Apricot maybe a name some recall as a company that went under back in 1999. The brand name was purchased and it is making its way back to store shelves in the UK plastered onto a netbook. The netbook in question is called the PicoBook Pro.
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The machine has a VIA Nano 1.2 GHz CPU and can be fitted with optional WiMAX connectivity. Other features include a 1024 x 600 resolution display, 1GB of RAM, 802.11g, 60GB HDD, Bluetooth and more.
The rig is good for four hours of battery life and it is set to launch on November 1st at £279 for versions running Linux. There is no word on the availability of models running Windows.
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