Hercules has launched a new range of eCAFE netbooks, the eCAFE Slim HD and the eCAFE EX HD, both models are designed to be ultra portable, and the EX HD is designed to provide up to 13 hours of usage.
Both models comes with a Cortex A8 processor, and Linux as the OS, you get 512MB of RAM a standard and 8GB of storage in the eCAFE Slim HD or 16GB of storage in the eCAFE EX HD, plus 50GB of online storage.
Both of these new eCAFE netbooks feature a 10.1 inch LED backlit display with a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels, there is also 802.11b/g/n WiFi, Ethernet, three USB 2.0 ports and a min USB port, other features include a web camera and microphone.
Both models will go on sale in April, with the eCAFE SLIM HD retailing for $229 and the eCAFE EX HD retailing for $269, you can find out more details over at eCAFE.
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