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JVC Mini Note MP-XP7210

JVC, the well-known electronics company, has added ultraportable notebooks to its portfolio of VCRs and hi-fi equipment. Weighing just under a kilogram, the Mini Note MP-XP7210 is the lightest ultraportable we've seen to date. It's built around an ultra-low-voltage 800MHz Mobile Pentium III-M processor, has 256MB of memory, a 30GB hard drive and runs Windows XP. A second model, the MP-XP3210, features a 650MHz Mobile Celeron processor, 128MB of RAM and a 20GB hard drive.
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