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Default UMID MID, 315g super mini laptop <-This one is small - 11-12-2008, 03:27 PM ... aptop.html

Hmmm maybe this would be the smallest nanomac.

Defiantly to small for comfort but thought others may be interested.

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Default Re: UMID MID, 315g super mini laptop <-This one is small - 11-14-2008, 01:12 AM

We used to call those Palmtops, 10 years ago when they were popular.. I think it's awesome that it has the same resolution as the Mini9 on a 4.8" screen. I bet that screen costs 4x what ours does, though. I imagine it runs OS X nicely..

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Default Re: UMID MID, 315g super mini laptop <-This one is small - 11-14-2008, 05:00 AM

Looks nice, but I don't even see a Shift key on the right side.
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