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PaceBook PaceBlade: The Tablet PC Arrives

PaceBlade, a startup company in Taiwan, has introduced the PaceBook which is a 3-in-1 computer. Acting as a LCD desktop, notebook and tablet PC all in one, the PaceBook uses a Transmeta chip and is entirely passively cooled. There are reviews of the PaceBlade available at Anandtech.com and Tech TV as well as several other places around the web. Priced at $2,095, the PaceBook isn’t cheap, and with a 600MHz Crusoe chip, it won’t be a powerhouse, but for those looking for a near-silent computer, this may prove to be a good solution.

PaceBlade, a startup company in Taiwan, has introduced the PaceBook which is a 3-in-1 computer. Acting as a LCD desktop, notebook and tablet PC all in one, the PaceBook uses a Transmeta chip and is entirely passively cooled. There are reviews of the PaceBlade available at Anandtech.com and Tech TV as well as several other places around the web. Priced at $2,095, the PaceBook isn’t cheap, and with a 600MHz Crusoe chip, it won’t be a powerhouse, but for those looking for a near-silent computer, this may prove to be a good solution.

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