ZaReason Teo Pro Netbook: Test Drive Ready for Takeoff

I’ve had an affinity for netbooks since they entered public consciousness sometime in late 2008. Despite the limitations of my Dell Mini 9, I loved it dearly. Now that Atom CPUs are getting more powerful, drives are getting smaller, and components are maturing, ZaReason has decided to pack together a good chunk of that new hardware into its new Teo Pro Netbook, and the company was kind enough to send me a review unit. Here are some first impressions …

Check out the full tech specs of the Teo Pro here, but the unit packs 2GB of RAM and a 1.66 GHz Atom CPU. SSD options are available, but my unit came equipped with 160GB HDD.

At first blush, the Teo Pro felt rugged. The top of the case is a brushed metal that gives that feeling of toughness. The bottom of the netbook, however, is standard plastic. Still, the build quality felt more sturdy than the Dell Mini 9, and for that, I’m happy — netbooks can take a beating.

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