Xitrix TravelPro M10 Netbook

A Philippine-based company called Xitrix has assembled their own netbook and the specs are a bit souped up. Check out the photos and specs after the jump.

Xitrix TravelPro M-10
10.1″ glossy screen @ 1024×600 pixels
Intel Atom N270 1.6GHz
Intel GMA 950
320GB HDD (upgradeable to 500GB)
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
Built-in 3G Module (optional)
Bluetooth 2.1 with EDR
3 x USB 2.0 ports
1.3MP webcam
3-cell & 6-cell battery
Multi-card reader
External DVD+RW drive
Windows 7 Starter

Yugatech 728x90 Reno7 Series

The 6-cell model without the 3G module has a regular price of Php22,995 while the one with the 3G is about Php27k. Xitrix has been dealing with companies and SMEs before and only now that they are introducing their products to regular consumers.

They have an introductory promo price of Php4,000 discount on these netbooks if you buy them on or before Friday the 13th (that makes it Php18,995 for the specs above). Their sales line is (02) 926.82.79 or email [email protected].

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Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech with over 20 years of experience in the technology industry. He is one of the pioneers of blogging in the country and considered by many as the Father of Tech Blogging in the Philippines. He is also a technology consultant, a tech columnist with several national publications, resource speaker and mentor/advisor to several start-up companies.

32 Responses

  1. Avatar for mak mak says:

    a unit with a 3g modem costs around 26k. Talo tayo sa processor but with the other specs? good na, considering it’s their first notebook.

  2. Avatar for Abe Olandres Abe Olandres says:

    Hi guys,

    Talked to the sales rep of Xitrix that day and she told me they’ve been doing business providing PC products to big corporations like Air Philippines, Ayala, DOE, DTI and Toyota, among others.

    It’s only recently that they are entering the consumer market. I guess as a business, they are already tested. Just that they are not familiar among regular consumers.

  3. Avatar for Dentures Boy Dentures Boy says:

    It looks good. Ayos sa presyo, pero hanngang ngayon na lang yan ah? Ok kaya yan boss abe?

  4. Avatar for Rommel Rommel says:

    Will wait for the review…wondering why the promo period is too short..up to tomorrow only.

  5. Avatar for Karl Mac Karl Mac says:

    I wish the os installed is citrix.

  6. Avatar for nanayMo nanayMo says:

    It’s true that people are wary of new brands, and these have to prove themselves first. But perhaps it may be true also that most are wary of this because it is a “local” brand, and something must be wrong with that line of thought.

    However, a review would be a great help.IMO.

  7. Avatar for bo bo says:

    looks class for me. but what they say, it needs mor description about d brand… but for specs of a notebook. its ok… graphics typical for a notebook. not intended for gaming

  8. Avatar for Daniel Tan Daniel Tan says:

    Don’t make negative assumptions too much, it’s true that people will wait for some review or further information regarding a new brand, nobody wants to be on the losing side right?

    Let’s wait for sir yuga’s review on this one. cheers.

  9. Avatar for Andre Marcelo-Tanner Andre Marcelo-Tanner says:

    theyre all the same, all from china :)

  10. Avatar for leo leo says:

    @Josh, of course, simply because the brands you mentioned are already tried and tested.

  11. Avatar for Josh Josh says:

    You know, if you get the exact same netbook, and slap a name-brand on it, like HP, or Acer, people would not be hesitant to purchase it or would not need to wait for reviews first.

  12. Avatar for Jhay Jhay says:

    Hopefully, more goodies will come out from this company and that their machines would be at par with the more well-known brands.

  13. Avatar for Kelvin Servigon Kelvin Servigon says:

    the specs are sweet plus a very nice price tag. BTW, Xitrix is a real Filipino computer company??? Cool!!!

  14. Avatar for iamupset iamupset says:

    specs are not bad, price is pretty good, graphics a little outdated..

    has anyone tried to do a stress test on this netbook?

  15. Avatar for Reel Advice Reel Advice says:

    Hm…looks interesting with the 4,000 peso discount. Without it though, it might be too much for its brand name.

  16. Avatar for IC DeaDPiPoL IC DeaDPiPoL says:

    Really wish they beefed up the GPU. The starter edition is really fine if you plan on achieving a longer battery life. Hope their next setup would replace that Intel GMA 950 with a 4500HD or an Ion.

    IIRC Xitrix was one of MS partners during the Windows7 promotion in the philippines.

  17. Avatar for tam tam says:


  18. Avatar for berkano berkano says:

    Interestingly, this thing comes with Windows 7, albeit the starter edition…

  19. Avatar for Pusang Kulog Pusang Kulog says:

    Have tested a Xitrix netbook while looking for a laptop last week… I must say that it is pretty good for its category except for the graphics chipset. The only thing that my friend was hesitant about buying it was it’s unfamiliar brand name. We were under the impression that the brand name was another computing company from China.

    I hope you sir yuga can tell more about the Xitrix company. A little info would be very much appreciated since this unit is pretty much attractive to low end users…

  20. Avatar for Pedro Pedro says:

    sir, i think i would wait for your review for this before i would even consider having a second look at it…

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