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News: ClearView unveils the miPC Infinity site

Posted 12 years ago | News | 8 comments | Author: C:Amie

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ClearView Technology has unveiled their new home page, completely dedicated to their soon to be released mobile internet PC (miPC) - the Infinity.

The new site contains initial information on the Infinity, including the final release specifications for the highly portable, 310g (11oz) unit.
As this marks the beginning of the release cycle for the device, expect more details on the Infinity both from the ClearView site, and from HPC:Factor over the coming weeks.

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Posted on 13/12/2007 4:56:52 PM

Comments on this article

There are 8 comments for this news item

DonL0001 13 December 2007 6:38:16 PM

...Not a Bank Braker... ???

Regards, Don
CE Geek 14 December 2007 12:07:39 AM
You noticed that too? :p

A cool device nonetheless. I hope it truly lives up to that claim. :)
C:Amie 14 December 2007 5:40:49 AM
It isn't going to break the bank, or the back!

Shame, because my bank is already broken, just look at its share price :P
clintonfitchdotcom 14 December 2007 6:24:59 PM
I am very anxious to see this in person. Despite the price and some other concerns I have (MIPS processor) I think this could be a really cool device.
quiche 20 December 2007 10:29:24 PM
Looks to me to be the perfect handheld with everything I want.

But somehow I missed the price tag. Affordable means different amounts to different people.
C:Amie 22 December 2007 3:12:10 PM
Formal pricing will be released for it very soon.
DonL0001 30 December 2007 10:10:37 AM
The website accessory list specification says that an ethernet cable is supplied, but I don't immediately see any indication of ethernet connectivity.

What am I missing?

Thanks, Don
C:Amie 01 January 2008 10:55:14 AM
The formal spec that I have - as used in the devices spec's system - does state (cryptically) "Wire LAN / WiFi" which one assumes to mean an 802.3 interface.
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