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Smoothcreations out with "Slice" netbook

As thick as two slices of bread

Cameron Wilmot | Sep 7, 2008 at 11:25 pm CDT (0 mins, 37 secs time to read)

Smoothcreations has just announced its Smoothbook "Slice" netbook and according to the press release we received, it gets its name since the notebook as thick as two slices of bread. Interesting logic right there but whatever works.

Smoothcreations out with Slice netbook

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Each 8.9-inch Slice netbook is custom painted, comes with an Intel Atom processor clocked at 1.6GHz along with a 100GB hard drive and 1.5GB of RAM from GSkill. It comes pre-installed with Windows XP but you can also have the option of Vista if that is more to your style. We don't have many other details at this stage.

Smoothcreations out with Slice netbook

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At press time there were no details on pricing, but is said to be available for purchase now from Smoothcreations and NCIX.

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