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    i know there are a lot of computer geeks on this forum ^_^
    i was wondering if you could help me out with something..
    im trying to decipher what notebook/netbook this is :

    here are a few pics->

    http://www.traktorworld.com/forum/at...5&d=1207328942

    http://www.traktorworld.com/forum/at...3&d=1207328879

    http://www.traktorworld.com/forum/at...4&d=1207328929

    *im obviously not talking about the IBM thinkpad, but the one to the right of it.. silver, no touchpad, running windows media player... *

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    I don't think that's a laptop. It looks like a USB monitor, but it's got the power cord looking thing on it and stuff.

    I will look around, but I think it might actually be a small tablet computer?
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    thats exactly what i assumed, then after a closer look it had some dedicated buttons on the side of the screen, something you dont usually see on separate monitors.

    bumppp.

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    Most monitors actually have buttons on them for things like brightness, contrast, and power. <.<

    And I have /never/ seen a laptop wish a VGA port on the monitor.

    That being said, it could be a slate/tablet pc?
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    when i said dedicated buttons, i was thinking the buttons were media buttons.. play, pause, mail, internet..

    i didnt notice your location was Maryland? what part do you live round?

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    Just south of BWI alongish rt 170
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    oh, cool. i live a little south west of you. do you gig often?

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    Heh. I've got a weekly radio show at UMBC (where I go to school), but that's about as far out of the bedroom as I get. If there's a goth/industrial scene in my area, I've yet to find it.
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    looks like in all in one type computer of some sort, i was thinking it is something like this, expect older cause not as thin.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/ImageG...Home%20Premium
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    @Charo: Yeah, that's def. a probability. I've been seeing a lot of those types of computers recently.
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