Epson rolls out Hello Kitty netbook
The Japanese sure love their Hello Kitty, don’t they? Just a few days after announcing a Hello Kitty laptop, along comes Epson Japan who has also a Hello Kitty netbook in tow. This time round, it will be sold online exclusively from December 10th onwards in Japan, and is based on Epson’s Endeavor NJ2150. Expect a slew of pink and white colors that have come to epitomize the Hello Kitty brand, and you can select between a combo model or a “super-multi version”, retailing for $1,200 and $1,500, respectively. Both models will feature two different designs. As for the combo model, that will be powered by a relatively weak Intel Celeron 575 2GHz processor, 1GB RAM, a 80GB HDD, a 15.4″ TFT WXGA screen at 1280 × 800 resolution, a DVD drive, Wi-Fi connectivity, Windows Vista and pre-installed Hello Kitty wallpapers. As for the pricier super-multi model, that comes with similar specifications save for the beefed up Intel Core 2 Duo P8400 2.26GHz processor, double the RAM, a 120GB HDD and a DVD Super-Multi drive.
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