Made exclusively for the Asian market, the NEC Versa E400 was a notebook PC from Japanese-based technology company NEC. It was released for sale in 2002 and had a starting manufacturer's price of £649. The NEC Versa was designed as a bare-bones computer, suitable for the most basic computing tasks.

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Processor, Memory and Drives

The processor of the NEC Versa E400 was a 1.5-GHz Intel Celeron. NEC set the installed memory at 128 MB, and the laptop also included a 20-GB hard drive and a 24x CD-ROM drive.

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Graphics and Ports

The NEC Versa E400 shared 32 MB with the integrated SiS 650 graphics chipset for its video and graphics, including display support for up to 1024 x 768 resolution. Its ports included an S-Video connector and four USB 1.1 ports.

  • Made exclusively for the Asian market, the NEC Versa E400 was a notebook PC from Japanese-based technology company NEC.
  • The NEC Versa E400 shared 32 MB with the integrated SiS 650 graphics chipset for its video and graphics, including display support for up to 1024 x 768 resolution.
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Physical Characteristics

The NEC Versa E400 notebook was about 1.3 inches thick and weighed about 3.18kg. Its screen was a 14.1-inch LCD panel.