Intel’s own Litl webbook will be making a debut at CES 2010 which is happening just next week. First announced in November, the Litl will target those looking for an easy-to-use Internet computer for homes that will merge both the web with high quality viewing similar to that of a TV. Powered by an Intel Atom processor, you can use the Litl as a standard netbook or flip the 12″ display and keyboard around on its patented hinge to make it stand upright like an easel. We’ll definitely be taking a closer look at the Intel Litl there.
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