Computex 2009: NVIDIA ION-based netbook and nettop from OCZ shown

Subject: Storage | June 1, 2009 - 11:34 AM |

Though the OCZ Neutrino has already been getting a lot of positive feedback recently, OCZ decided to upgrade the platform by removing the Intel integrated graphics and replacing it with the NVIDIA ION chipset and graphics solution.

The OCZ Neturino ION system features an Intel Atom 230 single-core processor running at 1.6 GHz, a 10.1-in screen, 1GB of DDR2 memory (upgradeable to 2GB), 160GB SATA HDD and more.

We are definitely eager to take the new OCZ Neutrino ION for a spin and should have a test and review up relatively soon. 

OCZ also had a nettop home theather PC based on the NVIDIA ION platform on display as well though this unit is a bit further behind in development.  It will still feature a single-core Atom 230 processor running at 1.6 GHz with the ION chipset as well as 4GB of DDR2 memory, support for Vista x64, 120GB OCZ solid state drive and more.

OCZ as a whole continues to be on the bleeding edge of technology as we have seen with recent SSD entries as well as these new NVIDIA ION-based designs.  Hopefully these products will offer the performance and value that we are used to with other OCZ products as that will likely make them a big success in the enthusiast community.

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