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Tiny Kohjinsha Tablet Notebook Computer

In the U.S., small Netbooks are getting all the rave. However, in Japan, tiny notebooks are already abundant. Notebook manufacturers like Fuji and Kohjinsha have full-feature notebooks that are smaller than today's Netbooks. The Kohjinsha notebook, which is not available in the United States, shown in the photo below, is even a tablet PC. It has a fast processor with plenty of RAM. Its large hard drive lets it run Japanese Windows XP. Unlike today's Netbooks, it even have a PC Card or ExpressCard slot. This Kohjinsha Tablet PC costs about 80000 yen, which translates to about $727. It's about three hundred dollars more than today's Netbook, but, for some people, having the PC Card or ExpressCard slot justify the price.

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Chieh Cheng
Sun, 21 Sep 2008 05:54:24 +0000

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