The Korean company Moneual has an ultra-compact mini-PC. The MiNew A10 is only 20 x 21.5 x 7cm, and can be powered up by either an Intel Atom 230 or 330 platform. The diminutive PC has 160GB HDD and 1GB RAM. The HTPC was designed for use with a TV and has a suggested price of 400,000 KRW (~$312.00.) We are thinking that at the rate the new minis are coming out, desktops may soon become dinosaurs.
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It’s Packard Bell’s turn to release a netbook. They have decided to make the “dot” more family friendly, since most of companies are going after business types. The mini-PC is 8.9-inches and has an Atom processor with 160GB hard drive, 1 GB RAM, and runs Windows XP, for those who are still nervous about Vista. Options include a webcam, a 3G module, and a 6-cell battery for longer life. Look for the dot in a European release first for £315 (~$584.00.)
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