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Do you think that the VAIO UX series UMPC is old fashioned and boring? Well, check out what some folks over at MicroPCTalk did to the UX490 (the latest UX model from Sony, which was released back in November 2007). Modifications include:
- The original 48GB SSD has been replaced with a 128GB SSD
- Core 2 Solo U2200 1.2GHz processor replaced with a Core 2 Duo U7700 1.33Ghz processor, overlocked to 1.438GHz
- Included E169 Huawei terminal for 3G
- Quad-boots Mac OSX Leopard, Windows 7 Ultimate, Windows Vista Business and Windows XP Pro
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