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    Amazingly cheap tiny PC's Perth, Australia

    Check these out, thought you all might be interested.
    http://www.e3.com.au/modules.php?op=...rder=0&thold=0

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    anyone know where to get these from?

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    I cant seem to find them on their site, if you can post a link please. If I end up finding it, I'll post as well.
    2011 Nissan Frontier SL
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    hey I need one or two can some one help get it to US

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    From looking at the specs on the machine it is using a PCM-5820 board with a Cyrix GXM 233mhz surface mounted processor. That model is now obselete and is replaced with the newer WAFER-5822-300 at 300mhz. I just found a price for the WAFER systemboard and it is $535 by itself! Looks like the VIA EPIA series is still a better choice!

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    535? No thanks. I like the size though. For that much, I can get another espressoPC
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    Where to get the mini Wizard PC's

    Netway Computers sell them here in Perth.http://www.netwaycomputers.com/contact_us.asp
    There is a forum setup for people who are interested.http://lists.ucc.gu.uwa.edu.au/mailman/listinfo/wizard/

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    Would have been good, except I just noticed that it does not have TV Output hense making it useless to most ppl without VGA displays.

    Does the netway setup come with a hard drive at all?

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    Yes, 5GB IBM, 32MB Ram. Check out the pictures from the first link.

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    That seems like a lot of money for very little out dated performance. You'll get alot more bang for your buck with the espressoPC or our EX1.
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