OCZ Jumps into Netbook Market with Neutrino

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Price would be nice, though I doubt it's going to be close to $400 with an SSD like that.

I'd probably prefer a smaller SSD (eg: 32GB), with NO ram.
With all these mininotebooks, I have more then plenty of RAM laying around to plug into it.
So it'd be nice to save some on that too, and sell the mininotebook for like $200-250 or so.
 

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Well at least somebody is trying to bring something different to the market with these netbooks. Officially supporting user hard drive upgrades? Certainly a big plus over my eee pc 4g
 

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OCZ has yet to release any price information. My guess is that you'll be able to bag a Neutrino for under $400. Of course I doubt that price includes the 250GB SSD.

-Devin
 

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How many people are out there with a netbook saying "gee this 64 gigabytes just isn't enough for me, what I need is 250 gigabytes of media and apps for this computer to choke on. That would be great!"

Seriously, what would you use that extra ~200 gigs for? Holding MP3s? It sure won't be for photoshop projects, hi-def movies or anything of the sort unless you are using the computer as a glorified flash drive to get the files to somewhere they can actually be put to use.

Or, am I missing the boat on netbooks and their gigabyte crunching apps?
 
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