Netbook, hardware is usually equipped with single-core processor Intel Atom, now appears a model that appeared in Japan by using dual-core processor Intel Atom and Nvidia graphics. A technology website from Japan, Akiba Hotline, said that dual-core netbooks N10A is created by Weibu Electronics Shenzhen company which will enter the netbook market.
N10A these new netbook using Intel’s dual-core processor Atom 330 and Nvidia’s 9400M graphics “Ion”, the same graphics card as used in the Apple MacBook. Specifications silicon is usually used in the previous nettop, a desktop computer that also Atom-based. However, these specifications are now also applied in the netbook. One reason, because the Atom 330 has a power consumption of 2 times more than the single core Atom. However, even so, the Atom 330 is still lower by 8 watts power, when compared to Intel chips used in laptops, to power 25 watts or higher.
Atom 330 processor has hyper-threading support, which has two-fold faster in handling task, thread, such as that held by the latest processor from Intel Core I “Nehalem”. Intel architecture is now wider Core processors that do not support the hyper-threading. 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor in the new netbook N10A has dual cores and cache memory integrated with double (1MB) from the single-core Atom chip.
N10A netbook will be sold at a price of 49.800 yen or below $ 530. Comes with 1GB memory, 150GB hard drive, webcam, wireless 802.11 g / b However, according to Akiba, N10A netbook does not have an operating system.