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Suzuki Neutron 710 MNI

Suzuki Neutron 710 MNI

While most mini notebook PCs/netbooks manufacturers are moving from 8 to 10-inch size, Suzuki recently came up with their 7.1-inch netbook with touchscreen display. No, you didn’t hear wrongly. Suzuki, as we know, produce cars and motorbikes, but they do have computers too.




Neutron 701 MNI





Intel® Atom™ processor Z520

(1.3GHZ,1M Cache,667MHZ)






7.1″ WSVGA TFT LCD Touch Panel





64-bit wide DDRII data channel
Two 200Pin SODIMM sockets, support DDR2 800MHz
Expandable memory up to 4GB, depends on 1GB/2GB SODIMM Module



Video Controller



Integrated 3D graphic, shared up to -256MB

High prefrences 2D/3D





One changeable 12.7mm(H) Super-Multi ODD, PATA interface
One changeable 2.5″ 9.5mm(H) HDD, SATA interface






Multi language
Built in Touch pad with scrolling -function

Touch Stylus

Panel buttom/Finger print/Pointer



Sound System



High Definition Audio interface
Compliant with Microsoft UAA (Universal Audio Architecture)
Direct Sound 3D™ compatible
Built-in microphone
Built-in two speakers



I/O Ports



3x USB 2.0 port
1x External CRT port
1x Headphone jack
1x Microphone jack
1x S/P DIF output jack
1x RJ-11 jack
1x RJ-45 jack
1x DC-in jack



Card Reader



5-in-1 Card Reader (MMC/SC/

S/Mini SD/MS)





One ExpressCard slot
One MiniCard slot for WLAN, support USB interface






56K FAX / modem
Built-in 10/100Mb Base-TX Ethernet -LAN
Wireless LAN 802.11b/g MiniCard -module
Bluetooth™ V2.1
1.3M pixels Video Camera






Full Range AC adapter 65W, AC in 100~240V, 50~60Hz, DC output 19V, -3.42A
Removable 4 Cells Smart Lithium battery pack, 2400mAh
Battery life up to 140 minutes with -2400mAh






Kensington® Lock






227.5(W) x 170.7(D) x29.9~25(H)mm
0.92kg with 4 cells battery and ODD


Source: Suzuki via gadgetmix

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