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AOpen shows next-gen mini PC

Marc Perton
02.24.06
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Remember AOpen? The company made headlines earlier this year with its mini PC, a small form factor box that critics found to be a little too similar to the Mac mini. Well, AOpen has redesigned the mini PC (or actually designed it for the first time, if you believe the first one was a direct Mac rip), and will be showing off the new version at CeBIT. The new version is apparently even more diminutive than its predecessor, with a total weight of about 5 pounds and measuring just 6x6-inches. It's expected to include support for WiFi, Bluetooth, IR, and will be able to run a number of Intel processors, including Core Duo.

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