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      12-29-2009
TechwareLabs has published a review of the Jet-Way ION-TOP HTPC, based on the Intel Atom:

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What stands out from the specifications is the fact that this model uses the older but still capable Atom N270 in liu of the newer N280 that can be found here. Aside from the processor difference we don’t see anything that separates these two models. Additionally our model comes equipped with the 3 cell battery which while affecting battery life it does have the benefit of being lighter and fitting more flush with the unit. Also it should be noted that while these models do come with Windows XP ours came sans OS giving us the opportunity to test its performance with the new Windows 7. Our test unit also did not come with the optional Bluetooth which we highly recommend for its ability to allow you connections to things like cell phones, mice, speakers, and all manner of other peripherals without the need to an additional adapter.
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