Averatec 2575 notebook released
Averatec isn’t exactly the biggest player around when it comes to notebooks, but it does have a fair market presence and technological background to come up with something interesting once in a while. Today we have the Averatec 2575 notebook that makes inroads into the ultra portable notebook PC market with its 12.1″ offering. I’m curious to see how this model will stack up against the rest of similar notebooks in the market – will it be able to hold its own and move a fair number of units, or will it be another choice people will pass over? Head on to read an excerpt from the press release right after the jump.
Averatec, Inc., a leader in innovative mobile electronic products, continues to expand its line of full-featured ultra-thin, ultra portable notebooks with a brand new 12.1″ offering. The new 2575 model boasts contemporary industrial design and incorporates power of AMD’s Turion 64 X2 dual-core mobile technology. Averatec’s powerful, yet efficient design not only runs cool to the touch, but provides style not normally found in ultra-portable, ultra-light form factors.
According to Darren Lee, Director of Marketing at Averatec, “We are very excited with the introduction of our 2575 model. The introduction of this product marks a new era for Averatec on our notebook product line and will provide a great foundation for our upcoming All-in-One desktop product launch.”
Some of the features one can expect from the Averatec 2575 includes a 12.1″ widescreen display with Averatec’s exceptional AveraBrite LCD technology, an integrated 1.3 megapixel webcam, a 250GB hard drive and 2GB of RAM. Windows Vista Home Premium will be the operating system of choice, and the Averatec 2575 retails for $1,099, accompanied by a one-year limited warranty (half the time for the battery).