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Tuesday, April 8, 2008

The Alarm Clock With Net Browsing Option

by Madalin Szemkovics

Pix-L mini PC

A new concept for the Ultra-Mobile PC is hoping to attract Microsoft’s attention for reaching the retail stage. The Pix-L mini PC was designed for those that start browsing for daily updates every morning, right after they wake up.

It has an alarm clock integrated which acts as a support for the device, permitting us to start surfing in bed, right after we turn off the alarm that woke us. The UMPC can be separated from the alarm easily, if you want to use it anywhere else.

Jean Hong is the designer of this gadget and is hoping to get Microsoft interested in it. Although it’s still only an idea, it surely looks good for those that hate getting off the bed as soon as the alarm rings.


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