Intel Says Hello To New Classmate

Posted: Mar 2 2010, 11:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:48pm CDT, in News | CeBIT

 
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Intel today introduced the newest version of its Classmate netbook line, offering almost 9 hours of battery life with a convertible design and 9-inch screen.

Additionally, Intel announced a higher-end 10.1" model, which is available with a resolution up to 1366x768. The devices are being displayed at this week's CeBIT convention in Germany.

The new Classmate, so named because it is designed to last for an entire day of school, utilizes Intel's Pineview chips, which increase battery life and performance.

A release date was not announced during the show. There is no pricing available yet either, though last year's model retailed for $450.

Via ZDNet

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