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World's smallest Windows 7 computer

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Fujitsu has developed what it calls the world's smallest Windows 7 computer. The FMV Loox F-07C is equipped with an Intel Atom processor, along with a 4-inch LCD display and sliding keyboard. The gadget also functions as a smartphone.

The computer will go on sale around mid-June. Price is expected to be around 80,000 yen.

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I'd buy one for £100 or 15000 yen. :)

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I wonder if it comes with a magnifying glass so that you can read the drop down menus?

Oh dear!

Poor beleaguered Microsoft.

Tablets

Zune

Kin

And now this!

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thats crap !

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the megane-sans love this gadgets as they screw up everyones eyesight so we need specks or new lenese every 6mths!

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Hope it has WiFi or a packet houdai service to DL all those updates

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bit early for win 8.

"And who needs this?"

theres always someone with different requirements to you...same old story..same old comments

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And who needs this?

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No thanks! Not even if it was free.

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There's always got to be a 'smallest something'....

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Computer might be small and we could have had teenie computers, cels, etc for decades but the limiting factor is we are humans and thus the interface to interact needs to suit us.

Try typing for a full day on such a small keyboard or looking at such a small screen all day.

Don't care how powerful the device is but I do like a full-sized keyboard and a 20+inch monitor for work. In addition I like to be able to read a CD/DVD/Blue-Ray and be able to plug in extra devices.

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World's smallest computer!? Can this computer install Visual C++ development tool and can this computer run a software compiling by this application? Even if it can do, I recognize this device is a computer.

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Windows! Ha. What a relic. Smaller and .... what's the point?

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An extra 20,000 yen and you've got yourself a Ma Book Air. I mean...what IS the point!?

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It is usable? Seriously windows 7 is not really built for smartphones

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Microsoft should promote this for vacuum cleaners. This would be the first of their products that does not suck.

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So small, when it locks up, you can hit ctr, alt, del with just one finger!

Taka

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Does anybody really want a computer that they have to boot up as a smart phone? What with the Androids and iOS out there, it seems that the entire atmosphere is shifting to "apps". I certainly wouldn't want to be doing an excel spreadsheet or making a powerpoint presentation on that baby.

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80,000 yen - good luck with that Mr Balmer. Android for me thanks

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Get your BSOD in every size.

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