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Apple appears to have selected the name iBook for its forthcoming consumer and education-oriented notebook Mac, better known by its codename, P1. The name 'iBook' has been assigned to the company as a trademark and follows naturally from the name 'iMac'. An earlier, much-fancied name was 'WebMate', given the machine's anticipated role as a portable Internet access system -- iBook retains that idea, but also ties the machine into the professional PowerBook line.

Tony Smith, theregister.co.uk

Just another Clamshell Clone: HP Mini 100e

More than 10 years after the release of the original iBook, Hewlett Packard launched the HP Mini 100e (Education Edition). The design replica even has a integrated handle and is targeted towards education market. Technical specs: Intel Atom N455 Processor (1.66 GHz, 512 KB L2 cache), up to 2GB RAM. A 10.1-inch LED-backlit display with a resolution of 1024 x 600. Windows 7 or Linux OS.

 

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