Mio shows at the Computex 2009 its N890 and N1210 netbook PCs. The N890 is powered by Intel’s N270 processor and has SSD for storage. It has a 8.9-inch LCD display as well as integrated GPS receiver and 3.5G WWAN module. It has an Apple MagSafe-like power connector.
Mio N1210, on the other hand, is a 12-inch netbook boosted by AMD’s Athlon Neo MV-40 1.6GHz processor and RS780M + SB710 chipset. It can handle 1080p Full HD video playback. Like the N890, the N1210 has integrated 3G module.
Both netbooks is expected to be released on Q3 2009. The N1210 will also be available with AMD Yukon and Congo platform. They will come with Windows 7 pre-installed.