These guys have modded a Sony VAIO UX490N UMPC into a device that can do almost everything. It's been amped up technologically, too; the original Core 2 Solo processor has been replaced by a more powerful Intel Core 2 Duo U7700 1.33GHz processor and overclocked to 1.438GHz; a 128GB RunCore Pro IV SSD replaced the original 48GB SSD, and the Intel 3945ABG WiFi card has been swapped for a wireless-N capable Intel 4965AGN card. If that wasn't enough for you, this modded VAIO is loaded with four operating systems: Windows 7 Ultimate, Windows Vista Business, Windows XP Pro and Mac OS X Leopard 10.5.7 -- just in case you can't make a decision.
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