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3K offers $299 notebook
« Reply #30 on: 2008.07.01, 02:49:18 »

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eCS on an eCS?
« Reply #31 on: 2008.07.10, 02:46:09 »
http://blog.laptopmag.com/ecs-g10il-headed-stateside-in-september-with-3g-connectivity-options
"ECS G10IL Headed Stateside in September with 3G Connectivity Options"
http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&q=ecs%20g101l&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&tab=wi
It would be neat to run eCS on this eCS.  ;D

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Jointech announce the $99 JL7100 7-inch laptop
« Reply #33 on: 2008.07.29, 00:42:43 »
http://www.gizmag.com/jointech-announce-usd-99-jl7100-laptop/9699/
http://www.gizmag.com/jointech-announce-usd-99-jl7100-laptop/9699/picture/48388/
http://www.jointech.com.hk/jl7100.html

The operating system is WinCE which it indicates it is embedded. Is there an embedded version of OS/2-eCS?  ???
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- Weight only 680g
- Can take anywhere every where
- No moveable parts used
- Power efficient design
- Rapid startup time
- User friendly
- Intuitive look & feel
- Built in wifi (optional)
- Documents & Email software
- Enjoy music & video
- Shock Proof
- Easy to learn and Use
- Full Internet and PC Connectivity
- Integrated full Alphabet QWERTY keypad
- Full Touch Pad Support for mouse
- Truly Ultra Portability
- Longest Battery Life
- Fun and Entertainment
- Various Storage Options
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raon digital everun
« Reply #34 on: 2008.07.31, 23:58:59 »
http://www.raondigital.com/fnt_english/ev01.asp
"Coming equipped with a QWERTY keypad built in and an auto rotating 4.8" Wide VGA LCD with 800 x 480 native resolution.

With its ultra power saving AMD Geode processor and high-capacity Lithium Ion batteries for exceptional battery life of up to 12 hours, the EVERUN enables you to enjoy a all day long on the go computing lifestyle.

Only weighing in at 460g and fitting in one hand, the EVERUN will be your TRUE Ultra Portable PC.

Now you can watch movies, listen to music, check your email, update presentations, take photos and chat with your friends anywhere anytime. Fill your life with much more fun and value! "

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The Asus Eee 1000 -- more power, still portable
« Reply #35 on: 2008.08.02, 01:02:02 »
http://www.os2world.com/content/view/16055/2/
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The fift. .. .

There seems to be more in this category since the EEE PC http://eeepc.asus.com and OLP http://www.laptop.org came out. There is suppose to be one from Everex called Cloudbook. http://gizmodo.com/gadgets/umpc/everex-targeting-the-eee-pc-with-the-new-cloudbook-332160.php There is one from Fujitsu.  http://store.shopfujitsu.com/fpc/Ecommerce/productoverview.do?type=TB&pgid=Tablets I have no doubt that there will be more to come.

http://www.computerworld.com/action/article.do?command=viewArticleBasic&articleId=9111083&source=NLT_AM&nlid=1
“The latest iteration of Asus' groundbreaking mini-notebook adds a faster CPU, a larger display and a better keyboard.”
Here is the newest version of the Asus EEE PC.  8)

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Re: Week of mini notebooks
« Reply #36 on: 2008.08.18, 23:37:47 »
fill your life with fun and value, hey BWG, if I owned the RAON id be fillin the FORUM with my BS 24/6.5, id need the point fiver left for some snoooooze, you snoze you lozeh?

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Re: Week of mini notebooks
« Reply #37 on: 2008.08.19, 02:56:42 »
I have no idea what you are talking about.  :-\

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Re: Week of mini notebooks
« Reply #38 on: 2008.08.19, 03:38:44 »
Lol, it's almost like reading Sab's posts, whats hilarious is watching them talk to each other. I swear, it's like a crypto exercise.

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Re: Week of mini notebooks
« Reply #39 on: 2008.08.19, 05:44:32 »
Re:

Lol, it's almost like reading Sab's posts, whats hilarious is watching them talk to each other. I swear, it's like a crypto exercise.

