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Elonex ONE Laptop Review

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I was in Birmingham today for my nephew's first birthday, just after lunch I nipped out to visit the Education Show which was running on the other side of town in the National Exhibition Centre.

The purpose of my visit was to see the Elonex One which was launched on Wednesday. I had emailed in advance to check they were OK with me bringing along an XO and an Asus EeePC.

Not only were they OK with it, they were delighted to see the other Linux based laptops I had brought and took loads of photos of the three little friends. Apparently Walter Bender had flown over to visit them the day before, but curiously my XO was the first that they had seen, I guess Walter didn't bring one with him.

On the stand they had the One in pink, white, grey and black, I had a play with the pink One.

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