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Old 03-31-2011, 02:10 AM   #1
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LXer: Hercules eCafe Netbooks ship with Gnu/Linux


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Hercules has launched a new range of eCAFE netbooks, the eCAFE Slim HD and the eCAFE EX HD. Both models comes with a Cortex A8 processor, and Linux as the OS, you get 512MB of RAM a standard and 8GB of storage in the eCAFE Slim HD or 16GB of storage in the eCAFE EX HD, plus 50GB of online storage.

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