A whole year after Apricot-Mitsubishi pre-announced its slim notebook at the Cebit trade show in Germany, the company has decided to release the product here in the UK.
The Apricot-Mitsubishi AL700, however, is expected to cost #2,800 here in the UK, a high price point for many users.
The machine includes Intel's mobile Pentium solution, 48Mbytes of Dram, a 3.2Gbytes hard drive, a 20-speed CD-Rom and a 56Kbps modem, the company said.
Six months ago, senior Apricot executives said it would be "some time" before UK users could have the benefit of the technology.
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