The ET1602 will supposedly start at $499 and should feature a 160GB hard disk drive, 1GB of RAM, 802.11n wireless connectivity, a 1.3-megapixel webcam, two 4-watt speakers and several choices of ports including USB and three audio ports. The higher-end ET1603 shares essentially the same specs but also packs an ATI HD3450 graphics card and a battery for mobile use.
No pricing or availability details are mentioned but Engadget speculates a launch in the U.S. soon after seeing its wireless keyboard slip through the FCC yesterday.
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