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It appears to be somewhere between the Atom and the Core 2 series based on power consumption and performance. Slower, less power draw than the Core 2 and faster. more power draw than the Atom. The particular chip in the HP is the 1.6ghz dissipating 15w.
 

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Is the Athlon Neo AMD's version of the Atom?
You could call it that way. It is basically a single-core athlon @ 1.6GHz. That makes it more powerful than the atom. If you consider Atom a nice idea, but a little too slow, this is the CPU you want to have. It has a higher power consumption, but the chipset saves the day (compared to atom).

Here in Germany there are three versions available: dv2-1001eg, 1050eg and 1070eg.
All of them come with windows. This thing is 50% netbook, why isn't there a Linux version?
 

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I would argue the biggest advantage of the netbook form factor is cost. Anything over $400 USD and you are in premium territory, and might as well get something with a C2D U series.
 
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