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Thomas McGrath III 3mcgrath at comcast.net
Sun Mar 16 01:07:36 EDT 2008


That computer doesn't even exist. It is a planned prototype. and since  
the article is from last year it never was produced.
.76 down to .16

<And unlike other computer prototypes, including some from Intel, this  
one actually may line the shelves of a retailer before long. Intel  
hasn't announced an official release date but people familiar with the  
matter say a PC maker will announce plans to start manufacturing the  
machine later this year.>


On Mar 15, 2008, at 10:20 PM, Chipp Walters wrote:

> Whatever.
> and it's Chipp, with 2 p's.
> And here's one thinner. So there. Big  deal.
> http://www.businessweek.com/technology/content/may2007/tc20070523_272039.htm
>
> On Sat, Mar 15, 2008 at 6:12 PM, Joe Lewis Wilkins <pepetoo at cox.net>  
> wrote:
>> Frankly, Chip, the phrase "average thickness" was mine; not Apples. I
>> just didn't want to list the max and min; and I believe the max
>> thickness of AIr is less than 0.8" @ 0.76" Min. @ 0.16". You made me
>> look it up.
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