The eCAFÉ Ex HD netbook by US based computer manufacturer Hercules is a slim and lightweight netbook with a claimed battery life of 13 hours in what the manufacturer assumes to be normal usage conditions.
Just like the thinner and lighter Slim HD model the eCAFÉ Ex HD sports an unusual design with the screen folding down into the keyboard base for improved durability. It is powered by an ARM Cortex A8 Freescale i.MX515 processor and comes with 512MB RAM, 8GB Flash iNand and an 8GB SDHC memory extension card, 3 USB ports, Ethernet port, headphone and microphone connectors, SD card reader, a built-in 0.3MP webcam, and HDMI output.
The eCAFÉ Ex HD offers HD 720p video playback and resume from standby in under 4 seconds. It runs the Linux based Hercules eCafe Netbook OS, which is probably derived from the discontinued Ubuntu Netbook Edition looking at the product images and some of the included software packages, listed below:
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Hercules product page for the eCAFÉ Ex HD.
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