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Gateway has added two models to its Solo range of notebooks.

The Solo 3350 is blue metallic in colour, weighs 1.63kg and is 25mm thick. Aimed at punters who want a notebook with desktop functions, it is based on a Pentium III 600MHz, has a 6GB hard drive - upgradeable to 12GB - 64MB RAM, 12.1in display and costs £1599 (exc. VAT).

The Solo 1150 is a cheaper version - it comes with a Celeron 550MHz chip, 6GB hard drive, 64MB RAM, 12.1in TFT and costs £935.

Both are aimed at business customers and start shipping from the US vendor today. ®

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