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World's 'smallest, lightest' laptop launches

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The mbook measures just 158 x 94.1 x 18.6mm and weighs only 315g, yet its diminutive 4.8in display has a 1024 x 600 resolution and appears to be stylus operated. A speaker sits on one side of the screen and a 1.3Mp webcam rests on the other.

Two versions of the machine appear to be available, one with a 1.1GHz Intel Atom processor and another with a 1.3GHz option. Both come with 1GB of memory, but the Flash-based storage provided ranges between 8GB and 32GB.

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Editor's note: appears to be running Windows XP, but it's still darn cute.




re: smallest laptop

Does the price include the microscope required to read a 1024x600 FOUR INCH display?

4 inches

Just squint your eyes real tight so you look korean and you can probably see the display. (just kidding)

re: 4 inches

Well, I guess a racist joke is better than what I expected when I saw the subject line!

Big Grin

re: 4 inches

Hah. I expected to see something like, "It's fine, as long as you know how to use it."

re: 4 inches

lolol, that would have a good one. Big Grin

arf arf!

arf arf!

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