I found this very interesting reveiw at AnandTech. It's the ECS i-Buddy 4 Pentium 4 1.6GHz
. now what makes an I-buddy. well for one it's not a notebook though it's the size of one. It's a desktop system in a notebook configuration. it uses regular DDR 266 ram (chipset supports DDR333) and it has no battery in it(they needed all the room they can get.)
You can get an external battery for the "notebook". In times where we are seeing lines blurred between notebooks and PC's, there are more and more interesting products rolling out.One unique feature of the i-Buddy 4 that comes as a result of its desktop heart is its BIOS. As a desktop BIOS, the BIOS on the i-Buddy 4 is far more featured than the BIOSes we are used to seeing on mobile solutions. The BIOS allowed us to set the CAS latency for the memory, set the video memory size, and alter the TV output setting of the system. In fact, the BIOS even supports overclocking by increasing the FSB and memory clock speeds in increments of one megahertz. The FSB speed can be increased from 100MHz up to 200MHz and the memory clock can be brought up from 133MHz to up to 255MHz. The BIOS is an AMIBIOS. And don't be scared to push the system to the max: simply unplugging the unit and holding down the power button resets the BIOS settings to default.