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Sharky Extreme : News From Inside The Industry December 24, 2007


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    AOpen Inc. is bringing Intel's newest designs to system integrators with a barebones "Sonoma" notebook system and BTX desktop case, as well as what it calls the first small-form-factor PCs based on Intel's Pentium M processor. The AOpen 1558J laptop (starting at $600) is built around the Pentium M with 533MHz front-side bus, integrated Intel Pro/Wireless 2200BG network adapter, and Mobile 915 Express chipset, as well as a 15-inch XGA display.

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