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BenQ launches AMD-based ultra-thin notebook
Press release, June 16; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Tuesday 16 June 2009]

BenQ has launched its latest ultra-thin notebook, the Joybook Lite T131, featuring a 13.3-inch UltraVivid screen, AMD's Yukon mobile platform, integrated microphone and webcam, and Wi-Fi connectivity.

Available in a choice of "opulent midnight" blue or "snowy" white, the Joybook Lite T131 ultra-thin notebook will be available in June 2009 in China.

BenQ Joybook Lite T131 ultra-thin notebook specifications

Item

Detail

CPU

AMD Sempron 200U processor

Chipset

AMD M690E + SB600 chipset

Graphics

ATI Mobility Radeon X1270

Memory

1GB of DDR2 400 memory support up to 2GB

Hard Drive

250/320 GB (5400RPM - SATA)

Screen Size

13.3-inch WXGA(1280×800) UltraVivid widescreen display with 250nits

Dimensions

320 × 240 × 28 (rear) mm

Weight

1.5kg (without battery)

Source: Company, compiled by Digitimes, June 2009

BenQ Joybook Lite T131 ultra-thin notebook

BenQ Joybook Lite T131 ultra-thin notebook
Photo: Company

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