NEC announces new computer models
NEC jumps on Core i5 and N450 bandwagon with new computers
NEC has pulled the wraps off several new computers
today that run the gamut from netbooks to all-in-one machines. One of the common features of several of the machines is that they use the new Intel Core i5 CPUs. One of the new systems is a netbook called the LaVie Light. The first netbook we saw from NEC was back in 2008 and was called the Versa N1100
The new netbook forgoes its predecessors N270 processor and puts the new Pine Trail N450 under the hood. The machine is offered in five different colors and has a screen with a resolution of 1366 x 768. If you want something more feature packed and powerful than a netbook, NEC has the LaVie L series with USB 3.0 ports and sporting Intel Core i5 processors.
The L Series also has a fingerprint resistant lid with what appears to be a metallic finish. The Valuestar N is an all-in-one machine described as a concept running the Intel Core i5 processor. The machine has a profile of 9cm to 6cm making it very thin. Pricing and availability on the new computers is unannounced at this time. Hopefully, the full specs of the new machines will be coming soon.