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|Saturday, December 02, 2000, updated at 11:06(GMT+8)|
New Tiny HP Desktop PC on Show in ShanghaiHewlett-Packard (HP), one of the largest international computer manufacturers, unveiled a new, small personal computer in the city Friday, December 1.
The tiny personal computer, dubbed as "e-pc," is roughly the size of a dictionary, or one-fourth the size of the average desktop computer and weighs 3.8 kg, but has all the functions of the latter.
Compared with conventional personal computers, the e-pc works consumes less power and costs less in maintenance, according to an official from the China HP Co., Ltd.
A HP factory in the Jinqiao Processing Zone in Shanghai has began assembling the product, the HP official said.
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