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Netbook Navigator Nav7 carries an attached mousepad and more

Netbook Navigator Nav7 carries an attached mousepad, and more
Netbook Navigator Nav7 carries an attached mousepad, and more
Netbook Navigator Nav7 UMPC, with a rear-mounted mouse Pad and windows7 as OS to ship soon

Netbook Navigators Nav7 tablet is all geared up for its shipping next month. This one, unlike other tablets, creates a uniqueness for itself with a mouse pad attached to its rear to its right hand side. This mostly will be helpful as OS to be shipped with it is Windows7. There is also a switch to activate the mouse pad to the left at its rear.

There are a few advantages with this model as it contains a 1.66GHz Intel Atom Z530 processor which is faster compared with other tablet processors. It is provided with a 7” display with a 1024x600 pixels of resolution. The screen provided is a LED-Backlit LCD with a Capacitive Multi-touch technology. Though it is equipped with a 1GB RAM, but there is an option for extending it to 2GB.

Nav7 offers a range of SSD options from 16GB to 64GB. Physical interfaces attached to it are Ethernet 10/100, line-out/Headphone, MIC-in, Mobile SIM-card slot, USB 2.0 (x2). And for wireless interfaces it has 802.11b/g/n and Bluetooth 2.1, optional 3G is also provided.

Price of the models start at $599, which is the device with no operating system and goes up to $849 for a 2GB RAM, 32GB SSD along with windows Home Premium setup. For the optional 3G add $100 and 64GB SSD costs another $150. The model weighs only about 20.8 oz. (590gm). Dimensions of the model measure about 7.9 x 4.8 x 0.7 inches.

With all these high range specifications this model has a negative point as well, the battery attached is 19Wh which may not be able to provide an extended life.

The makers said this model will be available soon, so we just have to wait a little longer for its launch in the markets.

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Author: Pallab Jyotee Hazarika, 2011-08-29 (Update: 2012-05-26)