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Sharp's ultrathin Actius MM20 laptop

Peter Rojas

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Sharp's half-inch thick Actius MM10, which at one point was the world's thinnest laptop, never got much love from anyone, mainly because of its hand cramp inducing keyboard and its eye strain inducing screen (hey, that's what you get for buying the world's thinnest laptop). Sharp hasn't made the screen any bigger, but they do say that their followup to the MM10, the Actius MM20, they've improved the keyboard layout and upgraded it by adding an Efficeon processor (Transmeta's answer to Intel's power-saving Centrino chip), built-in 802.11g, and doubling the RAM to 512MB.

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