2nd January 2004 at 00:00
* US company Antelope has taken miniaturisation to new extremes with a fully functional computer that can be slipped into a shirt pocket. The Modular Computing Core (MCC) contains a high-speed processor, 256Mb of RAM and a 10Gb hard drive. Its operating system is Windows XP Professional and there are standard PC connections, including USB ports. It can be used as a conventional desktop by slipping it into a desktop cradle. It can also be linked to a tiny flat-screen display and used as a PDA.

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