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PC makers spiff up for Vista

"Sony Corp. on Sunday unveiled a white, round-shaped living room PC media center"...."Toshiba Corp. is also taking a design leap of its own, going for the first time with a non-gray color scheme. Its upcoming Vista-powered Portege R400 is glossy white "..."Hewlett-Packard Co. is debuting its "TouchSmart PC," a new all-in-one computer and touchscreen display designed to be used in a kitchen nook, family room or living room. It lets users scribble notes on the screen..."

http://www.wkrn.com/nashville/news/ap-pcs-spiffed-up-for-launch-of-vista/69972.htm

No prices noted except for the round Sony.

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Yup, your whole house will be wired.....

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....(or wireless, I should say) before too long. Your fridge, your TV, your lights, everything can be connected.

As far as Vista goes, we are aiming at next summer to replace our older PC (purchased in 2000), by which time the first Vista service pack should be out.

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here's what $50m and MS gates can do

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I think you are smart to hold off on vista, needs a lot field testing, it might look like swiss cheese by next year.

virtual tour:

You are your own tour guide inside the Gates estate. Simply click on the active areas of the image or use the text links below to navigate.

and separate article:

THE HOUSE THAT BILL GATES BUILT


off topic: we miss you in ny but do not bring your winter friends if you visit<g>. also I replied to your post about one of yours that was deleted. I saw it before deletion and thought nothing of it, seemed innocuous. I sorta ranted but please do not take it personally, it was a general not specific reply.

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here is a pix

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