Hey Saijin_Naib,

Since when you have become like this and all the time I thought that I found your posts interesting reading. It seems that I will have to re-read the book - How To Win Friends And Influence People" to see what I have missed.

BTW, a little bit of laughing and entertainment is good for the mind, body and soul. Yes, objectively and (sometimes amusing) purposefully "hilarious" and entertaining.  ;D ::) ;D

What's the distraction. ??? While we wait for eComStation to arrive.

Best regards,

SAB

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Re: Week of mini notebooks
« Reply #40 on: 2008.08.19, 05:48:51 »
I jest, I jest. But, as I have said before in exasperation [others as well], your posts can be very difficult to follow. Modzilla seems to follow this trend, but instead of many references chooses to write in large, barely punctuated blocks with either a dialect or some other difference in expression that can make him hard to understand. It's interesting to see that neither of you two have trouble understanding the other, but I personally, have a bit of difficulty with both, hence the comment about a crypto exercise.

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Re: Week of mini notebooks
« Reply #41 on: 2008.08.19, 05:52:14 »
I want one of these, I'm leaning more toward the G Netbook because it's VIA powered and I want to support them, but I know I'll be sorely disappointed by the performance of the C7-M. I really want a VIA Nano based netbook to come along, so I can snatch it up and be trendy and green!

Sylvania G Netbook:
http://sylvaniacomputers.com/products.php?p=g



Sylvania Netbook Meso:
http://sylvaniacomputers.com/products.php?p=meso

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Re: Week of mini notebooks
« Reply #42 on: 2008.08.19, 06:21:49 »
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I jest, I jest. But, as I have said before in exasperation [others as well], your posts can be very difficult to follow. Modzilla seems to follow this trend, but instead of many references chooses to write in large, barely punctuated blocks with either a dialect or some other difference in expression that can make him hard to understand. It's interesting to see that neither of you two have trouble understanding the other, but I personally, have a bit of difficulty with both, hence the comment about a crypto exercise.

Hi Saijin_Naib,

Sorry to have not let you in on the fact that I flunked High-School so I was not able to make it to college doorsteps; also, my parents could not have afforded an house with a garage. Anyway, I did manage to understand a few things about material science and technology and if this subject is the "crypto exercise" that you refer to between "Modzilla" and myself then this is understandable.

BTW, the OS/2 World Foundation could not have been better endowed without someone that matches the leadership of Kim Haverblad, and, we just can't wait to battle with Sweden's Sweco in Micro-Computing using eComStation inter alia
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Sweden's Sweco gets Russian water contract

http://media.cleantech.com/1416/swedens-sweco-gets-russian-water-contr


So much for missing high school and college; or, was it the words Electro-Slag Refining Process (ESR). ??? Quite sure someone from the SWECO GROUP can say what ESR is all about.  ;)

Kindest regards,

SAB
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Re: Week of mini notebooks
« Reply #43 on: 2008.08.19, 17:15:46 »
I think the 'crypto exercise' refers to speaking in code? It would be like two spies speaking in a crypto or coded manor so that only the recepient understands what is being said? I could be wrong. It would not be the first time.  ;D

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Re: Week of mini notebooks
« Reply #44 on: 2008.08.19, 17:37:52 »
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I think the 'crypto exercise' refers to speaking in code? It would be like two spies speaking in a crypto or coded manor so that only the recepient understands what is being said? I could be wrong. It would not be the first time.  ;D

Ghee Whiz BigWarpGuy! I often keep wondering what is it that the Electric-Arc, the Electro-Slag Refining (ESR) Process; and, the Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) all have in common. How about substituting the word "spies" for "intelligence" (other Intelligent life forms, Quarks...).  ;D

And, not forgetting the Laser Beam then the titanium skins would mind at Mach 28)

Hope you are having a fun day today.  ;D ::) ;D
 
Best regards,

SAB
 
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