“SPANISH FIRM iUnika has shown off four new netbooks at a Free Knowledge Foundation sponsored LibreMeeting in Madrid, including a couple of super eco-friendly models sporting solar panels and made from bioplastic.
The little eco warriors costing between 130-160 Euros (about $180-$220), weigh in at just 700 grams, boast a 400MHz processor and run Linux.
Iunika has bestowed 64GB of flash memory on its little crotchtops, along with 128MB of RAM, WiFi and a 10/100 Ethernet card to pack under the bonnet of their eight inch, 800 X 480 resolution screens.”
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Source: The Inquirer
iUnika, a very green laptop maker in Spain has been showing off some interesting little netbooks. Made with a starch and cellulose casing, the casing is biodegradable, but one might rightly assume that the CPU, motherboards and other components are not. Some models sport a solar panel, allowing the laptop to recharge while shut down, a feat made possible by the fact that these netbooks will be in the 3W to 4W power range. Check them out at The Inquirer.