OCZ jumps into the netbook game with the Neutrino

OEM hardware makers have been making a consumer-oriented push in the last year, not least of which being OCZ, which has put out an interesting DIY computer line designed for hardware tweakers. The latest edition to the line is the Neutrino, essentially a netbook but designed like their other DIY lines: expandable and customizable.

The basic setup isn’t going to be any different from your EeePC or your Wind — 10″ screen, 1.6GHz Atom, 2GB of RAM — but add a 250GB SSD and you’re sitting pretty (and expensive). I think if I were to buy a netbook I’d want the capability to mess around with it, and OCZ is counting on that sentiment to sell the Neutrino.