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When it comes to splashy doodads, the Consumer Electronics Show hasn't disappointed. Here are just a few of the gadgets arriving soon in a store near you.
S-XGen Ultra Mobile Portable Computer
S-XGen Ultra Mobile Portable Computer

Pricey mini-PCs are supposed to be the next big thing in computing, and Seamless Internet's new mini-PC "for serious business users" aims to be a leader. The 14 oz. device purportedly has an 8-hour battery life and a fold-out keyboard meant to silence two key criticisms of these ultra small computers: power drain and "dumb thumb." Other features include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and tri-band cellular technology plus an Intel PXA 270 Xscale 520 MHz processor, 256MB of RAM, a 20GB hard drive, and Microsoft Windows CE 5.0.

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