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    Here's a link to a review on the Cappuccino PC. Pricey, but cool non the less.
    Cappuccino PC
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  • #2
    why does this little thing keep popping up ?every now and then.

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    • #3
      Very interesting...
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      • #4
        That pc has been all over the net since last yr if i recall. Also i have always suspected anything that small will have its ups and down. Before you jump into buying one, i strongly suggest u talk with someone that already have one.
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        • #5
          Besides the dealers, right? Cuz I bet the dealers have a whole bunch of them. I'd rather not talk to them for a negative opinion.
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          • #6
            www.directron.com
            I know it's really expensive, but small systems interest me
            I was really thinking of getting the expresso last year, but learned the sound sucked. I've got the new MSI case now, but i could fit the cappucino in the glovebox, with room to spare!
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            • #7
              i heard the sound was just a driver issue and it was fixed, plus its an advanctech embeed motherboard which are good A(built in sound) saw on eof these on ebay advertised by manufacture a while back for 950US


              takes the fun out of building a comp though

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              • #8
                whoa! that ezgo thingy is almost cool enough for me to justify buying. But, it uses laptop hardware (RAM, HDD)--which is real darn expensive
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