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Updated Our Norwegian may be bad, but let us assure you that it is fluent compared to our command of the Thai language. Hardware site Vision 4D has just posted some pictures of what appears, on the face of it, to be an Intel branded PC. The machine, which uses a FlexATX board, has the Intel logo prominently displayed on the bezel of the monitor. We now have discovered that the machine runs the Linux OS, is powered by a Celeron 400MHz with 64MB of RAM. It has a phone for netphone, DVD player, and will cost around $699. It is intended to be used for video conferencing,and has a handset on the top. Intel hasn't given it a name yet, but it won't be called a PC, according to sources close to the box. ® See also Norwegian coppers nick DeCSS DVD geezers Intel comes clean on PC Com site

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