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Ultra-Compact PC Expands Connectivity, Power Options

Axiomtek announced a fanless embedded system that uses Intel's 1.1GHz Atom Z510 or 1.6GHz Z530 CPUs and measures just 5.2 x 3.8 x 1.87 inches. The & eBOX511-820-FL& includes gigabit Ethernet, CompactFlash storage, and four USB ports, and supports a wide range of power inputs, the company says....

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Asus Breaks into PC Makers' Top 5

The spin-off from the Taiwanese ODM breaks even with Toshiba as the fifth-largest PC maker in the world.

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Open Source Hardware Definition Released, First Open Hardware Summit

BoingBoing covers the launch of the "Open Source Hardware Definition" and the announcement of the first Open Hardware Summit....

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Portable Thin clients Are ThinkPad-Based

VXL announced two portable thin clients designed in conjunction with Lenovo. The 11.6-inch Itona TL100 includes a 1.0GHz AMD Athlon Neo MV-40 processor, while the 14.1-inch Itona TL412 has a dual-core, 1.86GHz Intel Celeron processor, the company says....

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Network Appliance Sports CompactFlash and Mini PCI Slots

Aaeon announced a four-port network appliance that supports Intel Pentium M and Celeron M processors plus a 2.5-inch internal hard disk drive...

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Tablets: The Next Big Open Source Opportunity?

All of a sudden, tablet computers are all the rage, with Apple's iPad stoking the fire. But Apple is hardly going to compete unchallenged in the tablet space...

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