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Right now it's Korea-only, but it's Averatec's Lookie laptop stuffs some decent power into its tiny chassis. Intel Core 2 Duo processor, 250GB HDD, Windows 7, HDMI port, and six hours of battery life. We're a little bit light on the other details, but we're assuming they fall in line with other thi

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Averatec probably isn't the first name that pops into your head when you think of cleanly designed thin laptops, but if the $800 N3400 is any indication of things to come, that could change. Laptop had a chance to review the 13-inch machine and found its slim, aluminum body compares favorably to th

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Averatec's already rolled out not one but two all-in-one desktops this month, but it looks like it's also found the time to churn out this fairly impressive looking thin-and-light laptop, which takes a few cues from the nettbook side of things and few from some pricier pastures. Weighing in at less

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Averatec's 25.5-inch D1200 a bit too large for your tastes (or your bantam desk)? Fret not, as the very same company is today issuing a 22-inch version with similar specs. Speaking of which, the admittedly stylish all-in-one machine packs a 2.5GHz Core 2 Duo E5200 processor, a WXGA panel, 3GB of DD

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Nah, it's no netbook, but it's certainly more than a rumor. Averatec has just cut loose details on its newest machine, a 25.5-inch PC / TV combo that looks to take on the likes of MSI's AE1900. The D1200 all-in-one PC comes equipped with a hybrid digital / analog TV tuner and supports buttery smoot

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We're not sure why Android is suddenly the hottest netbook OS in town, but we'd guess it's about to hit the scene in a big way at Computex next month. Today's whispers? Averatec CEO Tae-Hyun Cho says his company will ship a new netbook with a \"surprise\" OS that blends \"cell phone and PC technology\"

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If it's fancy you're scouting, you needn't look here. If you're fine with a classic design, a relatively low price and plenty of oomph to handle everyday tasks, you've got your eyes right where they need to be. Averatec's latest rig is a 12-inch ultraportable that gets powered by a 2GHz Core 2 Duo

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Averatec's latest 18.4-inch PC somehow manages to stand out in the wide world of all-in-ones, and yeah, the $549.99 price point helps in that regard. Laptop Mag managed to get ahold of one of these unique beasts, and they really seemed to dig it. The polarizing design was appreciated, the display wa

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Well, it looks like Averatec is now fully on board the Atom bandwagon, with it now pushing its Buddy netbook out the door, and also getting official about the US launch for its Atom-based, 18.4-inch All-in-One desktop PC, which was first announced in Europe last month. This one's apparently intende

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Finally, a netbook with a name cute enough to fit the design. Averatec's 10.2-inch Buddy is now on sale after becoming official late last month, and it's in stock for shipment to boot. As a refresher, you'll get a 1.6GHz Intel Atom CPU, 1GB of DDR2 RAM, a 160GB hard drive, 802.11b/g WiFi, Ethernet,

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We knew it was coming, and now Averatec's officially unveiled the Buddy, another 10.2-inch, Atom N270-based netbook. It's not straying far from that template laid down by the Eee 1000 and Wind, but the more recent photos we've dug up seem to show that it's not a straight up Wind rebadge as previous

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Averatec reliably cranks out stylish-but-generic takes on most new hardware trends, so it shouldn't come as a surprise that the company is prepping a netbook. Although nothing's been locked in, it sounds like we should expect an Eee 1000-class machine, with a 10.2-inch screen and an Atom processor

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Averatec's been trying to bring a little pop to its products lately, and the new All-In-One PC (seriously, that's what it's called) is the company's sleekest effort to date, copping a little style from both the iMac and the Gateway One. Your $1249 won't buy you anything spectacular behind that 22-i

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Look out, argonauts -- you've got more than Panasonic and Dell vying for your hard-earned dollars, as even Averatec is looking to make a play in the rugged laptop space. The firm's new Voya line of lappies gets going with a new duo of rough 'n tough rigs: the 14.1-inch 4473 and the 15.4-inch 6494. B

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Pushing pixels is great and all, but sometimes we've just got a hankering to see how far those dollars can stretch, and Averatec's 2575 laptop mostly satisfies those urges. For $1100 you get Vista Home Premium running on an AMD Turion 64 X2 Dual Core chip, with 2GB of RAM, ATI RS690 integrated graph

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Unless you've got a thing for interestingly designed lids, Averatec's latest portable isn't likely to impress. Sure, it's sporting a modest 2GHz AMD Turion 64 processor, 160GB hard drive, a dual-layer DVD burner, 2GB of RAM, ATI's Radeon X1270 graphics set, a 1.3-megapixel webcam and Windows Vista,

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Korea's TriGem just made their first trip to Santa Rosa this morning with the launch of their Averatec 8300 laptop. We're talkin' a 15.4-inch widescreen display, 160GB disk, DVD super multi-drive, a 1.3 megapixel webcam integrated into the bezel, and \"the latest graphics card.\" Unfortunately, there

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