Elitegroup Computer Systems, popularly known as motherboard makers ECS, are getting ready for their showing at CeBIT 2011, which will happen from March 1 – March 5 in Hannover, Germany. Read on to find out which products they’ll be showcasing.
The MB40 and MB50 notebooks will be powered by Intel Core processors and will feature 14-inch and 15-inch screens respectively. These screens will be LED backlit and will run at a resolution of 1336×768. The notebooks will also feature 6-in-1 cardreaders and various optimization options.
The E-series Classmate PCs will employ an Intel Atom processor along with a 10.1-inch display and 160GB hard drives, available in both SSD and disk drive variants. It will boast of a 1.3 Megapixel rotating camera and will include wireless connectivity options such as Wi-fi and Wimax on a 9 hour rated battery life.
The ECS eBook Readers will come in 9.7-inch, 8-inch and 6-inch screen variants with finger touch displays. They support both Android and Linux Operating Systems and various document formats. Connectivity options include Wi-fi, Bluetooth and 3G and the devices will also feature a music player.
ECS also plans to launch Tablet PCs, cashing in on the sector’s popularity of late. The Tablets will vary in sizes from 10.1-inch to 7-inch and will feature both Android and Windows-based Operating Systems. The Windows-based tablets will be powered by an Intel Atom processor and will support Wi-fi, Bluetooth and 3.5G. The Android variants will be powered by Marvell and Samsung processors and will feature the same connectivity options.
Apart from this, ECS will also show off All-in-Ones and other Desktop PCs based on their HTPC, Gaming and mini-ITX motherboards. There’s not long to go before CeBIT begins, and we’re hoping we find out more about some pretty cool products at the event.