Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Bing's the Thing: New Netbook from CherryPal

Green, low-cost PC maker CherryPal will present its newest innovation: the Bing nettop computer during Sundance Film Festival, this week in Park City, Utah. The introduction of the new 10.2' wide-screen Intel AtomTM N270 based Cherrypal Bing netbook. Battery life will be five hours for this ultra-efficient machine, and with ease-of-use built in from conception as well as an attractive size/price point, it is ideal for busy filmmakers as well as consumers. Running on the basis of the Linux based GreenMaraschino operating environment, Bing was designed for environmentally savvy, budget minded consumers, and provides excellent web browsing, file sharing, media and music capabilities. It can be used with or without the CherrypalCloud™, which makes the user experience simple, efficient and highly secure.

Excellent news! While setting up my CherryPal 114, I'm thinking, I'm really into portable computing now. I am perhaps spoiled by owning a MacBook and an iTouch; I prefer to think of it as advanced user interface study. Portables seem to fit the busy contemporary lifestyle of staying in touch. Early adopters who are curious about what the CherryPal has to offer can take advantage of 2-for-1 pricing this week, in honor of Sundance.

Details and tech specs in the press release of Jan. 18:

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I'd like to get a closer look at the bing netbook, but can't seem to find a decent picture on the internet. GOt any to show? Also, heard the hd runs at 7200rpm. What's the scoop?