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Taiwan market: Asustek, MSI and Synnex to enter nettop war in August
Monica Chen, Taipei; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Wednesday 30 July 2008]

In addition to Asustek Computer's Eee Box and Micro-Star International's (MSI's) Wind PC, Synnex is also ready to ship its Lemel Q to heat up the nettop market in August, according to channel sources.

Asustek's Eee Box will launch on July 30 in Taiwan.

Synnex's upcoming 3-liter Lemel Q PC Smart deluxe nettop is based on the Intel Atom 230 processor and priced around NT$13,900 (US$455.7). The nettop will also be offered bundled with a 19-inch LCD monitor for NT$18,888.

Although larger than the Eee Box, the Q PC Smart includes a built-in DVD burner enabling a more flexible multimedia experience. MSI's Wind PC also includes support for an optical drive but is a much larger 5-liter design.

Lemel Q PC Smart deluxe nettop specifications

Item

Detail

CPU

Intel Atom 230/1.6G/512K L2/533MHz processor

OS

Windows Vista Home Premium

Memory

2GB DDR2 667MHz (1xDIMM, Max 2GB)

ODD

DVD-Super Multi burner

HDD

160GB

VGA

Intel GMA950 with shared memory up to 256MB

L2 Cache

512KB

Chipsets

Intel 945GC

PSU

60W

Size

240(length) × 185(width) × 70(height)mm, around 3.1L

Source: Company, compiled by Digitimes, July 2008

Lemel Q PC Smart deluxe nettop

Lemel Q PC Smart deluxe nettop
Photo: Company

MSI Wind PC nettop

MSI Wind PC nettop
Photo: Joseph Tsai, Digitimes, June 2008

Asustek Eee Box nettop

Asustek Eee Box nettop
Photo: Company

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