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Elonex has been dabbling in small screen wares for quite some time now, so it's not a huge surprise to finally see it join the likes of BeBook, Sony and Amazon by introducing its very own eBook reader. Design wise, the 6-inch reader looks an awful lot like that played-out OEM model that everyone se

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Elonex' One t and slightly upgraded t+ netbooks are certainly an improvement over the original Elonex One but, as Plug In Blog's hands-on of the device shows, it still falls somewhat uncomfortably between the OLPC and a regular netbook. That said, for the £99 price tag (or less than $200), th

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The first Elonex One was an oddly-configured little beast, with the guts of the machine tucked behind the display for an unwieldy, top-heavy look that was only acceptable given the £100 ($199) pricetag and pseudo-tablet functionality it offered. That doesn't mean Elonex isn't after the rest o

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Sure enough, that 100 quid laptop we heard about early last week is already making the rounds, as the BBC caught up with the ONE at The Education Show in Birmingham, England. Granted, this thing is far from stylish (okay, so it's downright ugly), but it's hard to expect too much more given the ultr

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Everybody and their mother's got a super-budget laptop these days (see: OLPC, Eee PC, Cloudbook, Pixel Qi, etc.), and next at the table will apparently be Elonex, which intends to introduce the £100 (~$200) One on February 28th at The Education Show in Birmingham, England. Obviously the inten

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It seems that U.K. PC manufacturer Elonex's new management has, at the very least, encouraged some out-of-the-box thinking since purchasing the firm last year, with the result being some new products that only a Brit could love -- literally: like the Cube Play boombox we recently saw, the new LNXpf

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It's been nearly three years since Elonex delivered its original eXentia Media Center PC, but now the firm is hitting back with a new iteration along with an interesting boombox. The £999 ($2,045) eXentia pro all-in-one PC (pictured after the jump) boasts a 22-inch LCD and packs a 2.2GHz Inte

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