“Unlike previous OCZ DIY solutions, the 2.86-pound Neutrino comes equipped with the CPU, but enables users to maximize netbook-computing efficiency by supporting up to 2GB of memory and hard drive or SSD capacities up to 250GB,” the company says.
OCZ DIY program allows customers to purchase an unconfigured barebone notebook and customize is to their needs with the help of OCZ’s guides and direct support. Users can select operating system, processor, memory, and hard drive or solid state drive of choice.
â€œThe ASUS C90 Notebook is designed to cater to a growing trend of users who want to combine mobile computing with top-of-the-line performance. With easy accessibility to key components, users can upgrade, repair or replace them with ease â€“ providing options for future technologies,” the computer maker says.
There are two listed models built on “Santa Rosa’s” GM965 chipset with integrated GMA X3100 graphics – the 13.3-inch widescreen (WXGA) S37E and 14.1-inch widescreen S62E. Regarding models designed for use with dedicated graphics card, ComputersPlus lists 13.3-inch WXGA S37S and 15.4-inch WXGA S96S, both based on Intel’s PM965.