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Zepto launches 12.1-inch Notus A12 notebook

12/08, 4:45pm

Zepto intros Notus A12

Danish computer maker Zepto, which recently grabbed headlines by announcing what it calls the world's fastest 14-inch notebook with its Nox A14, has now announced the addition of its 12.1-inch Notus A12 notebook. The screen offers a maximum resolution of 1280x800, while other hardware is made up of an 800MHz Intel CPU, 1GB of RAM and an 80GB, 4,200RPM hard disk drive. The Notus A12 includes a gigabit Ethernet connection and integrated Wi-Fi module, along with a waterproof keyboard.

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Zepto lays claim to 'fastest' 14-inch notebook

10/10, 12:45pm

Zepto Nox A14 notebook

In an announcement, computer builder Zepto claims to have produced the "world's fastest" 14-inch notebook, in the form of the Nox A14. The computer technically uses a 14.1-inch display, capable of resolutions up to 1440x900; this is supported by a 512MB GeForce 9600M GT video card. The main processor scales up to a 2.53GHz mobile Core 2 Duo chip, and buyers can configure the system with up to 8GB of DDR2 RAM, supplemented by as much as 2GB of Intel Turbo Memory.

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Zepto launches notebook with NVIDIA 9800M graphics

09/05, 4:10pm

Zepto gaming notebook

Zepto recently launched its 17-inch Hydra A17 gaming notebook, which features NVIDIA's GeForce 9800M GTX graphics card that includes 1GB of built-in memory. The screen delivers 1920x1200 resolution while processing power comes via a 2.53GHz Core 2 Duo. It is supplanted by 4GB of DDR3 system memory, along with a 1066MHz system bus. As expected in a gaming notebook, an 802.11n Wi-Fi module is included.

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Zepto intros HDTVs with built-in Windows Media hooks

12/21, 4:15pm

Zepto A32 and A40

Danish luxury HDTV maker Zepto has wrapped up its year by releasing its new Helios LCD sets. Both the 32-inch A32 and 40-inch A40 have the option of a built-in wireless media center that picks up nearby Windows XP Media Center or Vista Home Premium computers on the local network, allowing the TV to stream video or other content without a separate set-top box. The bundled TV remote switches over to browsing the networked content, Zepto notes.

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