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tombraider
Just spotted this at Conics.net:

http://conics.net/shop/frames/index-frames.html

(Now that I just paid a small fortune for a C3200; I see this.)
ULhume
QUOTE(tombraider @ Jan 22 2007, 01:36 AM)
Just spotted this at Conics.net:

http://conics.net/shop/frames/index-frames.html

(Now that I just paid a small fortune for a C3200;  I see this.)
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This is not the same family at all : http://www.pdafrance.com/articles/article....portable&id=442

Sorry, it is in french but specifications are easy to understand
Antikx
It doesn't look nearly as pocketable either.
DaemonsGR
This is a ultra-small laptop not a PDA smile.gif
Cyberdoc1971
It's been around a while, but not new either.
speculatrix
from memory...
the mebius muramasa (named after a famous sword maker in Japan) was the king of the ultraportables.

it wasn't in production long, and sadly didn't get the hardware upgrades to justify the extraordinarily high price, and you were stuck with 802.11b

ah yes, more details... with help from google...
http://www.mobiletechreview.com/notebooks/...mebius_CV50.htm
TRIsoft
Hi,
QUOTE
the mebius muramasa (named after a famous sword maker in Japan) was the king of the ultraportables.

"muramasa" is simply the word for the famous japanese
swords the samurai where fighting with.
QUOTE
it wasn't in production long, and sadly didn't get the hardware upgrades to justify the extraordinarily high price, and you were stuck with 802.11b

That's right. But if you look for a real beautiful piece of hardware,
you should get your hands on one.
We had one for testing a year or so ago. It was impressive.
Brilliant screen (even if you need a good pair of glasses on
full resolution) and it's the right device if you want to see
some eyes popping out if you put it on the table while you're
in a boring meeting biggrin.gif

///TRIsoft

Marc Stephan
cycle_55
QUOTE(TRIsoft @ Jan 22 2007, 03:46 PM)
Hi,
QUOTE
the mebius muramasa (named after a famous sword maker in Japan) was the king of the ultraportables.

"muramasa" is simply the word for the famous japanese
swords the samurai where fighting with.
QUOTE
it wasn't in production long, and sadly didn't get the hardware upgrades to justify the extraordinarily high price, and you were stuck with 802.11b

That's right. But if you look for a real beautiful piece of hardware,
you should get your hands on one.
We had one for testing a year or so ago. It was impressive.
Brilliant screen (even if you need a good pair of glasses on
full resolution) and it's the right device if you want to see
some eyes popping out if you put it on the table while you're
in a boring meeting biggrin.gif

///TRIsoft

Marc Stephan
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I m sold, where can I get one. I have some boring meetings coming up. smile.gif

cycle_55
kahm
Meh. The CV50 almost .75" *wider* than the Libretto U100

CV50:
225 x 158 x 31.1mm

Libretto:
206 x 162 x 34mm

The Libby has better specs all around, too. The Sharp definitely looks prettier, though tongue.gif
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