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Digital Cube G43: World’s Smallest Windows XP UMPC

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While the Pocket PC and smartphones are enough for most of us who need a pocket computer, sometimes a full-on version of Windows is what you’d like. The Digital Cube I-Station G43 aims to solve this problem by providing a complete Windows XP computer in a palm-sized UMPC (Ultra Mobile PC) device.

Digital Cube I-Station G43

The G43 packs a punch with a 4.3-inch (800 x 480 resolution) touchscreen, 256MB of RAM and a 60GB hard drive running on a compact AMD Geode CPU. Also on board are Wi-Fi, USB and Bluetooth connectivity. The machine can also run Linux, but doesn’t have the horsepower required to run Vista.

The amazing little computer will cost $700 when released later this year. Magnifying glass not included.

[via CebitVideo via Gizmodo]