is clearly over.
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Point of View obviously thinks that they can turn this ship around (Netbooked). They showed off their new 11.6” Mobii CULV. This device has 2 GB of RAM, a dual-core 1.2 GHz processor, GMA 4500 graphics, a 250 GB HDD, and b/g/n WiFi. It has a glossy display.
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This Mobii will also be available (in the same body) with an Atom N450 processor and a chip for HD support (Broadcom card). It will be called the Movie Theater Mobii. There's also been word that Pioneer Australia will be re-branding the CULV Mobii with Ion 2 graphics in the near future. Yes please!