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I still don’t like notebooks with 12.1-inch screens to be dubbed "ultra-portables", but I’ll go with it for now. I guess this means my 17-month old M205 Tablet PC is an ultra-portable too? Anyway, the nc2400 is a nice, svelte package from HP. The base model […]

Nc2400I still don’t like notebooks with 12.1-inch screens to be dubbed "ultra-portables", but I’ll go with it for now. I guess this means my 17-month old M205 Tablet PC is an ultra-portable too? Anyway, the nc2400 is a nice, svelte package from HP. The base model costs $1,599 and features the following for mobile computing:

  • Weight of 2.8 pounds
  • 1.2 GHz Intel Core Solo ULV
  • 40 GB, 4200 RPM hard drive
  • 512 MB of 533 MHz RAM
  • DVD/CD-RW drive
  • WXGA screen resolution
  • Integrated Intel Graphics (GMA 950)
  • Dimensions of 8.38 x 11.1 x .976 in.

(via Core Duo News)

-kct

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  2. What is wrong with calling a 12″ screen an ultra-portable notebook? Don’t forget the notebook part and don’t confuse it with Tablet. I know I don’t have to tell you the difference between a tablet and a notebook. It also isn’t a ultra-portable device.

    I agree, without the word notebook it isn’t very ultra-portable.

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  3. Oh come on hp, do a tablet version of this!
    How cool would a 12inch widescreen tablet for under 1.5kg be? They even do one without a dvdrw.

    You know it makes sense!

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