Kohjinsha EX6 11.6-inch Convertible Netbook, images and specs

Kohjinsha is already known in the world of UMPC, netbooks and even the world mini TabletPC. But the trend of devices with Intel Atom in interior is to reach the 11-inch screen and has done so the Japanese company has presented Kohjinsha EX6.

This new convertible netbook has a screen diagonal of 11.6-inch touchscreen with a resolution of 1366×768 pixel and completely, it can rotate and use as a notebook with a stylus. As we have said, its processor is an Intel Atom, more specifically a 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270, but we would have preferred a N280, but in the end. Kohjinsha EX6 has supports up to 2GB of RAM and has a hard drive with 160GB capacity with 5400rpm. Also it has a slightly faster hard drive.

Kohjinsha EX6 netbook has brings WiFi b/g/n and Bluetooth 2.0+EDR, and Ethernet port. It is funny, but this model does not have a multi card reader, but in the front next to LED indicators have an SDHC card slot on the side and have a microSDHC card next to the Ethernet port.

It also has a camera front and rear along with a DVD recorder, which will suffer in terms of reaching this weight to be 1.7kg. Its dimensions are 300×231.5×26-33.8 mm. In addition, Kohjinsha EX6 11.6-inch Convertible has runs Windows XP and for the price is not reported.

Specifications of Kohjinsha EX6 11.6-inch Convertible Netbook are:
* 11.6 inch 1366 x 768 touch screen (no surprise, but Engadget reports it is resistive)
* 1.6 GHz Intel Atom N270 with 1 to 2 GB RAM
* 160GB 2.5-inch SATA 5400 rpm HDD
* DVD multi burner
* 1Gbit LAN
* WiFi b/g/n
* Bluetooth ver 2.0+EDR
* Express card 34
* Dual camera (front+back)
* Stick pointer (on side of screen)
* Rotation, shutter and multi-rocker buttons
* Track pad pointer
* 2x USB 2.0 ports
* 1x SDHC, 1x microSDHC
* 1x analog VGA out
* Size: 300 x 231.5 x 26-33.8 mm
* Weight with battery: 1.7Kg
* battery: 2600mAh [14.8V]

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Kohjinsha EX6 11.6″ Convertible pushes definition of netbook

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