Litl Easel is Not a Netbook But a Web Computer

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It’s not a netbook but the Litl Easel machine is loaded with an Intel Atom Z540   1.86GHz process, 1GB of RAM, 2GB of storage, 12.1-inch 1280×800 pixel display, webcam, WiFi and 2600 MAh battery. But what is it then?

The company responsible for the said machine, Litl calls it a web computer. Meaning, its primary purpose is for users to browse the Internet. Litl Easel as it is called just hit the FCC, so expect a U.S. release pretty soon sans official announcement from the company.

What’s interesting about the Litl Easel is the fact that it will present information in stacks of cards – blue for permanent card for the card catalog, family and friends and settings, white cards which are displayed as web cards in Firefox, and black cards which is similar to widgets.

Other features of the Litl Easel include HDMI port, USB port, and IR receiver for the use of a remote.

via Engadget

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Written by: Björn A.

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