Product Name: Averatec 1020 / 1000 Series / AV1020
Official Page: Averatec.com
Available: April 2005
Status: Appears to be actively supported/sold
Price: Originally starting at $1050 USD
– 1020-ED1 / AV1020-ED1 : Windows XP Home
– Similar to Averatec 1050 (different CPU and Hard Drive)
– 10.6″ Widescreen AveraBrite display
– Keyboard is 92% full-size
The small and feather-light stylish design is only one of the 1000 Seriesâ€™ best features! At a svelte 3.6 lbs. this little dynamo with its high resolution AveraBrite widescreen is light on the eyes, the backpack or briefcase, and most importantly the wallet. Just as you would expect from any AVERATEC notebook, it is also loaded with multimedia and connectivity features.
CPU: Intel Celeron M Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) 373 (1GHz, 512K L2 Cache)
Chipset: Intel 855GM Chipset
Front-side Bus: 400MHz
Memory: DDR PC2700 333MHz
Memory Capacity: 512MB – Possibly 2GB
Display: 10.6″ TFT LCD with AveraBrite
Resolution: 1280×760 WXGA
Graphics Chipset: Intel Extreme Graphics 2 (Intel 855 GME)
Graphics Memory: 64MB (Shared)
Other: VGA Out
Hard Drive: 1.8″Ultra ATA / 4200rpm / 80GB
Wireless: Intel PRO Wireless 2200BG 802.11b/g
Modem: 56K V.92
Ethernet: 10/100 Ethernet
Audio Chipset: Realtek AC97
Speakers: 2x Stereo
Audio I/O: Headphone/line-out, Microphone/line-in
USB: 2x USB 2.0
Firewire: 1x IEEE 1394 4-pin (unpowered)
PC Card: 1x Type I/II PC Card
Flash/Memory Card Reader: 4-in-1 Reader, Secure Digital (SD), MultiMedia Card (MMC), Memory Stick (MS), Memory Stick Pro (MS PRO)
Software & Warranty:
Operating System: MicrosoftÂ® Windows XP Home
Other Software: Norton AntiVirus, Microsoft Works, Cyberlink DVD
Warranty: Standard one-year warranty with parts and labor, plus 24/7 toll-free tech support
Averatec 1050 Drivers: Averatec.com/CustomerCare/Downloads
Width: 10.47 inches /
Depth: 7.79 inches /
Height: 1.16 inches /
Weight: 3.6 pounds /
– IT Reviews – January 2006 – A no-nonsense sub-Â£1,000 notebook which may not be the fastest around but compensates with a very good battery life.
– Pocket-lint.co.uk – December 2005 – 8 out of 10 – If you need a machine for basic functions with plenty of battery life and a light weight, then youâ€™ll love it, just donâ€™t be too disappointed if you find yourself out growing it a year down the line.
– PC Magazine – AV1050-EB1 – 3.5 out of 5 – If you’re looking for an affordable yet fashionable ultraportable with a built-in optical drive and lots of hard drive space, the Averatec AV1050-EB1 is a very good choice.
– DingBat Magazine – Octoboer 2005 – “Editor’s Choice” – What we do know for certain is that Averatec is producing some of the best, most affordable notebook computers on the market.
– MobileTechReview.com AV1050 – August 2005 – 4 out of 5 stars –
An excellent notebook for the price! It fares well against much more expensive competitors such as the Sony T250 and T350.
– CNET Reviews – June, 2005 – 6.2/10.0 – …the Averatec 1000 offers tremendous value for your money…