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'NetBook Week 4 - Au revoir NC10, bonjour...?' edition is now live!

Guest PaulOBrien

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Chris and I are proud to present the MoDaCo Netbook Week 4!

This week we're talking about:
  • Our Samsung NC10s from Handtec.co.uk
  • Aspire Revo / Eee Box
  • Eee 1004DN
  • Ubuntu 9.04 Release
    Touch Cruise '09 giveaway competition by writing down the code word we mention during this show!

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Guest awarner (MVP)

I see the EeeBox206 is mentioned but the new EeeBox208 should be out in June/July according to the email I had from Asus. The 208 also has the "ups" feature.

this is designed so in the event of a power failure you can do a controlled shut down rather than hope to keep it running until power is resumed.

This is still the device I'll be watching out for to replace my ageing and power hungry (all of 240w) shuttle :D

Just need to get some overtime in to pay for it.

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