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Old 03-25-2008, 10:20 AM   #1
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LXer: Tiny Asus computer great for travel, delicate hands

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We have some really good stuff this week: a super-thin graphics tablet and a teeny-tiny computer. Letís kick off with the tiny computer We were charmed by a new miniature computer from Asus. It has a full keyboard (if only we had miniature fingers ), built-in wireless connectivity, an Ethernet port, serial port and three USB ports. Itís 6 inches by 9 inches and weighs just 2 pounds. Thatís with the battery, so if you run it off the charger instead, itís just a little over a pound.



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