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WiBrain B1 UMPC gets SSD option

Darren Murph
May 19, 2008
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Look out! The world's ugliest UMPCs are all getting the SSD treatment, or so it seems. Just five days after Raon Digital added a 32GB solid state drive option for its Everun S32S Dic, WiBrain has introduced a SSD-equipped B1. Starting today, users can grab one of these devices with an 8GB, 16GB or 32GB SSD packed within, each of which will set you back ???399,000 ($383), ???549,000 ($528) and ???599,000 ($576), respectively.

[Thanks, Jenn]



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