Hello Kitty


Sotec’s latest netbook may be Hello Kitty-branded, but it’s definitely no slouch when it comes to performance. Powered by an Intel Atom N270 1.60-GHZ processor and 1GB of RAM, it runs Windows 7 with ease, as you’ll see after the break.

The netbook was able to provide decent performance, from normal web surfing while data was being transferred in the background, as well as opening 400 pictures in Bridge, and even editing in Photoshop CS3.

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Designed by DeviantART user Ricepuppet, this custom Xbox 360 features a Hello Kitty theme, but unfortunately no matching gamepad. However, there is “more than enough stars, shades of pink, and cuteness to make up for it.” Click here for first picture in gallery.

The Sanrio charmer isn’t the only new mod he’s got, we also spotted consoles adorned with Halo Wars, Sonic the Hedgehog, and Chocobos (of Final Fantasy fame).

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If you’ve never considered a Netbook, much less a Hello Kitty branded version, for daily use, look no further than installing windows 7. Hit the jump to see it in-action.

How did it goes? Well AMAZINGLY WELL ! As you will see in the footage below, Adobe Bridge open in a blast all the pictures which were never been loaded before.

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