Photos: Computex buzz on mini-laptops, chips

Manufacturers show off mini-laptops based on Intel's Atom chip, promising high performance and long battery life.

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At Computex 2008 in Taipei, the biggest buzz is about the developing new market for mini-laptops, sub-notebooks, "netbooks"
--whatever you want to call them. They're smaller than traditional laptops but larger than PDAs. Tech hearts are also going "buh-boom" over the revolutionary new chips running these tiny PCs of joy. To see what's being shown off at the international trade show, click here.

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