GPS-Enabled Mitac Netbook Launched At IFA

In the ongoing Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA) fair in Berlin, MiTAC has introduced its new MiTAC Station that is said to be fully loaded to attract a major chunk of netbook users.

Flaunting a 8.9-inch screen display, the netbook runs on a 1.6 GHz Atom Processor from Intel, and the new device from MiTAC is all set to take on its rivals, notably the LG X110, with its effectual feature-set.

The other features of the device include – compatibility with both Windows and Linux operating systems, flexibility to choose from 200GB SSD or a 60GB hard drive, wireless and Bluetooth Connectivity options, and above all, an on-board GPS application that would help its users in finding their ways out in Europe; further, it also incorporates, a 1.3-megapixel camera, SD card section, VGA output, and 3 USB 2.0 ports.

The model is expected to ship in November in Europe and its 60GB Linux version would cost around GBP282, whereas, the 20GB hard drive version would have a price tag worth GBP400, a company’s official reported.