Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Meet Kohjinsha EX6. Convertible 11.6 inch netbook

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11.6 inch 1366 x 768 touch screen
1.6Ghz Intel Atom N270 with 1 to 2 GB RAM
160GB 2.5" SATA 5400 rpm HDD
DVD multi burner
1Gbit LAN
WiFi b/g/n
Bluetooth ver 2.0+EDR
Express card 34
Dual camera (front+back)
Stick pointer (on side of screen)
Rotation, shutter and multi-rocker buttons
Track pad pointer
2x USB 2.0 ports
1x SDHC, 1x microSDHC
1x analog VGA out
size: 300 x 231.5 x 26-33.8 mm
weight with battery: 1.7Kg
battery: 2600mAh [14.8V]

Starting at $835 from

EX6 at

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Anonymous said...

Looks OK so far, but the battery is too small and the screen to big. No more Netbook may a Notebook.

Anonymous said...

1.7Kg..isn't it a bit heavy for this kind of product?

tmarks11 said...

I don't know why the Fujitsu P5000 series didn't catch on. It was this size (in 2003), with a bay that could hold either a cd drive or an extra battery. That solved the problem of sff+cd=no battery that this one faces. And I swear that the low power 900 MHz Pentium-M processor in it was just as fast as the Atom.

Other then that, I want one.... if it had a CULV processor...

Anonymous said...

sad to not have the CULV CPU


JLM said...


Will you test it?

sargeaxa said...

I like the idea, but the battery is just... funny.. there's gotta be something else... this is just.. nothing.. I can't believe this battery.

Anonymous said...

maybe the battery is polymer?

Anonymous said...

Hey, I have an idea. Lets put a woefully underpowered processor in a freakin huge convertible with an undersized keyboard and a 1.5 hour battery (if that) and sell it for more than $800. Ahh darn, Kohjinsha beat me to it.

Am I the only person desiring a reasonably priced 8.9" tablet with a half way decent processor in it? For $800, a Z550 would be nice. Heck for $800, a SU9600 wouldn't be bad either.

At 11.6", it's not far from the 12.1" HP TX2Z with a much more powerful processor at a cheaper price.

I think this is one of the worst Kohhinshas yet, but it's nice they are thinking outside the box still.

Anonymous said...

Massive fail.
Multitouch or gtfo.

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