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'that miniature notebook look even smaller.'
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'slower ultralow voltage CPU keeps a lid on performance'
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'the Lifebook P1620 has 802.11a/b/g Wi-Fi built in as standard.'
'The materials used are fantastic'
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'sleek and sexy high-end laptop'
'most lightweight systems'
'( view large image ) Horizontal viewing angles are good while vertical angles are okay as far as notebook screens go.'
'most attractive laptops'
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'the notebook is small enough to slip into an oversized coat pocket.'
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'none of the connections or jacks has a protective cover.'
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