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The problem with your product not existing is that it's hard to make money off of it, and after a while, would-be buyers start to hate you and everything you stand for. On the plus side, redesign costs hover near zero, so why not play around and shoot for the moon with wild specs that we'll likely

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August 25, 2009 at 4:23AM
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When it was introduced two years ago, the premise of the Hybrid Dual Portable Computer was simple: mobile OS up front, Windows XP below, and ugly all over. The most recent refresh was a big visual improvement, but MIU apparently isn't done, teasing another new version that looks far sleeker and pac

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It's huge, no doubt. But MIU's HDPC must be to pack such a broad list of specifications. First spotted as a prototype back in 2006, the 163 x 67 x 24.5-mm / 387-gram brick is now expected to go retail in July for up to ???500,000 or a US-equivalent pricing of just $500. That's dirt cheap for what t

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Sometimes you just can't be all things to all people, something or someone is going to suffer. Still, that hasn't stopped MIU technology from developing this new M*free HDCP -- Hybrid Dual Portable Computer. This Windows XP device features a QWERTY thumbpad and VGA screen of unspecified dimensions.

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