Lenovo and Samsung prepping VIA VX900-powered HD netbooks?

April 5, 2010 at 10:24 am

VIA netbooksVIA officially announced its VX900 multimedia chipset just a few weeks back and now we are starting to hear the first rumours over who will use it. According to DNAIndia, Lenovo and Samsung are both in a race to launch the first VX900-powered netbook and are targeting a launch for June this year.

“Three manufacturers have so far launched models sporting Congo are Lenovo, MSI and Asus while Lenovo and Samsung are expected to launch the first VX900-based netbooks by June this year,” reports DNAIndia.

The VIA VX900 will offer power efficiency on par with Intel Atom chips along with 1080p video playback. The models are expected to sport high-definition displays to take advantage of the power of the VX900 chipset.

Via Netbooked.


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