The ultimate gadget - a notebook computer with a built in digital and video camera - is set to debut this month.
The Windows based system from Sony, will initially only be available in Japan, according to industry sources. It will come loaded with Sony developed software that will let consumers manipulate images and include animation. The images can be added to email messages on screen.
Sony like its rivals is racing to combine as many technologies as possible into a single, small box. This is just another example, maintain analysts.
The 1.1 kilogram system is powered by Intel?s 233MHz Pentium MMX processor and ships with a 3.2Gbyte hard drive, plus 64Mbytes of Dram. Pricing for the system is expected to be below $2,000.
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