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We're used to seeing nettops from the likes of Asus and Acer, but EMTEC's the newcomer in this field and let's see what we're working with. At about one inch thick by TechDigest's estimates, the G Box (working title) certainly compact, and we definitely give points to it running NVIDIA's Ion platfo

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July 3, 2009 at 1:26AM
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Here it is folks, the next netbook that you'll soon be forgetting. As we'd heard, EMTEC has officially launched the Gdium Mobile Netbook here in the desert, and now we've got the specs that we've been so anxiously waiting for. Under the hood you'll find an elusive CPU based on the MIPS-64 architect

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While EMTEC clearly knows how to have a good time, it's getting back to business with the Gdium. If you'll recall, we heard about this here netbook eons ago, but since then, we've been too overwhelmed by countless Eee models and various changes in Wind direction to even give this fellow a second th

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Here's what we can tell you about the Emtec gdium EM-PC mini-laptop; It does not resemble the ASUS Eee PC at all. It does contain an 8.9-inch 1024 x 600 display, flash-based storage (though no word on capacity), a Linux-based OS, and a webcam. The company is toutin

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It looks like Emtec is continuing to branch out from its media-based roots, with the company now following up its recently-announced PMP with its new Movie Cube -R \"multimedia hard drive.\" In addition to offering ample amounts of storage, this one boasts both video-in and video-out ports to hook it

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Try not to yawn too hard on this one, but Emtec has loosed a fairly boring PMP that does manage to do a so-so job in the attractivity department. This 2GB unit sports a 2.2-inch color display, an SD / MMC expansion slot in case a couple gigabytes aren't enough, support for all modern flavors of Win

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