Haleron’s Swordfish Mini smartbook has been featured in this short video which shows off what you can view through its 7″ display that runs off Windows CE. While this isn’t as great as a netobok, it does have enough muscle to do what Windows CE can, including running Microsoft’s mobile office suite with aplomb alongside the latest mobile version of Internet Explorer and Windows Media Player without missing a beat. Since Flash Lite is supported in Windows CE, this means YouTube videos are ready to play on the Swordfish Mini without requiring any updates or software upgrades. No biggie, considering Adobe Flash Player 10.1 for Android, webOS, and other platforms ought to hit the market any day now. Interested? Haleron is selling the Swordfish Mini anywhere from $139 to $199, depending on the quantity you purchase.

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