New Sharp Mebius Notebooks Play DVDs Without Booting!

Posted: Aug 14 2003, 11:07pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:57pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
New Sharp Mebius Notebooks Play DVDs Without Booting!
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Sharp Japan introduces (raw translation) two new Mebius Notebooks the PC-SV1-7DB and the PC-SV1-5CB.

These new Notebooks have a built-in TV-Tuner and the Notebook does not require to boot Windows to view a DVD, watch TV or play a CD - Great Feature!
With the WinDVR software the notebook can record TV-Programs to the hard drive.
Besides that the Notebook has standard specs like:
- 15" high brightness clear type TFT liquid crystal (XGA)
- AMD Athlon CPU 2GHz/1.8Ghz
- 256MB-768MB RAM
- 60GB/40GB Hard Drives
- CD-R/RW&DVD-ROM
- Size:326mm in width x 90mm in depth x 36.8mm (minimum) 48.5mm (maximum) in height
Full Specification (raw translation)

The PC-SV1-7DB and the PC-SV1-5CB go on sale end of August.

See Also:
Sony VAIO PCG-TR1A Mini Notebook on Sale!
Sony Ultra Mini Notebook PCG-U101
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