CeBIT 2010: Point Of View's Mobii CULV

Posted: Mar 4 2010, 10:36am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:52pm CDT, in News | CeBIT

 
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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.

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.

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!

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