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Mouse Computer Unveils Appropriately Small Netbook

When you’ve got a name like Mouse Computer, you can’t be expected to sell giant laptops and oversized monitors. That’s why it only makes sense that the latest creation from Mouse is a tiny subnotebook. Well, I shouldn’t say tiny, because it’s pretty much the same size as every other subnotebook on the market.

Getting specs that are much in line with the MSI Wind and Samsung NC10, the Mouse Computer G1000 netbook gets a 10.2-inch WSVGA display, Intel Atom processor, 1GB RAM, WiFi, XP Home, and an integrated webcam. The 160GB hard drive is probably bigger than most other netbooks though.

Mouse hasn’t squeaked about the price on the G1000 little lappy yet, but it does expect to start shipping the netbook next month.

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