Thursday, 2 August 2012

THD N2-A - an ultra-affordable running ICS - MacBook Air Killer

The N2-A a KIRF MacBook Air manufactured by THD (Thread Technology Company is an ultra-affordable MacBook Air look. You might have to see this look like device, which recently displayed at Computex 2012. Well, we all know that The Android OS is current leading on most mobile devices in the market and yet the Thread Technology Company (THD) proofs that Google’s platform could land on any device.

The Android Book that is what we call, looks like a tablet with a keyboard dock; like ASUS Transformers devices, running on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or Windows 8 is due to launch soon, and it is hard to tell the varies between Macbook Air and this astonishing inexpensive device. Therefore, we recon there will be another huge fight between Apple and THD alongside the ongoing lawsuits between Samsung and Apple relating the pattern ownership. Nevertheless, this new ultrabook will only be available few asian countries, for the time being and yet to be confirmed when it is attainable worldwide.

The N2-A (MacBook Air look-alike) is  powered a 1.2 Ghz Cortex A8 processor and has a 13.3" screen display (It’s not a touchscreen, as it’s only aimed to be used as a laptop) with a 1366x768 screen resolution. The default internal storage sails from 8GB Solid State Drive, but you can get 16, 32, or 64GB, however, you would expect to buy a higher price, consequently. The device has 2 USB 2.0 ports, audio jack, mini-HDMI port, full-size card reader, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, and also a 3G connection, which is handy if you aim to carry it around a lot.

You can purchase for the whole package just for $200 at retail price, however, bear in mind, there are two versions this ultrabook, an Android 4.0 version running an ARM CPU, that lasts for eight hours of battery life. And an Intel Atom variation running Windows 8 OS that comes with a dual-core atom processor but extends its price at $249, and the battery only lasts for three hours.

Therefore, we could vouch for its hardware combination, and that is utterly a bargain and good value for money comparing to Apple's Macbook Air hefty price. So see the demo video at Computex 2012, and stay tuned for more updates on this device. Please fellow us on
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Source: Engadget

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