Korean MID manufacturer Viliv introduced their S7 netbook a while ago, and it’s beginning to get some reviews. Some dislike the price, which is a high $800 for netbook, and others dispair of the small keyboard and the useless touchpad, while still others disparage the resistive touch screen.
Other reviewers look beyond the concerns noted above and describe the S7 as a “potent little portable “, with a long battery life. Let’s call the reviews ‘mixed‘.
Spec-wise, the S7 has an Atom processor, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of SSD (or 60GB of HDD), GPS, and a 7 inch 1025×600 LCD display. Dimensions are 210 x 117 x 26 mm (8.2×4.6×1 inch)with the weight at an even 800 grams (1.76 lbs) … it is indeed a wee PC.
Longish video review of the S7 after the jump…