Following the Asus Eee PC T91 convertible netbook reviews few days ago, now there is a new comer from Daewoo-Lucoms which has intention to enter mini tablet-pc market. Set the fight to Asus by announcing their new, Atom powered 8.9″ touchscreen convertible tablet mini netbook – Daewoo SOLO C920-mini.


Powered by a 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270 CPU paired with Intel’s 945 Express chipset, Daewoo SOLO C920-mini convertible netbook/tablet, could runs on Windows XP Home Edition (not the Tablet Edition).

Its 8.9″ touchscreen display offer 1024 x 600 resolution, 1GB DDR2 RAM, a 160GB 4200rpm HDD capacity in a size of 1.8inch , 1.3 megapixel camera, RealTek HD audio and SD/MMC card reader, connectivity using integrated Wi-Fi (802.11b/g/n), 2 x USB and RJ45 ports and PCI-E Ethernet, D-Sub.

Measuring in at 241.4 x 209.3 x 27.7mm and weighing in at 1.21KG, the Daewoo LUCOMS SOLO C920-mini is yet to be officially priced following its release to the Korean market. And, regretfully, there’s also no word from Daewoo as the time writing this article as to whether the SOLO C920-mini will meet a broader international release.


Daewoo C920 Mini Tablet Pc taking a total weight of 1.21kg with its dimension 241.4×209.3×27.7.

Unless you install Window 7 on this mini tablet, you won’t be able to fully enjoy the tablet experience.

Price: No relevant data yet.

[ Source: Akihabara; Lucoms ]