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Epson releases another Mickey Mouse PC

Continuing its fine tradition of Pooh-painted notebook PCs, Epson has released a series of desultory limited-edition Disney-themed machines in Japan, which will no doubt have some nerds really animated.

There are six versions available, three using the B5-sized Endeavor NA101 White Edition as a base and three using the A4-sized Endeavor NT2850 White Edition. To make them a bit more glossy, there are only 100 machines available for each of the three characters.

The NA101 has a 1,024x768 (XGA) resolution 12.1in screen and runs with a Celeron M 423 (1.06GHz) CPU and Intel 945GMS Express chipset. Memory is 512MB, the HDD is 40GB and the price is ¥160,000 (about £750).

The NT2850 comes with an XGA 15in screen, a Celeron M 380 (1.6GHz) CPU and the SiS M661MX chipset. Memory is 512MB, and the HDD is a slightly bigger 60GB. Yours for around ¥105,000 (£490).

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