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Raon Digital: maker of UMPC monstrosities meets its maker?

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There's nothing official yet, but evidence is mounting to suggest that Raon Digital has closed up shop in similar fashion to OQO before it. Following rumors of bankruptcy and anecdotal observations of limited stock and reduced service, all Raon Digital communications have gone silent and the website's been taken offline. If true, then the demise will be met with styli held at half mast by UMPC enthusiasts who were particularly fond of the overpriced ($879 at launch) and problematic Everun Note "premium" netbook. For everyone else, rejoice, your fears of a Vega 2 may have been assuaged.

[Via Pocketables]

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