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|14th April 2009, 22:49||#1|
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OCZ's Neutrino DIY netbook Tested
If you're not familiar with the DIY laptops OCZ has been offering for the past year or so, the concept is pretty simple: instead of selling you a full-fledged notebook computer, the firm offers barebones units that typically lack a processor, hard drive, memory, and an operating system. In theory, OCZ can sell these DIY notebooks at a lower cost than full-fledged laptops, and the end result can be a cheaper yet fully customized machine for the customer. You do need a little bit of technical know-how to get things up and running, but of course, PC enthusiasts who like to get their hands dirty may find the notion appealing.
With its Neutrino DIY netbook, OCZ takes one step out of the process and includes an Intel Atom N270 processor, leaving just the storage, RAM, and OS choices up to the end user. Before we get into the DIY options, though, let's take a look at the Neutrino in more detail.
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