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IBM Corp today launches the PowerPC-based AIX notebook computer developed - and assembled - for it by Tadpole Technology Plc, of Cambridge, UK. The machine is to be launched as the RS/6000 N40, and will be available from March 25 at $12,000. It weighs about 6 lbs 14 oz and includes Tadpole's Nomadic Computing Environment, but runs for only about 45 minutes on the internal batteries, although an external battery pack is also avaialable.
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