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Sharky Extreme : News From Inside The Industry November 23, 2007


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    By Vangie Beal :  May 9, 2002

    (ZDNET) NEC this week began taking orders on a new, all-in-one, compact PC for the Japanese market that the company says eliminates disruptive fan noise. Teaming with chipmaker Transmeta, NEC says its new NEC Mate incorporates a Crusoe TM5800 processor, a notebook chip. Thus, the new machine is smaller, uses less power, and operates more quietly than other desktop machines--it's so quiet, the company says, that the only noise it makes sounds like rustling leaves.


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