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Credit Card Computers... Not quite.
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November 1, 2005, 4:27 am
Posted By: Tenius
Category: Interesting     Rating: 4.4   
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Holy mother of crazy. Checkout the "thinnest" client ever. I figured that might suffice as one of the first posts. That's the kind of stuff people are interested in, right? I thought so.

quote[How 'thin' can a thin client get? How about one that fits into an existing wall-mount LAN jack box? The Jack-PC from Chip PC Technologies takes 'zero desk space' by converting existing enterprise LAN jacks into full-function Windows CE-powered thin client computers, without requiring additional cabling, according to the company.]
Link: http://www.windowsfordevices.com/news/NS3139003780.html
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The New, Mo-Betta, Mo-Betta.com
:The New, Mo-Betta, Mo-Betta.com:
November 1, 2005, 12:02 am
Posted By: Tenius
Category: Stupid     Rating: 5   
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Oh my goodness! Mo-Betta is back and Mo-Betta than before. You aren't allowed to pimp yourself on this site, but we are. This is the first post for what will be an Internet hilarity breeding ground. Enjoy, you guys.
Link: http://www.mo-betta.com
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