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Big news from Zonbu - The Zonbu Notebook!

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I’ve just heard from the Zonbu folks this morning and they let me know that as of today Zonbu is releasing a notebook version of their low power, environmentally friendly desktop.

Some of the details in brief:
Affordable: The Zonbu Notebook starts at $279 with a $14.95 monthly subscription fee with the same acclaimed hassle-free plan as the Zonbu Mini Desktop.

Although the final version of the Zonbu notebook’s software won’t be available until early 2008, Zonbu fans eager to try it can order a Zonbu Notebook with beta version of software starting today; once the software is finalized their system will be automatically updated to the final version.

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