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What's new - netbooks revealed Dynamism Offering a Pre-order Special for the First 777 Customers Buying Viliv X70

Dynamism Offering a Pre-order Special for the First 777 Customers Buying Viliv X70

After the success of the Viliv S5 the company is continuing the series with the brand new Viliv X70, orders for which are already accepoted by Dynamism since 6th July. To tease even more the early buyers, Dynamism is offering the following pre-order specials, available only for the first 777 units ordered:

Express Model Pre-Order Special:
Free 1.3GHz Upgrade from 1.2Ghz, Car kit, Leather pouch, and Protective Film

Premium Models Pre-Order Special:
Free Standard Battery, Car kit, Leather pouch, and Protective Film ($195 value)

As netbook fans already know from different pre-reviews, the new Viliv X70 is beautifully-manufactured, features a great battery life, and has plenty of power to deliver a full, no-compromise, rich internet experience. And that's just the start of its capabilities.

The Viliv X70 features a 1024 x 600 7" WSVGA display, 32GB solid-state drive (SSD), and an Intel AtomTM 1.33GHz processor. Its battery lasts for a remarkable 5+ hours of movie playback (actual time), and its instant-on feature allows you to resume Windows XPTM from sleep in under five seconds. With 6 days of standby time, the X70 is a truly ultraportable device that delivers the full rich web experience. Rich web is complemented by rich media. The X70 supports 720p HD video playback, and features integrated Wifi, Bluetooth, and GPS.

The impressive UI technology includes on-screen keyboard with haptic feedback, and the Viliv "Cube UI" overlay allows you to designate blocks of up to 36 programs per category (5 categories, 180 total programs) and assign them to any of the available "bubbles". 

Find more information on the Viliv X70 and order from Dynamism here. 


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