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Nufront ARM Cortex-A9 Laptop running Ubuntu at CES 2011

Nufront (新岸线) showcased their minipc based on Nusmart 2816 at Techcon 2010, they are now back at CES 2011 to show off their laptop reference designs. They provide two laptop designs with 10″ and a 14″ displays. The mother board is the same for both devices, only the casing changes to accommodate the display. The laptops runs Ubuntu and Android 2.2. They will also support some undisclosed operating system(s) later on (It should be Windows 8 and/or Chrome OS).  The processor is a dual core Cortex A9 running at 2GHz, so I suppose this is the Nusmart 2816. The laptop will have 1 or 2 GB RAM depending on the configuration. Nufront said those laptops should be available within 6 months. No indication of price has been given.

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  1. AC
    April 14th, 2011 at 10:43 | #1

    NuFront appears to have ceased operations. None of their sites work, and haven’t for at least a week (probably more).

  2. April 18th, 2011 at 12:07 | #2

    @ AC
    The link of the top of my blog was not working anymore (fixed now).
    I now have no problem accessing http://www.nufrontsoft.com

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