March 9, 2009 at 5:29 pm
Whilst Clevo’s M810L netbook first came to light at the end of last year, it was formally showcased at CeBIT last week. Thankfully, it does not look like almost every netbook model out there and has some design cues of its own. Gone are the curves found on most netbooks today, with the M810L sporting a more ‘cubic’ look. It is this design that The Inq referred to it as a book-end (in the best way possible mind). It’s reasonably light at 1.2kg and only 1.1 inches thick. Specs-wise, however, the M810L doesn’t really stand out. It sports a 10.1-inch (1024 x 576) screen, is powered by a 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270 CPU/945GSE chipset and supports up to 2GB RAM. Other features include WiFi, Bluetooth, 1.3MP webcam and optional 3G support. The M810L is set to launch at the end of this month although no price point has been released thus far. More pics after the jump.