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Fidelity Electronics VPC netbook is all up in your business

Darren Murph
02.28.09
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We're not quite sure we understand the process behind making a Very Personal Computer, but clearly, Fidelity Electronics has it nailed down solid. In what's apt to be the silliest, albeit most awesome netbook model name in the history of netbook model names, said company has just introduced its very own VPC. This incredibly intimate piece of machinery uses all 1.5 pounds of shell, every single megahertz and every last WiFi wave in order to completely invade your privacy, and we're even told that the 800 x 480 resolution display can wink and cast glances as it attempts to woo you. The VPC sports a 7-inch panel, 2GB of internal storage, a 3-hour battery, "100MHz internet browser" (stop laughing, we're being serious here), an Ethernet jack, SD card slot and a cherry gumdrop for a CPU. We're expecting this one to hit stores next month for $199.99, but don't be shocked if it just shows up in your bed, bathroom or favorite breakfast cereal.

[Via ChipChick]

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