Intel shows skinny laptop, world's media goes ape a month later

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The world's media today began falling over themselves to point their readers to BusinessWeek's report on the Intel-sponsored 'Metro' laptop, a 0.7in thick, low-weight concept design with an E Ink sub-display. Sound familiar? Reg Hardware had the skinny on the slimline notebook more than a month ago...

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