‘EVERUN NOTE’ is tiny, has a dual-core processor

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Hey look at this little fella. It’s Raon Digital’s EVERUN NOTE. Don’t let the “EVER” part of “EVERUN” fool you, as the battery life tops out at about 2.5 hours but still, I’d buy it if it were cheap enough. We should find out how cheap it is in early September, as AVING reports that it’ll be available in Korea and here in the states at that time.

It’ll weigh just over a pound and a half, feature a 7-inch screen with a 1,024×600 resolution, 1.3-megapixel webcam, XP Home, and storage choices that range between a 12GB SSD and an 80GB hard drive. The CPU will be an AMD Turion 64×2 Dual-Core running at 1.2GHz with 1MB of L2 cache and the graphics system is an ATI RS690E with 64MB of memory. I like that the screen’s resolution is wide enough to display web pages and the keyboard actually doesn’t look like it’d be hell to type on.

More photos after the jump…

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If this thing can break the $300 price barrier (which would be a stretch) it’d make a dynamite portable for tooling around town, short trips, and the like.

[via AVING]

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