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Friday, 19 October 2007 12:49

Gigabyte U60 UMPC tested

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TweakTown has an exclusive full review


TweakTown
has done the world’s first in-depth review of the Gigabyte U60, which Fudzilla first saw at Cebit, here, in March.

It looks like this product will be ready for retail shelves very soon, and with such a glowing review we can see why.

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Sublimely designed, it seems to have everything that is required for a small device, and is certainly going to be a viable alternative to the Eee PC, which Asus just launched earlier this week. Check it out here.
Last modified on Friday, 19 October 2007 20:43

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