Daily Archives: July 6, 2009

Red Fox Unveils New Notebooks

Red Fox Technologies recently released a new model for their Wizbook line, the Red Fox Wizbook N1020i, made available in yellow, green, pink, red, and black, as well as the full-scale Red Fox RN740J and the Red Fox RN766JU aimed towards everyday computing and gaming, respectively.

The Red Fox Wizbook N1020i is the newest addition to the brand’s growing lineup of netbooks, fitted with 10.2-inch TFT LCD displays, 1GB DDR2 667 memory, 160GB or 250GB HDD, 802.11 b/g wireless LAN, and an SD/MMC/MS card reader, along with the option of upgrading to 2GB memory. The N1020i also takes advantage of Bluetooth technology by incorporating Bluetooth ver. 3.0, which gives data rates of up to 480 Mbits compared to 3 Mbits that Bluetooth ver 2.0 can offer. But getting things done quickly is not the only benefit of using high-speed Bluetooth: it also reduces power consumption, which then translates to longer battery life. Versatility is enjoyed via the Express Card / 34 slot, which supports Firewire 800, SATA external disk drives, solid-state drives, Wi-Fi interface cards, TV tuner cards, additional memory, memory card readers, external graphics cards, and modems. The inclusion of an integrated 1.3 low-light webcam also allows photos and videos to be taken even under low-light conditions without compromising quality.
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Posted by on July 6, 2009 in AsianTech