Pegatron’s attempt at entering the netbook market provides an example of a unique approach.
Realizing that most people nowadays are on some sort of social network and that the amount of communication done through electronic means is constantly increasing, Pegatron has become creative and integrated Google, MSN, Skype, and Yahoo! keys into its Vivid prototype netbook.
Furthermore, the Vivid is unique in that it is powered by NVIDIA’s Tegra chipset, although it’s not the first electronic device to be powered by this chipset.
Pegatron’s Vivid netbook features a matte-display and a battery that is integrated into the netbook itself. This netbook also has 1080p output via its HDMI port.
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