WinBook X610 (12.1″ WS, Intel)

WinBook X610
Summary: 12.1″ XGA, Pentium M, Just under 3.5 pounds.

This page last updated: February, 2008

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Product Name: WinBook X610
Official Page: N/A
Manufacturer: WinBook / Micro Center Online
Available: October, 2005
Status: Discontinued
Price: Originally from $1399



Updates over previous models:

Manufacturer’s Description:
The breathtaking NEW WinBook X600 Series offers powerful performance in an ultra-thin and light design. This compact design keeps you traveling light – under 3.5 lbs. – while offering the ultimate mobile computing experience.

CPU: Intel Pentium M 725 (1.6GHz, 2MB L2 Cache)
Chipset: Intel 915 GM
Front-side Bus: 400MHz
Memory: DDR2 PC2700 u-DIMM
Memory Capacity: 512MB – 768MB (256MB Onboard, 1x slot)

Display: 12.1″ LCD
Resolution: 1024×768 XGA
Widescreen: No
Graphics Chipset: Integrated PCIx Intel® 915GM Video Chipset
Graphics Memory: Up to 128MB Shared
Other: VGA Out

Hard Drive Type: UDMA ATA/100
Hard Drive Capacity: 80GB
Optical: DVD Dual +/- DL; 24x CDR, 10x CDRW, 8x DVD-R, 4x DVD-RW, 8x DVD+R, 4x DVD+RW, 2.4x DVD+R DL

Wireless: 802.11a/b/g
Ethernet: 10/100 Ethernet
Bluetooth: No
Mobile Broadband:

Audio Chipset: SoundBlaster Pro Compatible (16-bit)
Internal Speakers/Microphone: Integrated Mono Microphone
Audio I/O: 1 microphone/line-in port, 1 headphone/speaker/line-out port
USB: 3x USB 2.0
Firewire: 1x 4-pin
PC Card: 1x PCMCIA
Flash/Memory Card Reader: 3-in-1
Other: touchpad

Biometric/Fingerprint: No
Trusted Platform Module (TPM): No

Software & Warranty:
Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP Pro, Linspire OS 4.5 maybe an optional OS
Other Software: Nero OEM Suite v6, ASUS DVD Player
Warranty: 1 year Limted Warranty
Drivers: See Micro Center

Battery: Lithium Ion
Options: 3-cell
Battery Life: 2+ hours

Width: 10.82 inches / 274.83 mm
Depth: 9.25 inches / 234.95 mm
Height: 1.17 inches / 29.72 mm
Weight: 3.3 pounds / 1.5 kg

WinBook X610 Reviews and Articles:
LAPTOP Magazine – February 2006 – All told, the acceptably performing WinBook X610 is easy to hold and carry in a backpack or briefcase. However, potential buyers should consider its assortment of quirks when deciding whether or not this lower priced lightweight is worth its weight in savings.

MobilityGuru – January 2006 – The X610 is a decent, modestly capable portable laptop computer. It offers a sufficient combination of smaller size, lighter weight and basic computing power that make it a reasonable choice for those seeking the most portability for the least expense

HardwareCentral – September, 2005 – 3 out of 5 stars – we’re not blind to the appeal of a $1,400 ultraportable, especially one whose screen, keyboard, and hard disk are all larger than its ritzy rivals’. As wardrobe accessories go, it’s definitely in style.

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