Core dump

p-Core-InHand.jpgThe Antelope MCC is a modular computer system. The basic computing part of it — processor, memory, etc. — fits into a block a bit bigger than a pack of cards. This can be inserted into a dock that provides I/O in a traditional desktop form factor, and then ejected and inserted into a laptop or palmtop. Yes, everything is slightly too big, and yes, the pricetag is more than slightly too big, but it’s pretty neat anyway. And it looks like this may be an incipient trend, which makes some sense.

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  1. Jenny
    Posted 10/29/2003 at 11:44 pm | Permalink
  2. Jenny
    Posted 10/29/2003 at 11:56 pm | Permalink

    Oops! The about should read:

    “Hey, I blogged about the MCC two days ago too =)
    Check out oQo’s Ultrapersonal Computer, I think it has a better form factor.”

  3. Posted 10/30/2003 at 6:44 pm | Permalink

    Uh, oh. Redundancy is no good. I’ll add your blog to my aggregator :). -A

  4. Jenny
    Posted 10/30/2003 at 10:39 pm | Permalink

    Redundancy isn’t that a big problem right? Considering how large the web is, people are bound to write about similar things. Besides I always think it’s cool when that happens because I don’t feel like I’m writing about something no one’s interested in. It also takes some of the anxiety out of posting. =)

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