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Old 01-09-2008, 01:21 AM   #1
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LXer: 2008 CES: Bug Labs Introduces BUG, BUGbase. So Cool!


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Bug Labs, a company I never heard of before, is releasing something very cool for all the hardcore geeks out there. Is it a computer, a GPS device, or a camera? What if I told you that it is all that and a whole lot more. BUG is a modular computer system that will appeal to those who like to tinker around with things. It is a GPL device that has modular components to enhance functionality, and it is fully programmable.

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