Looks like miniaturization is in full swing and nanotechnology is the way to go when it comes to everyday devices. Compulab of Israel has managed to develop the CM-X270 computer that shares the same dimensions as a credit card! This tiny device comes with a quartet of USB ports, a PCI bus, 128MB RAM, 512MB of flash memory, and an integrated AC ’97 audio chipset that are running on an Intel XScale processor. Not only that, the CM-X270 comes with WiFi capability to hook up with a network near you. It costs $47 a pop in quantities of 10,000. Yes, we can scarcely believe it ourselves.
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