Friday, 11 April 2008

World Smallest Laptop (to date)



Samsung Q35


Today Samsung Korea showcased the world’s smallest dual-core notebook which also has an extremely stylish feel to it. The Samsung Q35 is extremly mobile and once again Samsung has managed to stand apart from its rivals. The notebook just weighs about 1.9kg and features a brilliant 12.1inch, 1280 × 800 widescreen display.
The Samsung Q35 is just not about the external package and one finds a powerful performer despite its miniscule size. The Q35 is powered on an Intel Core Duo T2700 processor which is connected to an Intel 945GM chipset across a 667MHz front side bus. The notebook has 80 GB of disk space with 512MB of 667MHz DDR 2 SDRAM. It runs on Windows XP and has a DVD±R/RW drive too.
The Samsung Q35 has superb audio capabilities and HD audio system is boosted with SRS' 3D sound technology. Other features include 802.11a/b/g Wi-Fi connectivity, along with Bluetooth 2.0 and, for wired networks, 10/100Mbps Ethernet, six-in-one memory card reader, PC Card slot, a four-pin Fire wire and a pair of USB 2.0 ports for peripherals. It includes a six-cell battery which offers 7 hours of runtime. It would be available in other configurations too but no word on pricing or availability.

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