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NEC LaVie MX Notebook Specs

NEC LaVie MX Notebook Specs - PCSTATS
Abstract: NEC have joined the race to bring a powerful notebook based on the Crusoe Processor to market with their LaVie MX, at almost complete odds to Sony's VAIO C1VN...
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NEC's LaVie MX Notebook Specs


NEC have joined the race to bring a powerful notebook based on the Crusoe Processor to market with their LaVie MX (LX60T/51EC). At almost complete odds to Sony's VAIO C1VN, the LaVie seems to be oozing with performance possibilities.

Running on a 600Mhz TM5600 Crusoe processor, the notebook comes packed with 128MB RAM (upgradable to 256MB), a 10.4" TFT display, measures 10.4" x 8.3" x 1" and runs Windows 2000. Video is provided by an ATI Rage Mobility chipset, and the unit also comes with integrated 10/100 - 10 Base T NIC card, 56K modem, 20GB hard drive, USB CD-ROM, 4Mb/s Infrared connection. It weighs in at 1.37Kg. NEC reports battery life is an astounding 11 hours! The LaVie MX will be available in November. The price is expected to be approximately $2,300.

We should have the full spec sheet and press release up for tomorrow, so check back!



Crusoe-Based Notebook Introduced By NEC

    SANTA CLARA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 17, 2000--NEC today in Japan introduced a three-pound notebook computer that will operate up to 11 hours on battery power using Transmeta's Crusoe microprocessor.
    Since early September, Sony, Fujitsu and now NEC have introduced Crusoe-based notebooks. Transmeta's microprocessor is unique in its capability to extend battery life by using software to adjust voltage and frequency on-the-fly, consuming only the amount of power needed for maximum efficiency.
    "NEC is very impressed with the battery life and performance capabilities provided by Crusoe," said Osamu Iseki, senior manager, product planning department, mobile I solution division, NEC Corporation. "The LaVie MX will give consumers an exceptional mobile computing experience."
    The LaVie MX, new to NEC's LaVie series, will incorporate a 600MHz Crusoe microprocessor. The notebook runs Windows 2000 and measures 10.4" x 8.3" x less than 1" (thick). This lightweight design houses a 20 gigabyte hard drive, 128 megabytes of SDRAM and has a 10.4" reflective TFT display. NEC will begin taking orders immediately in Japan for the new LaVie MX.
    "NEC engineers have done a brilliant job of incorporating the latest advanced mobile technology from Japan," said Jim Chapman, senior vice president of sales and marketing, Transmeta Corporation. "They have integrated that technology with Crusoe to create a perfect mobile, professional notebook that delivers all day computing."

    About Transmeta Corporation

    Founded in 1995, Transmeta is a privately held company based in Santa Clara, California. Transmeta develops, in concert with its OEM customers, platform solutions for the mobile Internet computing market. Transmeta markets and sells the Crusoe processor solution as the engine for a new class of computers. Crusoe is the only x86 compatible processor solution built to run the large installed base of PC software applications with high performance and extremely long battery life.

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