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Elonex shows off second Small, Cheap Computer

As inexpensive as the One?

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Updated Flush with the apparent sell-out success of its Small, Cheap Computer, the One, Elonex is preparing another model, this time with a more traditional laptop look.

Like the One, the One T sports a clamshell design, but this time the internals are located beneath the keyboard rather than behind the screen. The latter approach gives the One a rather ungainly look:

Elonex One and friend

Elonex One and friend: top heavy?

The One T follos the usual SCC style: 7in, 800 x 480 display; 1GB of solid-state storage; SD card slot; 802.11b/g Wi-Fi; VGA output; and three USB 2.0 ports.

Elonex One T

The One T: standard SCC look, specs

The CPU remains a mystery: Elonex describes it simply as "400MHz" - likely it's the same LNX Code 8 processor found in the One.

Elonex One T

Many colours

The whole lot measures up at 210 x 140 x 30mm and weighs 625g with the three-hour battery on board.

An alternative model, the One T+, comes with 2GB of storage.

As yet, there's no word on when Elonex will put the One T and One T+ on sale, or how much it'll charge for them. It's £129, which includes the usual Elonex £10 "deposit/delivery charge".

Thanks to Register Hardware reader Martin for the tip, and to Jason for the pricing.

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